REACH project supports EUROMED Conference 2018

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CatturaThe 7th edition of the International Conference on Digital Heritage will host hundreds of excellent oral and poster presentations, as well as workshops and demonstrations from academia and industry, reflecting the wide scope of the work of the main actors in the area of cultural heritage. Contributions are expected by policy makers, professionals, students and delegates from more than 60 countries.
The common goal is to focus on interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary research on tangible and intangible Cultural Heritage, the use of cutting edge technologies for the protection, preservation, conservation, massive digitalisation and visualization/presentation of the Cultural Heritage content.
REACH project supports EUROMED 2018 because of the essential rule played by digitization for the promotion of participatory approaches to culture.
REACH is already coordinating its activity with other main players in the sector as VIMM project and Photoconsortium, both, directly involved in the support of the conference too. As in the past they will keep cooperating and promoting future initiatives in line with this upcoming one and support the use of new technologies for increasing the awareness and participation of people to the enhancement of the European cultural heritage.
Read more about Euromed 2018 at http://www.digitalmeetsculture.net/article/7th-euromed-2018-conference-progress-in-cultural-heritage-e-documentation-preservation-and-protection/
 

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