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OJOO minigames hackathon

OJOO consists of an app to play games, and a Design Studio to create games, even without any technical skills or knowledge! If you know how to type text and upload a picture, you’re all set. And once you have … Continue reading


NEoN Digital Arts Festival 2016: The Spaces We’re In

Physical urban space and virtual information space are inseparably intertwined. How does being digital change our sense of our spatial surroundings? Can we play in or animate the hybrid or glitched spaces in-between? Is there negative space in cyberspace? NEoN … Continue reading


Hack the Brain Prague

“Hack the Brain Prague” is a hackathon designed for people whose interests center either on the worlds of science or of art or have an interest in both, with an emphasis on connecting creative people and giving them the chance … Continue reading


EuroMed 2016: one of the milestone events on Cultural Heritage research

The European Mediterranean Conferences (EuroMed) is a biannual event organized by Digital Heritage Research Lab of Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) and has become a regular worldwide milestone on Cultural Heritage interdisciplinary research. EuroMed Conference is focused on conservation, massive … Continue reading


World Day for Audiovisual Heritage: let’s celebrate!

On 27 October 2016 we will celebrate the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage (WDAVH), sponsored by UNESCO and organized by the CCAAA (Co-ordinating Council of Audiovisual Archives Associations), of which ICA (International Council on Archives) is a member. The World Day … Continue reading


ACM TVX Conference for online video and user experience – Call for Papers!

Hosted at Sound and Vision (NISV) location in Hilversum, ACM TVX is the leading international conference for research into online video, TV interaction and user experience. It is a multi-disciplinary conference and we welcome submissions in a broad range of topics. … Continue reading


Paul, the robot who can draw like a human artist

From Digital Trends online magazine. UK artist Patrick Tresset has eventually turned to robotics, creating a computational system that is “artistic, expressive, and obsessive” in its ability to draw, and more than just a copy machine, Tresset’s robots are designed … Continue reading


Call for Papers open until 21 November for the GUIDE conference on distance learning

This conference will be jointly organized by Guide Association and University of Phoenix (Central Florida) and aims to promote discussions about the current status and next evolutions of distance learning. Particular attention will be given to the new pedagogical approaches to … Continue reading


Upcycle Digital Heritage – workshop in Derry

Over the past decades much effort has gone into the digitisation of our rich and varied cultural heritage, producing vast amounts of high quality digital data, ranging from images, video, sound and 3D. However, this valuable resource is not being … Continue reading


Rijksstudio Award now open / deadline 15 January 2017

The Rijksstudio Award design competition is now open for entry! Be inspired by the Rijksmuseum’s collection and create your own personal masterpiece. Anyone can take part and all art forms are allowed. The Rijksmuseum will be awarding the Rijksstudio Award … Continue reading