meSch at Digital Heritage 2015: What to expect
From the 28th of September to the 2nd of October Digital Heritage 2015 will take place. This year ‘the largest international scientific event on digital heritage’ will be held in Granada, Spain. We will participate in a couple of sessions and are looking forward to meet you there!
Want to meet meSch at Digital Heritage 2015? You’ll find us here:
Digital Heritage Expo, Section 3, Finding Ways into the Past
Sept 28th – Oct 1st, 10-19:00
427 – Daniela Petrelli, Mark T. Marshall, Elena Not, Massimo Zancanaro, Dario Cavada, Adriano Venturini, Thomas Kubitza and Martin Risseeuw Sheffield Hallam University, UK; Fondazione Bruno Kessler; eCTRL Solutions, Italy; University of Stuttgart, Germany; Waag Society, Netherlands meSch – Material Encounters with Digital Cultural Heritage
W 171 – TAG Cloud International Workshop: Engaging and governing in the Cultural Heritage services
Tuesday September 29, 10:00 – 11:00
SESSION 2: Challenges of new technologies in Cultural Heritage
Chair: Dr Michael Gerhard (GeoMobile)
Dr Euridice Georganteli; the Barber Institute: Perspectives of an archaeologist towards emerging technologies. (15 mins).
The vision of the Europeana EAGLE network project (speaker to be confirmed). (15 mins).
The challenges of MeSch Project. (speaker to be confirmed). (15 mins).
Dr Maria Roussou (to be confirmed). The results and experience of The CHESS project’s extensive participatory design work with users (e.g., museum professionals), and the challenges of the virtual reality (15 mins).
W 429 – DigitalHeritage 2015: Behind the Expo
Tuesday, September 29 • 10:00 – 11:00
Morning (10:00 – 13:00)
10:00 – 12:00 Presentations (15 min each)
427 – Daniela Petrelli, Mark T. Marshall, Elena Not, Massimo Zancanaro, Dario Cavada, Adriano Venturini, Thomas Kubitza and Martin Risseeuw; meSch: Implementing the Internet of Things for Cultural Heritage
T2 Poster Session
Tuesday, September 29 • 17:00 – 19:00
208 – Paloma Diaz, Andrea Bellucci and Ignacio Aedo presenting:
Enabling Social Interaction in the Museum Through the Social Display Environment
Full paper session T5 FP 12 Reconstruction and Interactive Presentation of Artworks
Thursday, October 1 • 17:00 – 19:00
120 – Merel van der Vaart and Areti Damala presenting the paper:
Through the Loupe: Visitor Engagement with a Primarily Text-based Handheld Augmented Reality Tool
We’re looking forward to seeing you at Digital Heritage 2015!