Notre Dame is still alive!

The monuments, such as Parthenon, or Notre Dame, are preserved as far as we preserve the information, the knowledge, the feeling, and the cultural bond of the community of citizens who created them. Digital technologies, documentation, digitization, narration, conceptualisation is a key element in this purpose.

Dealing With Abuse Inside Virtual Reality

Image Source: Tumisu on Pixabay Virtual Reality is a powerful and intimate technology. Because of this, considerations must be made by developers to mitigate any abuse or bullying inside VR platforms. In a VR world, the experience of embodying your avatar is much more...

Best Mobile App Development Tools For Latest Industry

The mobile app industry is brewing at a speed faster than ever before. As a result, every business is coming up with its own customized app to retain mobile customers. Irrespective of the size and type, apps are running efficiently with suitable performance, according to the users need.

Is it AI or a Circus Automaton? Alter 3 conducted “Scary Beauty“, a German debut performance with the Japanese Philharmonic Düsseldorf and Keiichiro Shibuya (piano)

Image credit: Monika Ritterhaus, tanzhaus nrw Here comes another example of humanoid robotics: Alter 3. Jointly developed by laboratories studying artificial life at Osaka University and the University of Tokyo, Alter is powered by a neural network. Uniquely, the...

12 World-Class Museums You Can Visit Online

While it’s hard to beat the experience of seeing a seminal piece of fine art or important historical artifact with your own two eyes, one could easily spend a lifetime traveling the world in search of all of them. Fortunately, the digital age has made it...

Content is what matters 

Image information: The National Museum of Korea offers an application for viewers to have a enjoyable museum viewing Exhibit contents using augmented reality (AR), experiential animation, video, etc. The Korean government has been paying keen attention to the VR...

Team Mobi demos new AR capabilities

By Michel'le DonnellyLast night saw Team Mobi take to the stage and pitch at the NSW Business Chamber Networking Night held at the Westin in Sydney.The event is famous for its high energy ’60 Second Spotlight’ which proves both an efficient way to get business chamber...

Marie-Antoinette’s hamlet in VR

Let yourself be dragged into the world of Louis XIV and visit the beauty of the Versailles palace, where you can discover freshly-renewed Marie-Antoinette’s Hamlet, now also available as virtual reality created by Stéphane Agullo and his team with the use of photogrammetry.

Exploring New Horizons – Call open for iPRES 2019

iPRES is the premier international conference on the preservation and long term management of digital materials. The 16th International Conference on Digital Preservation will be held on September 16-20, 2019 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The conference will bring...

Where next for virtual reality art?

The first consumer version of the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset – a display device for viewing and navigating computer-generated, or ‘virtual’, environments – was released in the spring of 2016. That summer, I had my first virtual reality (VR) experience. I knew...

Vermeer Goes VR

Recently, I saw one of the greatest exhibitions of all time: all 36 of the extant paintings by Johannes Vermeers all gathered in one place -- including the celebrated Girl with a Pearl Earring  -- in one exhibition.  And all I had to do was download the Google Arts...

Trickeye 3D Museum in Seoul

Forget about ordinary 3D exhibits in the museum! With Trick Eye Museum’s very own Augmented Reality Technology (AR:T) implemented onto the installations, you can be immersed with the thrilling sound, lights and other effects that create realistic illusions.

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