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WORKING GROUP 7.2 – TRAINING, LEARNING AND DISSEMINATION

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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

Brighton opens virtual reality lab to theatre companies

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A new immersive lab has opened in Brighton which will enable theatre companies to experiment with virtual reality technology.

This is the second immersive lab to be opened by Digital Catapult, which supports innovation in technology, following the launch of a London facility earlier this year.

2017-3 CEF Call for Europeana and virtual Info Day on 12 September

The Commission has launched a call to support user-oriented projects for Europeana with one or both of the following objectives: to provide tools for end users to highlight, share or enrich material accessible through Europeana, such as tools to list personal favourites, share discoveries on social media, upload personal memorabilia or enrich descriptions; to produce […]

The European Heritage Alliance 3.3

        The European Heritage Alliance 3.3 is an informal European sectoral platform composed of more than 40 European or international networks and organisations active in the wider field of cultural heritage. The Alliance was launched in June 2011 on occasion of the European Heritage Congress 2011 organised by Europa Nostra in Amsterdam. […]

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