Announcing upcoming project for capacity building in 3D digitization

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EUreka3D is a project funded by the Digital Europe Programme of the European Union, to support the digital transformation of the cultural heritage sector, by offering capacity building and training, and new services, to Cultural Heritage Institutions facing the challenge of advancing in the digitization effort, especially in 3D.

The project was briefly presented to colleague institutions, partners and Europeana aggregators, by the Project Coordinator Antonella Fresa, vice president of Photoconsortium.

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