DigiArt results were presented in the local TV channel TV100 of Thessaloniki. The researcher of CERTH Lefteris Anastasovitis had the opportunity to discuss about the future of VR technologies in the field of Archaeology with two commentators that was viewed by a broad area of 1M people.
DigiArt results were presented for the 2nd time in the Researchers Night (REN) at 28th of September 2018 in the yearly EU festival that allows the public to get to know the life and work of researchers. More than 5000 people visited our DigiArt booth in the Thessaloniki Concert Hall and played with the developed […]
DigiArt results were successfully presented in Thessaloniki International Fair 2018 which is held every September for the last 83 years. The audience regards many stakeholders in the field of Policy making such as Public authorities including Ministers and Local government, scientists from various fields, and the public. The booth of DigiArt allowed to be […]
Digiart virtual tours and authoring tool were presented to 25 secondary school teachers from all Europe during the Play-Create-Learn summer school in Athens : http://play-create-learn.ea.gr/ Title of speech: Immersive virtual environments for effective promotion of knowledge in education and cultural heritage Leyteris Anastasovitis, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Greece Organized by Ellinogermaniki agogi school.
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 […]