The fourth general assembly meeting took place at CERTH facilities in Thessaloniki and in Aigai museum facilities in Vergina. Apart from the usual project coordination-communication activities, the first footage from the aerial scanning of the Palace of Phillip II was presented, and the first version of the game for the Scladina Cave was demonstrated.
DigiArt, un projet innovant destiné à rendre virtuellement accessible le patrimoine culturel et doté d’un budget européen de 2,3 millions d’euros. Des universités, des sociétés privées et des musées ont uni leurs forces afin de développer une nouvelle façon de présenter les objets du patrimoine culturel en 3D grâce à la réalité virtuelle. Le projet […]
CERTH and Spiros Nikolopoulos had the opportunity to disseminate DigiArt and raise awareness for its goals and objectives in the ICT-2015 event (http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/ict2015-innovate-connect-transform-lisbon-20-22-october-2015) that took place in Lisbon, Portugal. This is the biggest ICT event organized by the European Commission and attracted more than 7000 attendants. During the event we had the opportunity to cluster […]
Dimitrios Ververidis, Spiros Nikolopoulos, and Ioannis Kompatsiaris recently presented a paper last week at the Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality in Japan entitled: “Transforming your website to an augmented reality view” If you are interested in the software, please follow the link below http://arexporter.mklab.iti.gr
Spiros Nikolopoulos and Dimitrios Ververidis from Center for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH) have visited the area of Aigai in Vergina, Greece, to inspect the requirements for the respective use case. The partial restoration of the Palace of Aigai that was build during the Reign of Philip II (359 – 336 B.C.) takes place and […]