Topic: virtual reality

Powerless Structures, Fig 101

A beautiful new sculpture which is set to change the way digital media communicates and connects with traditional art forms was recently unveiled on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square in central London. Continue reading


Digital horizons for archaeology and research

Indiana Jones is required to learn informatics or he can retire. Technological innovations are so advanced and so many that archaeologists and historians enjoy a brand new range of tools for the research of territories and relieves, and also for sharing their results with new and appealing formats. Continue reading


Tennis + digital technologies: tie-break!

The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum in London has just reopened, and features a spectacular cinematic experience. The Museum’s use of digital media is changing the way we recollect and delve into the past. Continue reading


Norway: exploring new paths for ancient books

Having already digitized its precious collection of ancient books, the Gunnerus Library of Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in cooperation with the National Library of Norway is launching a project to explore new digital tools for a deeper interaction with digitized documents. Continue reading