For the Sensor City Light Night, LJMU set up a demonstration of the updated Virtual Anthropology Museum, for visitors to engage with and evaluate. For this, the Virtual Anthropology Museum was demonstrated on a custom-built VR-ready PC, with an i7 quad core processor, 64GB RAM, and an NVIDIA GTX 1080 with 8GB RAM. Additionally, an […]
DigiArt met in Nice for its consortium meeting and technical workshop, as guests of CNRS – University of Nice Sophia Antipolis. Along with technical demonstrations of DigiArt’s research into virtual reality experiences for cultural heritage, and scanning technology, the consortium invited guest speakers to present their fascinating work.
DigiArt consortium members CNRS, are developing a content based 3D shape retrieval system for non-expert users and low cost sensors. The National Center for Scientific Research is one of the largest research institutions in the world. Internationally recognized for the excellence of its scientific work, the CNRS is a reference in the world of research and […]
DigiArt and it’s consortium members will be meeting at the University Nice Sophia Antipolis on the 11th and 12th of April 2018, holding a two day workshop showcasing the research and work they have undertaken during this exciting project. The workshop will include: • 3D for cultural heritage (non-academic, museums curators, visualization, virtualization) • 3D […]
DigiArt were kindly invited for a special evening event at the World Museum in Liverpool. The virtual museum game was showcased with the attendees enjoying learning about anthropology and the lives of people, and how they lived in the past. On a busy night, it was a valuable opportunity to get feedback on the virtual […]
The DigiArt consortium met in Gloucester, in southern England, to discuss the development progress made on this exciting project. Hosted by consortium member VulcanUAV, the visitors enjoyed a tour of the drone manufacturers facilities, as well as reviewing all the progress made on the virtual tours, and storytelling engine being developed for cultural heritage sites […]
This virtual museum is currently being developed by the Research Centre in Evolutionary Anthropology and Palaeoecology (RCEAP) in collaboration with DigiArt. The museum is a showcase of the work by anthropologists at LJMU on skeletal material housed in their university collections. Because we don’t have an exhibition space, the virtual museum allows you, the public, […]
Staff and Researchers at LJMU working together with the Fab Lab have been testing methods to 3D Print models faster, hoping in the near future to allow museums and archaeological sites to recreate artefacts for their visitors, from assets used in the virtual museums and games developed during the DigiArt project.