Category: TA2 – Directions
A special Augmented Reality browser was developed within EUCEMET project.
This mobile app provides additional information on the screen as a user walks around. So, helping a user to get somewhere and learn something on the way was the main reason why ARtour mobile app was born and created.
ARtour is a platform that allows you to create your own mobile guides, or use already created guides from other users. It is useful as a personal trip planner with navigation, or an easy way to create a mobile guide for tourist organisations.
Are your digital files ready for long-term preservation? Following the successful workshops organised in Stockholm, Berlin and Padua, the PREFORMA project invites all the members of the digital preservation community to attend...Read More
Surf Coast Shire and Deakin University are collaborating to offer an opportunity for a three year PhD research project to be undertaken. Immersive reality technologies, including Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Mixed Reality, have advanced significantly in recent years and the core focus of the research will be to explore the use of these technologies and its role to enhance the visitor experience in the Surf Coast Shire.Read More
Domus Aurea’s archaeological restoration site reopen enhanced by a new and innovative multimedia experience aimed to improve the scientific value of the site, focusing on new technologies as immersive virtual reality and video narration (the latest technologies as Video Mapping and Virtual Reality).Read More