How can we document analogue media technologies? What role can digital technologies – like 3D and 360-degree photography – play in preserving media heritage? Tim van der Heijden discusses these questions while reflecting on the CRAFTED-DEMA dataset recently published on Europeana.eu.
In support of the Twin It! 3D for Europe’s culture campaign, Jon Beck, manager of Scan the World, tells us how 3D scanning and printing technologies can help in democratising access to culture, reaching more diverse audiences and teaching and learning about cultural heritage.
3D technologies offer opportunities to broaden access to culture, preserve Europe’s shared cultural heritage and spur creativity and innovation. As part of the EuropeanaTech community’s new Pro series, and in support of the ‘Twin It! 3D for Europe’s culture’ campaign, Greg Markus tells us about the developments taking place in the field of 3D and heritage acoustics.
Accelerating 3D in the common European data space for cultural heritage. The Europeana conference under the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the EU will be held in Pamplona (invite only) and online (open to the public).
Under Twin it!, the Ministries of Culture of the European Union Member States are invited to liaise with their national cultural institutions to submit one 3D digitised heritage asset to the common European data space for cultural heritage, deployed by the Europeana Initiative.