OpenGLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museum) is an initiative coordinated by Open Knowledge that is committed to building a global cultural commons for everyone to use, access and enjoy.Read More
Realities lets you explore a growing library of interesting and mesmerizing places from all around the globe in virtual reality that are explorable in photorealistic quality.Read More
People can inadvertently destroy cultural heritage for a second time when cleaning up conflict sites after a war ends, according to archaeologist Dr Margarete van Ess, who says that databases and education are the best basis for safeguarding sites for the future.Read More
Cyprus University of Technology to establish UNESCO Chair in Digital Cultural Heritage / Cultural Informatics
The Cyprus University of Technology has been invited by UNESCO to join its prestigious universities network and establish the first ever UNESCO Chair in Digital Cultural Heritage / Cultural Informatics – MNEMOSYNERead More
A PhD student from Staffordshire University is using mixed reality technology to bring museums to...Read More
CyArk uses laser scanning, digital modeling and other state-of-the-art technologies to create extremely detailed 3D models of everything from the Tower of London to the faces on Mount Rushmore.Read More
To say it’s a PC sandbox-building, AI-driven MMO where people play with Art, developed by people who really love architecture and abstract characters… would be a bit of a mouthful.
We could have named it ‘World of curation craft’, or ‘Clash of artistically and architecturally curious people’ but we chose Occupy White Walls.
OWW for short.
Little L, interactive exhibition about the Australian polar dinosaur – Immerse into the world of dinosaurs using VR equipment
Visitors of the show can use a special headset and virtual air brush to color their own 3D-printed dinosaur. The direct transmission onto the big screen allows them to not only observe but also co-create the exhibit, while photographs of their creations are shared through social networks.
An interesting paper about “Tuner’s Apothecary Mood-o-Meter” (http://turner.pem.org/) was presented at Museums and the Web 2015 (https://mw2015.museumsandtheweb.com/bow/turners-apothecary-mood-o-meter/)....Read More
Over the last 16 years, the Wikimedia movement has accomplished a great deal. Volunteers have written more than 46 million articles across nearly 300 languages. Each month, Wikimedia sites are accessed by more than 1.4 billion unique devices. And more than 200,000 volunteers contribute to Wikimedia sites every month.Read More