Topic: software and tools

50s in Europe Kaleidoscope (2018-2020)

“50s in Europe Kaleidoscope” is a new project led by KU Leuven and including a mix of technology partners, universities and content providers. The aim of the project is to use state-of-the-art technologies to improve the user experience in engaging … Continue reading


Euromed 2018 registrations are now open

The EuroMed2018 registration is online and it is mandatory for ALL the participants: https://euromed2018.eu/index.php/registration Moreover, it is a real success that in total 537 papers have been submitted and reviewed for the EuroMed2018 conference. The 97 accepted papers are already … Continue reading


Digital Arts Services Symposium 2019

The question of how the arts will thrive in an increasingly digital world transcends conventional borders. ArtsPond is pleased to announce the vision of the second Digital Arts Services Symposium 2019 (DASSAN19) in Toronto, Canada. With a theme of “All … Continue reading


Beijing Media Art Biennale (BMAB) 2019: “Post Life”

The 2nd Beijing Media Art Biennale (BMAB) in 2018 is running September 5 to 24 at CAFA Art Museum. BMAB is funded by China National Art Fund, organized by China Academy of Fine Arts and co-sponsored by the CAFA School … Continue reading


DigiFest, a festival highlighting the use of technology to preserve and explore the past

ENGINE SHED announces festival showcasing digital innovation in the heritage sector: Scotland’s dedicated building conservation centre will host programme highlighting the use of ground-breaking technology to preserve and explore the past. DigiFest will also incorporate two-day international conference featuring high-profile … Continue reading


Computer Vision Conference (CVC) 2019

The Computer Vision Conference builds on previous SAI conferences and aims to become a major point of contact between researchers, academic faculty, students, engineers and practitioners on the areas of Machine Vision, Image Processing, Data Science and Pattern Recognition, both from theoretical … Continue reading


Augmented Reality makes street art come to life

South Florida-based artist Luis Valle, who has spraypainted murals across Miami, is a part of a project called “Augmented Reality.” Using an app, Mussa, viewers can have an augmented reality experience and view a 3D model of his artworks. Luis … Continue reading


Call For Papers: 8th e-AGE Conference Technically Co-Sponsored by IEEE

The 8th International Platform on Integrating Arab e-Infrastructure in a Global Environment (e-AGE18) is a premier forum to present and discuss advances in e-Infrastructure technology and research. e-AGE18 will be held in Amman – Jordan during 2-3 December 2018 under the patronage of HE Dr. Adel Tweissi, … Continue reading


Special Issue On: Development of e-Infrastructures – Call for Papers

International Journal of Advanced Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (IJAPUC) Special Issue On: Development of e-Infrastructures Submission Due Date: 19th February 2019 Guest Editors Salem Al-Agtash, German Jordanian University, Jordan Dale Smith, University of Oregon, United States of America Elisabetta Zuanelli, … Continue reading


Cupid comes to life and gets out of Rubens’ painting

In a waiting room decorated with paintings by Rubens, a Cupid from the painting The Feast of Venus (1636) decided to have a good time randoming in the room. Continue reading