focuses on emerging and future documentation needs such as those in data modelling, semantics and data acquisition.

Working Groups:

WORKING GROUP 3.1 – TYPES OF VIRTUAL ENTITITES

WORKING GROUP 3.2 – DOCUMENTING 3D-OBJECTS AND VIRTUAL/DIGITAL EXHIBITIONS

WORKING GROUP 3.3 – AUTOMATIC INFORMATION EXTRACTION: WHO AND HOW? (BEST PRACTICE EXAMPLES)

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Turn your Instagram pictures into a virtual museum with Instamuseum

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Tour your own photos in the Louvre museum or an art gallery. With Instamuseum you’ll create your own 3D gallery in just minutes. You can share it with your friends and explore it in VR!

U of C digital 3D capture project takes heritage site preservation to the next level

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A project out of the University of Calgary is capturing Alberta heritage sites in a way that educates residents about their importance, but also provides a blueprint for comparing damage over time.

It’s called reality capture technology and it can also provide insight into Alberta’s history, a seasoned U of C archaeologist says.

New tech to offer virtual talks with Holocaust survivors

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“New Dimensions in Testimony” is an exhibit designated for future generations to be able to learn about the Holocaust from survivors even after the last of them passes away

The Israel Museum Unveils the Greatest Escape Room in Israel

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The Israel Museum is free for children Tuesdays and Saturdays and every day during August. This is just part of a comprehensive summer program in the museum that includes an exhibition for the whole family about Cats and Dogs, a huge Escape Room that takes place across the entire Museum campus, Guided Tours for the whole family and plenty more.

Design & Create your 3D virtual exhibitions

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Artsteps is a a web-based environment that allows its members to create virtual art galleries in lifelike 3D spaces. It is an application for artists, art organizations and art enthusiasts to model actual or virtual exhibitions by designing realistic 3-dimensional room complexes. Virtual exhibitions may include 2-dimensional artifacts (e.g. paintings, photos and posters), 3-dimensional artifacts (e.g. sculptures or small installations) and streaming videos.

 

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