The Virtual Museum Academy is organized by V-Must (Network of Excellency for Virtual Museum, FP7 EU funded project), in cooperation with Imperial Fora Museum under the umbrella of events organized for “Keys to Rome. The City of Augustus” (http://www.keys2rome.eu/). The Virtual Museum Academy is a series of workshops and public presentations aiming to provide the cultural heritage operators with an overview of the technologies that can be used in museums and exhibitions in order to create a new and personalized visitor experiences.
Italian Virtual Heritage School: Virtual Archaeology 2014
The 6TH ITALIAN SCHOOL OF VIRTUAL ARCHAEOLGY will be organised by CNR ITABC and CNR ISTI, in cooperation with CINECA and University of Padova, and will be hosted by “Parco della Valle dei Templi” in Agrigento (http://www.parcodeitempli.net/). The school originates from the "Virtual Archaeology" national school, organized in 2009-2011 by CNR ITABC and University of Padova.
International Virtual Heritage School 2013
ROME 2.0. I Seminar of musealization and 3D documentation of Roman cities and villas.
Few periods in the history of humanity arouse much interest among citizens and researchers such as those referring to the classical world. The Antiquity has been among the years a source of curiosity and inspiration for a number of societies, that feel an immense repository of cultural heritage, whose material expression is represented by a vast and rich archaeological heritage. The relative abundance in spain of archaeological parks and open air museums dedicated to the Roman world seems to confirm this idea. But this heritage requires constant care and attention.
Italian Virtual Heritage School: Virtual Archaeology
The 5TH ITALIAN SCHOOL OF VIRTUAL ARCHAEOLGY will be organised by CNR ITABC and CNR ISTI, in cooperation with CINECA and University of Padova, and will be hosted by CNR-ISTI in Pisa. The school originates from the "Virtual Archaeology" national school, organized in 2009-2011 by CNR ITABC and University of Padova.
South-east European Virtual heritage School: Digital Storytelling for Virtual Museums
V-MUST.NET is the largest European Network of Excellence dedicated to Virtual Museums (www.v-must.net). Part of its actitivities are focused on training and mobility. The V-MUST training program aims to create qualified professionals with mixed expertise in Cultural Heritage, Information and Communication Technologies and Natural Sciences. It is addressed to post-graduate and Ph.D. students, to young researchers and professionals who are already employed in a specific sector.
Swedish Virtual Heritage School 2013
The Swedish Virtual Heritage School is mainly focused on the key factors for the successful design of a virtual museum. During the course several lecturers from different research areas analyse and present different aspects of this topic, providing a complete overview of the subject: design and usability, the use of storytelling techniques, virtual reality, augmented reality, 3D modelling etc.
Period: from June 10th to June 14th 2013.
Duration: 5 days.
Language: English (material in English).
Cyprus Virtual Heritage School 2013
The workshop focuses on advanced technologies applied to Cultural Heritage (CH) research, in particular digital data acquisition (photogrammetry, laser scanning and Structure‐from‐Motion), the use of open‐source software for data post‐processing, metadata standards, knowledge repositories and creative industries.
International Virtual Heritage School 2012
The 1ST INTERNATIONAL VIRTUAL HERITAGE SCHOOL: virtual museums, communication and digitisation, organised by leading European institutions in the field of Virtual Heritage and Virtual Museums (V-MUST.NET) in cooperation with the main worldwide organisation on conservation and restoration (ICCROM), involved participants in interactive laboratories on Virtual Museums and Virtual Heritage. It was held from the 12th to the 17th of NOVEMBER 2012 in P