Brighton, UK, 19-21 November 2012
Use inspired scientific advances in heritage
Linking our history to the future:Teramo meets V-MUST.NET
Digital and video games, which can be traced back to the very early days of digital computers in the 1950s, have rapidly become a major form of entertainment, pop culture and artistic expression, and have even contributed to other sectors, e.g. with serious games, through discipline-specific methods. Supported by a flourishing industry, academic research and dedicated players, they are now largely recognised as a valuable part of our cultural heritage.
SIGGRAPH Asia 2011 will allow you to see, meet, and interact with the international computer graphics community in the heart of Asia. The thought-provoking conference programs are designed to stir your imagination, explore new ideas in innovative ways, interactively engage viewers in discovery, and stimulate collaborations between the industry and academia. Program details will be available online from August 2011. Join us this December in Hong Kong! A short paper on Computer Graphics movie "Discovering Bologna with Apa" by CINECA will be presented during the event.
Digital Strategies for Heritage (DISH) 2011 Rotterdam, Netherlands (December 6-8, 2011) V-MusT.net plans to be present at this conference, both at the preconference activities (Dec 6) and at the conference itself with a Digital Heritage Award session (Dec 7). More info > www.dish2011.nl
ArcheoVirtual, Paestum (November 17-20, 2011) Conference and Exhibit organized within the Mediterranean Expo of Archaeological Tourism. During this event, organised by CNR ITABC -Virtual Heritage Unit, a space dedicated to Virtual Archaeology and to best worldwide project.
More info > www.archeovirtual.it
III International Meeting on Graphic Archaeology and Informatics, Cultural Heritage and Innovation ARQUEOLÓGICA 2.0, will take place in La Rinconada, Seville, Spain, from 22th to 24th June, 2011. V-MusT.net will be present in several ways at this excellent conference. On June 21, the second House of Questions meeting will further define the key questions about Virtual Museums that V-MusT.net will focus on. On June 23, the first Thematic Cluster meeting will show museum experts the success factors of Digital Museum Objects.
POCOS Symposium 16-17th June 2011, King's College London, London, UK. The aim of the POCOS project is to deliver a series of three symposia at locations across the United Kingdom at which global thought-leaders in research into the Preservation of Complex Objects will share and thereby extend the body of knowledge on this topic.