“The Digital Masterpiece” by S. Kenderdine

From “Buddhas in 3-D: Technology and the battle to preserve Asia’s heritage”, to The spectacular, warped beauty of Mumbai’s elaborate interiors

Sarah Kenderdine and her team, continues to contribute to the Digital Cultural Heritage (DCH) intrpretation landscape, with the use of high-end Mixed Reality technology and the best practices in visitor’s experience, from 2013 till today.

State-of-the-art projects, begging with Pure Land and the virtual “transpotation” of the Mogao Grottoes at Dunhuang (China) by simulating Cave 220 (see image) and implementing amazing AR instalations inside the virtual cave.

A delightful brief presentation can be found here.
Following 2013 project, the team presents the ongoing additions and the general vision of how CH must be “served” to museum visitors.

A video of this DCH journey, from 2013 until 2016, can be found here.