Topic: history & archaeology

EUreka3D presented at CS3 2024 Conference at CERN (Geneva, CH)

On the 13th of March 2024 the CERN, prestigious intergovernmental organisation that operates the largest particle physics laboratory in the world, hosted CS3 2024 Cloud Storage Synchronization and Sharing Conference as part of CERN’s TechWeek on Storage and Data Technologies. Dr. Michał Orzechowski from Academic Computer Centre … Continue reading


Vlachs ‘Open days’ program of activities taking place in the area of the Upper Vjosa valley

Article and images courtesy of Eglantina Serjani (CeRPHAAL) The Upper Vjosa valley, in southeast Albania, for many centuries has been a ‘transhumance route’ used by the Vlach communities. Vlach are a historic people who speak a language that derives from … Continue reading


INCULTUM graveyard trails design launched in Waterford graveyard

A QR code based trail was launched on the 23rd July to celebrate the Pattern Day for St Declan in Ardmore, West Waterford, Ireland. A design process run through the INCULTUM Pilot resulted in an A7 sized brochure with 8 … Continue reading


New visitors’ leaflets launched in the pilot area of the Upper Vjosa valley

Article and images courtesy of Eglantina Serjani (CeRPHAAL) In April 2023, INCULTUM partner CeRPHAAL in Albania launched new visitor leaflets about the cultural heritage assets of the Upper Vjosa valley. CeRPHAAL is coordinating pilot 8, Vjosa the shared river, aiming … Continue reading


INCULTUM Albania pilot latest activities to support cultural tourism in the Upper Vjosa valley

Article and images courtesy of Eglantina Serjani (CeRPHAAL) Activity 1 – New visitors’ leaflets launched in the pilot area of the Upper Vjosa valley In April 2023, INCULTUM partner CeRPHAAL in Albania launched new visitor leaflets about the cultural heritage … Continue reading


Reconstructing a Vlach dwelling hut – the ‘kalive’, with interiors

Article and images courtesy of Eglantina Serjani (CeRPHAAL) The INCULTUM partner CeRPHAAL in Albania has identified the cultural heritage of the Vlach minority as the main product of their project’s innovative actions. This initiative aimed at recording, revitalizing and promoting … Continue reading


INCULTUM Training session with heritage specialists in the Municipality of Përmet

Article and images courtesy of Eglantina Serjani (CeRPHAAL) On May 23rd 2023, CeRPHAAL organized a training session with cultural heritage specialists at the Municipality of Përmet, the administrative centre in the pilot area in the Upper Vjosa valley, Albania. The … Continue reading


Mixed reality educational game in the Rogatec Open-Air Museum

Text and media by Rok Kremžar, Pro Virtuala Digitalisation of cultural heritage has been a growing trend in recent years, allowing museums and other institutions to share their collections with a wider audience. One of the latest innovations in this … Continue reading


Using AI to monitor historic towns and landscapes: #Connecting Archaeology

This webinar explores some of the ways that artificial intelligence is being used with aerial and satellite imagery to monitor landscapes. Three speakers will give short presentations after which there will be time for questions and discussion. “AI and satellite … Continue reading


Using Vocabularies and Linked data: #ConnectingArchaeology webinar

This webinar explores some of the ways that cultural heritage institutions can use controlled vocabularies and Linked Data to improve the discoverability of their content in Europeana. Three speakers will give short presentations after which there will be time for … Continue reading