“Digital, virtual and analogue, here at the museum – coming here to engage with the objects themselves – do not exclude each other, they help each other,” said British Museum Director Hartwig Fischer.Read More
Virtual Reality (VR) has taken a prominent place over the past few years redefining the way we are experiencing the things that we see. Technological innovations continue to impact the digital marketing sphere, and one of the most exciting tools to enter the landscape is virtual reality. Although the use of VR in digital marketing hasn’t gone mainstream yet, some brands are experimenting with this technology to create engaging and more personalised experiences for their customers.Read More
The project BeWeB-3D deals with specific paper-made objects:
movable or pop-up books. It aims at designing a computer-made model
of 19th century paper-engineered objects, which facilitates interaction.
Contrary to ordinary books these objects contain what you could call
In partnership with Google, the Railways has undertaken an elaborate crowd-sourcing exercise to create a digital repository of its rich heritage and provide passengers a free virtual tour.Read More
The first implementation of Google’s ARCore has been launched on the Pixel 2 device and it...Read More
Historically, citizens have turned to museums to provide stewardship over our shared public heritage and provide expert interpretations and opinions on artifacts, but today the traditional institutional authority is changing.Read More
The movie Loving Vincent, Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman / 2017 / 94 min / English /
The world’s first fully oil painted feature film brings the paintings of Vincent van Gogh to life to tell his remarkable story.
Digital art, or new media art, is situated at the intersection of art, technology and science. Although one might think that digital art is a relatively new phenomena, Andy Warhole already created digital art using a Commodore Amiga back in 1985.Read More
What if you could play with landmarks instead of just touring them? Nexto is turning audio guides into games to make sightseeing more interactive. Launching today as part of TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin‘s Battlefield competition, Nexto is partnering with tourist destinations to help them attract more visitors and earn more money to fund culture.Read More
Découverte en 1991, cette caverne immergée dans les calanques de Marseille abrite de superbes peintures préhistoriques. Les relevés numériques pourront être mis à disposition des scientifiques et du grand public.Read More