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Monday, September 28 • 10:00 - Friday, October 2 •19:00
Digital Heritage Expo

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DigitalHeritage Expo, at its second edition, is the largest exhibition on Digital Heritage ever organised. Spread over more than 1000 sqm of space, the exhibition is divided into 8 sections: Interpreting our past, Preserving and disseminating heritage in danger, Finding the way into the past, Acquiring and reproducing heritage, Experiencing the past, Immersing in the past, Digital Libraries, Videos and Stereo Computer animations. In each section, presented projects try to solve most important issues in the field of Cultural Heritage and Digital Technologies.

Supported by BMTA’s Archeovirtual and Arqueologica 2.0, the Expo is hosted in the great location of the Science Park Museum in Granada from the 28th of September until the 2nd of October 2015. Best exhibitions proposals will not only be accessible for hundreds of participants of the DigitalHeritage2015 International Congress, but will also for the visitors of the museum.

Visitors to the exhibition travel through time and space, reaching diverse countries from around the world, covering an historical timespan of over 5000 years, the exhibitions lets visitors explore archaeological sites and monuments, get immersed in architectural astonishing environments and playing with historical virtual worlds, listen to stories from our past, interact with a wide range of devices, and finally to re-connect “digital” with “heritage”.

Organized by the University of Granada, SEAV (Spanish Society for Virtual Archaeology) and by CNR ITABC (Italian National Research Council, Institute of Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage), in cooperation with Science Park Museum. Supported by 
Archeovirtual and Arqueologica and Sponsored by 
Barco, Council of the Alhambra and the Generalife, Andalusian Ministry of Economy and Knowledge, Iberia, IEEE Computer Society Spanish Chapter, Eurographics, VSMM, Department of Software System of the University of Granada, Free Software Office of University of Granada, Technical School on Informatics and Telecommunication Engineer of the University of Granada, Autodesk, Viajes El Corte Inglés, Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.

Section 1: Inpterpreting our Past

80 - Rocio Ruiz-Rodarte
Tecnólogico de Monterrey, Campus Estado de México. Mexico
The Mayan City of Calakmul : Interactive Showcases

315 - Jongwook Lee, Jihyung Lee, Jae Woo Kim, Kyung-Kyu Kang and Man Hee Lee
Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI). Korea
Korean Traditional Architectures Simulations

330 - Daniel Pletinckx, Dries Nollet and Carlotta Capurro
Visual Dimension. Belgium
Virtual Museum

393 - Pedro Cano, Manuel García, Juan Carlos Torres, Francisco Lamolda and Silvia Perez
University of Granada, Virtum Graphics S.L., Council of Alhambra and Generalife. Spain
Fountain of the Lions (Alhambra): Interactive Showcase

Section 2: Preserving and Disseminating Heritage in Danger

173 - Nikos Grammalidis and Kosmas Dimitropoulos
CERTH-ITI, Greece; CNRS, UPMC, France
Intangible Treasures

175 - Jana Rodic and Marko Todorovic
Historical Museum of Serbia; Military Museum; Ministry of Culture; LiveViewStudi. Serbia
Serbia 1914

289 - Fathi Saleh, Mohammad Nabil and Nessma Sameer
Bibliotheca Alexandrina, CULTNAT Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage. Egypt
The Wall of Knowledge

Section 3: Finding the Way into the Past

174 - Davide Pantile, Matteo Ventrella and Antonio Mazzeo
ETT S.p.A. Italy
Multimedia Museum Supports (Interactive Showcase & Mobile App and BLE Beacon)
427 - Daniela Petrelli, Mark T. Marshall, Elena Not, Massimo Zancanaro, Dario Cavada, Adriano Venturini, Thomas Kubitza and Martin Risseeuw
Sheffield Hallam University, UK; Fondazione Bruno Kessler; eCTRL Solutions, Italy; University of Stuttgart, Germany; Waag Society, Netherlands
meSch - Material Encounters with Digital Cultural Heritage

Section 4: Acquiring and Reproducing Heritage

176 - Daniele Calisi, Francesca Giannone, Claudia Ventura, Paolo Salonia, Fabio Cottefoglie and Vittorio Amos Ziparo
Algorithmica Srl; ICOMOS; ITABC CNR. Italy
ARIS Indoor Robots

177 - Ashley Richter, Mike Hess and Vid Petrovic
Open Access Antiquarianism Organization. USA

330 - Daniel Pletinckx, Dries Nollet and Carlotta Capurro
Visual Dimension, Belgium; CNR ITABC, Italy
VIRTEX - VIRtual Experience

211 - Pedro Santos, Martin Ritz, Reimar Tausch, Hendrik Schmedt, Rafael Monroy Rodriguez, Constanze Fuhrmann, Matevz Domajnko, Martin Knuth and Dieter Fellner
Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD; TU Darmstadt, Germany; Institut für ComputerGraphik & Wissensvisualisierung, TU Graz, Austria

Section 5: Experiencing the Past

284 - Bruno Fanini and Enzo D'Annibale

430 - Antonella Guidazzoli, Maria Chiara Liguori, Daniele De Luca, Silvano Imboden, Giovanni Bellavia, Luigi Verri, Alessandro Rivalta and Simona Caraceni
CINECA VisitLab. Italy
Etruscan VR Experience

428 - Lev Ledit, Martin Porocnik, Claudia Kogler, Barbara Lippe and Magdalena Novak
GamegestaltA. Austria
Papermint: A Cultural Heritage Site

181 - Eva Pietroni, Claudio Rufa, Massimiliano Forlani, Augusto Palombini, Marco Di Ioia, Daniele Ferdani and Raffaele Carlani
Tiber Valley VR Museum

350 - Claudio Rufa, Massimiliano Forlani, Eva Pietroni, Francesco Antinucci and Leonardo Rescic
Protect the Walls

Section 6: Immersion in the Past

215 - Violette Abergel, Renato Saleri, Hervé Lequay and Livio De Luca
CNRS, UMR 3495 MAP. France

236 - Copper Giloth and Jonathan Tanant
University of Massachusetts. USA
The Labyrinthe of Versailles from 3D desktop to the Oculus Rift

500 - Magoga Pinas Azpitarte
El Ranchito, Empty, VR Zero, Cirugia Grafica. Spain
Living the Oppidum - Vivir en el Opida

Section 7: Digital Libraries

309 - Alejandro Rodríguez Aguilera and Alejandro León
Virtual Reality Lab, University of Granada. Spain
Smartphone-based Interaction

 375 - Marco Cappellini
Centrica Srl. Italy
Uffizi Touch® Cloud for Education

501 - Joan Andreu Sánchez, Enrique Vidal, Günter Mühlberger, Basilis Gatos, Philip Schofield, Katrien Depuydt, Silvia Arango-Docio
Universitat Politècnica de València, SPAIN; University of Innsbruck – UIBK, AUSTRIA; National Center for Scientific Research “Demokritos”, GREECE; University College London, , University London Computer Centre, UK; Institute for Dutch Lexicology, NETHERLAND.

502 - Europeana Foundation and Europeana partners and contributors
Europeana Foundation

Section 8: Videos

330 - Daniel Pletinckx, Dries Nollet and Carlotta Capurro
V-Must.net partners
Keys to Virtual Museums
426 - Francesco Gabellone, Ivan Ferrari, Francesco Giuri and Maria Chiffi
IBAM CNR, Archeomatica Srl. Italy
Egyptian Museum in Turin
430 - Antonella Guidazzoli, Maria Chiara Liguori, Daniele De Luca, Silvano Imboden, Giovanni Bellavia, Luigi Verri, Alessandro Rivalta and Simona Caraceni
Etruscan Virtual Experience Video

500 - Magoga PinasAzpitarte
El Ranchito, Sopa de Sobre, Museo Arqueologico National, Empty. Spain
Animating History. Animation Styles and Techniques of the Audiovisuals for the National Archeological Museum

432 - Stefan Lindgren, Daniele Ferdani, Anne-Marie Leander Touati and Emanuel Demetrescu
Lund University, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History of Lund. Sweden
3D Movie of the House of Caecilius Iucundus in Pompeii

425 - Francesco Gabellone, Ivan Ferrari and Maria Teresa Giannotta
CNR IBAM, Lecce, MiBAC - Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici della Puglia. Italy
Marta Racconta

Monday September 28, 2015 10:00 - Friday October 2, 2015 19:00 CEST
Parque de las Ciencias - Pabellón Leonardo da Vinci Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

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