improves understanding of new ways of taking into account the state-of the-art in cloud computing, smart technologies and big data management in order to enable discovery for Virtual Museums of European digital content which was previously inaccessible, buried among huge amounts of data and/or not sufficiently tagged with adequate metadata.

 

Working Groups:

WORKING GROUP 6.1 – FLOWCHART OF THE DIGITALIZATION PROCESS

WORKING GROUP 6.2 – HANDLING 3D-DATA AND METADATA OF THE DIGITIZED ENTITIES

WORKING GROUP 6.3 – PROSPECTS FROM COOPERATION

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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

Archaeology with Consumer Drones

The European project DigiArt, a consortium of seven organizations, is researching technology to: find efficient, low cost workflows to survey and digitally preserve archaeological sites, and bring history closer to the public in innovative ways. In May, 2016, Pix4D and DigiArt partners Vulcan UAV, John Moores University, and GeoSense evaluated the drone mapping process by […]

Machine learning meets photogrammetry

Machine-learning point cloud classification With Pix4Dmapper 4.0 you get machine-learning tools for photogrammetry applications in your hands. It allows you to classify 3D point clouds into categories like buildings, roads or vegetation. Read more

The ‘time machine’ reconstructing ancient Venice’s social networks

Machine-learning project will analyse 1,000 years of maps and manuscripts from the floating city’s golden age. Nature magazine covers DHLAB’s Venice Time Machine in a 4 page article : Link to article   Video:

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