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- It will allow users to consult all collections at once with the use of keywords in their own language.
The vocabulary has been completed in 12 languages and consists of over 500 concepts in three facets –photographic technique, photographic practice and keywords – that are structured in a multifaceted, hierarchical way. Discussions are on-going with other projects, in particular Linked Heritage, for improvement and further development of the EuropeanaPhotography Vocabulary, that can be a starting point for other valuable multilingual tools to enrich digitization activities (both for photography and for other cultural heritage). Continue reading →
- Chasen Sino-Sin's complete 3D digitisation services of cultural heritage relics and museums.
As digital technology evolves, 3D data is increasingly preferred as a method of preserving cultural heritage artifacts. It provides an easy way to get in touch with them and significantly reduces the need for physical storage space, offering to museums a portable and accessible platform to exchange information and to researchers the possibility to easily browse and review the materials. Continue reading →
from dr. Marinos Ioannides, Permanent Academic and Research Staff at Cyprus University of Technology, Advisor to the Director General at Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs Cyprus, Chairman of the National Committee for the Digitalisation and e-Preservation at Ministry of Education and Culture Cyprus. An interesting project that intends to provide e-Documentation of the UNESCO World Heritage listed monuments in Cyprus. Continue reading
The Girona City Council, through the Centre for Image Research and Diffusion (CRDI, abbreviated in Catalan) and with the collaboration of the Cinema Museum, celebrated once more the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage with several activities: The virtual exhibition “Girona … Continue reading
The all-multimedia exhibition uses the anaglyph technology (bi-color glasses) to let visitors have a 3D experience of the main Etruscan archeological sites, accurately reconstructed after the original sites. Continue reading