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MAT. IMPRESO

Título Digital applications for cultural and heritage institutions / edited by James Hemsley, Vito Cappellini and Gerd Stanke

Publicación Aldershot : Ashgate, 2005
Ubicación Signatura Tipo de préstamo Estado Notas
 B.Huesca.Cc.Humanas/Educación-Depósito  BEM/351.85 DIG HEM    PRÉSTAMO LARGO  DISPONIBLE
Descripción física xxiii, 305 p. : il. ; 24 cm
Nota "This book contains just a small selection from over 1,000 papers at EVA Conferences in the period 2000 to 2003, updated where possible"
Bibliografía Bibliogr. e índice
Resumen: Electronic imaging and digital applications have brought numerous benefits for museums, galleries, archives and other organizations in the arts, culture and heritage sectors. Bringing together leading international practitioners from different disciplines, the EVA (Electronic Imaging and the Visual Arts) conferences help those working in the field to gain the most from developments in multimedia technology. This accessible volume collects recent papers from EVA conferences, covering case studies from the worlds greatest institutions, as well as from some of the smallest and most innovative. Topics covered include virtual reconstruction of destroyed buildings, digital image archiving, 2D and 3D digitization projects, website evaluation, virtual archaeology, handheld interactive visitor support, exploiting digital cultural heritage and electronic aids for non-speaking people, as well as summaries of international research and technology development. The volume presents in convenient form the wealth of experience of a great variety of international specialists, allowing readers to further enhance the visitor experience of their collections
Introduction and International Overview. Part I: Strategic Developments: DigiCULT: unlocking the value of the cultural heritage sector, Andrea M. Mulrenin; Culture as a driving force for research and technology development, J. Taylor, J.-A. Beraldin, G. Godin, R. Baribeau, L. Cournoyer, P. Boulanger, M. Rioux and J. Domey; The information society and technology (IST) in Russian culture: strategic review and new initiatives, Nadezda V. Brakker and Leonid A. Kujbyshev. Part 2: Cooperative Projects: ARCHTERRA: an EU project to promote cultural cooperation among Eastern and Western European archaeological communities, Nuccia Negroni Catacchio, Laura Guidetti, Giovanni Meloni and Maurizio Camnasio; CHIMER - a cultural heritage application for 3G environment developed by European children, Romana Krizova; The German-Japanese project for virtual reconstruction of two valuable destroyed buildings, Anne Griepentrog, Alfred Iwainsky and Jan Jordan. Part 3: Recreating and Preserving the Past: Historical buildings in 3D: from cathedral to synagogue and Jewish quarter, Ing. Falk Krebs and Edgar Brück; Image-based object reconstruction and visualization for inventory of cultural heritage, Jana Visnovcova, Armin Gruen and Li Zhang; A virtual open air museum in three dimensions in Latria, Edvins Snore; The virtual Dead Sea Scrolls and the electronic art garden, Susan Hazan; The production of conservation facsimiles: the tomb of Seti I, Adam Lowe. Part 4: Digital Archiving: Digital image picture archives: Theory and practice in Switzerland, Rudolf Gschwind, Lukas Rosenthaler, Roger Schnider, Franziska Frey and Jeanette Frey; Museum and archive softward for the BMW corporate archives, Wolfgang Kaufmann; The ICCD catalogue's general information system: A tool for knowledge, preservation and valorization of national cultural heritage, Maria Luisa Polichetti. Part 5: Design, Retrieval and Protection: The Cleveland special exhibitions tool - an elegant solution to a common requirement, Ben Rubinstein and Holly Witchey; PROMETHEUS: the distributed digital image archive for research and academic teaching, Sigrid Ruby and Ute Verstegen; The heritage illustrated thesaurus: an online resource for monument identification (HITITE), Phil Carlisle; An approach to adding value while recording historic gardens and landscapes (VALHALLA), John Counsell; Copyright protection and exploitation of digital cultural heritage, Dimitrios K. Tsolis, George K. Tsolis, Emmanouil G. Karatzas, Dimitrios A. Koutsomitropoulos and Theodore S. Papatheodorou; Protection of intellectual property: a must in digital content exploitation, Jean Barda and Claude Rollin. Part 6: Special Needs: On-line access to cultural and educational resources for disabled people: an international challenge, Marcus Weisen; Web access to cultural heritage for the disabled, Jonathan P. Bowen; Accessible internet applications: principles and guidelines, Beate Schulte and Ulrike Peter; Evaluating websites for accessibility, Brigitte Bornemann-Jeske; Breaking down barriers - electronic aids for non-speaking people, Jochen Scherer. Part 7: Interactive Realities and Future Possibilities; New media art and the contemporary museum environment: a case study based on the NMPFT's award winning gallery, Malcolm Ferris; MUSEUMNET: reactivity - a new application metaphor, Alessandro Mecocci; Design of a handheld interactive support for museum visitors, C. Ciavarella and F. Paternò; The impact on haptic 'touching' technology on cultural applications, Stephen Brewster; The Gulliver project: performers and visitors, Anton Nijholt. Part 8: Conclusions and Future Trends, James Hemsley, Vito Cappellini and Gerd Stanke; Index
Materia Museología
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Arte y tecnología
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Museos -- Aspectos educativos
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Patrimonio histórico -- Conservación y restauración
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Patrimonio cultural
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Descriptores Imaging systems
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Autor secundario Hemsley, James
Cappellini, Vito
Stanke, Gerd
ISBN 0754633594 (alk. paper)