identifies and assesses emerging technical issues, innovations and tools which can improve the ‘digital encounter’ and help establish the main technical ‘pipelines’ for Virtual Museums different, adapted ways to bridge the physical and the digital world depending on the user location.
VINS, a business start-up supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, uses the potential of georeferenced data acquisition, 3D modeling and virtual reality to offer its customers innovative solutions. VINS provides industry-specific software solutions and algorithms for innovative sensor concepts. VINS is developing the VINS-Forst inspection system for the forestry industry. The […]
SMI Sets New Standard With Eye Tracking Glasses at 120 Hz SMI’s Eye Tracking Glasses now operate binocular at a native 120 Hz sampling rate across the entire trackable field of view. This allows for low latency synchronization with motion capture, virtual reality and other data streams. In this video, leading researchers from around the […]
Free online tool for a scientific documentation of decissions made at virtual reconstructions… Contribute your virtual reconstructed work! Read more…
The user benefits and disadvantages of the new Copyright Directive’s effects on nine different issue areas are analysed on the website Communia. Museums and other cultural heritage institutions are deemed to benefit from the new directive when it comes to serving their users online. Read more…
The application window for Horizon 2020 funding programme will close on 14 March 2019. Two funding strands are of special interest to the museum sector. 1.Collaborative approaches to cultural heritage for social cohesion Apply by clicking here and find more information below. “While a key mission of the cultural heritage sector is to provide inclusive access, […]