Topic: 3D imaging & simulation

3D exhibition: the mysterious Liao Dynasty of Inner Mongolia

For the first time in Singapore, China’s archaeological findings unveil the mysterious tomb of the Liao Dynasty in the Tu Er Ji Mountains. This significant discovery represents the Khitans’ influence and prominence in Inner Mongolia. Embark on an exciting journey through a 3D digital exhibition of cultural relis back to the past and discover the wonderful culture and history of one of the most important lost dynasties in Chinese History: the Liao Dynasty. Continue reading


PARALLAX 2012: Stereoscopic Video Art Festival

Parallax 2012: Call for Participation | Deadline November 04, 2012 Stereoscopic Video Art Festival Venue: 30. 11. 2012 – 2. 12. 2012. Lucerna Theatre, Prague We invite artists and producers to submit their works (feature films, short films, videos, commercials) … Continue reading


Of Sketchbooks and Virtual Reality

“Building virtual environments as an art activity promotes a complex opportunity to investigate the dynamics of perception and communication.” Margaret Dolinsky has been working with virtual environments since 1995, creating interactive art experiences that have been exhibited internationally including China, Japan and Austria. Interview by US correspondents James and Maria Huntley. Continue reading


Imaging Lab, operative unit of the Foundation CCR “La Venaria Reale”

According to the most advanced guidelines, the CCR Center operates through a multidisciplinary and integrated approach in order to organize restoration laboratories for the conservation of cultural heritage. The aim is to provide consistent and coordinated activities for the monitoring, prevention, maintenance and restoration; and to promote wider access and enjoyment of cultural heritage. Continue reading


Reshaping History – A Future for our Past

Some of the world’s most famous museums, housing our most precious cultural treasures, are at the cutting edge of 3D technology innovation. This exhibition travels the world to bring you the latest in scientific innovation in the heritage sector. Come and see how this is helping us re-discover the hidden secrets of our past. Continue reading


Etruscans in Europe, a travelling multimedia exhibition

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


A Scientific Portal for French Virtual Archaeology

From Prehistory to the Middle Ages, history and the lives of men in times past are presented by the most accomplished of specialists, in a presentation accessible to everyone. The collection is edited by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication and it is going to be enriched regularly. Continue reading


Re-discovering Vrouw Maria: virtual reality simulation

The Vrouw Maria was a 18th century Dutch vessel, headed for Saint-Petersburg, that sank in Finnish waters. The shipwreck had been studied in many national and international projects: now, an interactive, virtual reality simulation has been created for an exhibition at the Maritime Museum of Finland. Continue reading


TransISTor 2012

TransISTor focuses on the new technologies employed in the production and post-production of feature films, documentaries and experimental media creations, training European audiovisual professionals through a series of cross-disciplinary workshops. Since 2005 CIANT has promoted TransISTor training initiative (TransISTor2011 is … Continue reading


The Art of Video Games @ Smithsonian

The Smithsonian American Art Museum hosts a very special exhibition, to explore the forty-year evolution of video games as an artistic medium, with a focus on striking visual effects and the creative use of new technologies. The exhibition features some of the most influential artists and designers during five eras of game technology. Continue reading