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Monday, September 28
 

08:00

Registration
Monday September 28, 2015 08:00 - 18:00
Parque de las Ciencias  Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

08:30

Tu 107 - Recent Trends in ... (I)
Recent Trends in Automation of 3D Laser Scan Processing for Digital Heritage Applications
Andreas Nüchter, Dorit Borrmann and Hamidreza Houshiar

Documentation of heritage buildings and archaeological excavation sites with conventional methods and tools such as hand drawings, measuring tape and archaeological notes is time consuming. In such a situation, 3D technology, such as 3D laser scanning helps, as it highly reliably gages and digitized environments. But, even with the current 3D technologies a wide category of heritage scenarios, as natural and built structures located underground or under dense vegetation, would need long and expensive surveys in addition to long post-processing procedures. 3D mobile technologies, which have been demonstrated to be effective in 3D mapping, are not usable in such conditions for the lack of the positioning information given by the satellite coverage.

The tutorial introduces recent trends in robotics, mobile mapping and advances in post-processing the data, such that a higher degree of automation is achieved. The main objectives are:
  • Discussing the automation of 3D scan acquisition for digital heritage applications.
  • Understanding the hardware and sensor issues one has to deal with.
  • Getting to know a framework that allows the direct digitization of the archaeological sites with 3D laser scanner and generation of digital documentation of the excavation process.
  • Presenting examples of robotic mapping for full 3D color model generation of cultural heritage sites.

Outline
The tutorial consists of presentations, software demonstrations and software trials dealing with:
  • Robots for gaging and digitizing digital heritage and archaeological sites
  • Calibration, i.e., finding the extrinsic orientation of all sensors, and sensor co-calibration
  • Automated registration of 3D laser scanning data: robotic mapping methods like SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping) and SFM (structure from motion)
  • Automatic coloring of point clouds with data from RGB cameras
  • Post-processing the data automatically, such as mesh generation, viewing and inspection of 3D data
  • CASTLE3D - A Computer aided system for labeling archaeological excavations in 3D
  • On-site semantic mapping and measuring of archaeological findings
  • Geo-referencing and digital documentation
  • Archaeological database for documentation and reasoning
  • Segmentation and CAD-model generation of findings
  • Roadmap and future trends in robotics and computer science

Moderators
avatar for Dorit Borrmann

Dorit Borrmann

PhD Student, Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg
avatar for Hamidreza Houshiar

Hamidreza Houshiar

PhD Student, Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg

Monday September 28, 2015 08:30 - 10:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Sagan Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

08:30

Tu 160 - Digital Field Recording ... (I)
Digital Field Recording in the 4th Dimension: ArchField C++ and OpenDig
Neil Smith and Matthew Vincent

This tutorial will provide the key software tools to enable any archaeologist to begin integrating digitial field recording methodologies into their excavations. It will focus on helping the attendants install, setup, and use ArchField C++ and OpenDig along with discussing pertinent approaches the presenters are taking to conduct terrestrial and aerial photogrammetry and other new advanced techniques in field recording. ArchField C++ is the latest version of our digital field recording software that enables real-time digital GIS Top Plan production within a rendering engine designed for visualizing massive 3D datasets. ArchField directly connects to Total Stations and our RTK GPS units to record sub-centimeter measurements for artifacts, scanning markers, loci boundaries, and camera positions. The processing pipeline enables the generation of publishable orthographic and perspective maps from the first day of excavation to the last. As a backend it uses a PostGIS and CouchDB database and the ability to export and import various vector, raster, DEM and 3D datasets. OpenDig is a platform for recording, editing, managing and publishing archaeological field data collected in the field. Through CouchDB, Apache's NoSQL database, OpenDig is able to adopt a flexible data structure which can be easily modified to fit any particular project, whether it is excavation, survey or other cultural heritage management systems. OpenDig is the digital version of the Madaba Plains Field recording methodology and is a powerful tool for any supervisor seeking to document their area’s excavation.

The tutorial will be divided into four main sections with an expected duration of one hour. Since our software is provided freely there will not be any tutorial costs related to this submission.

Outline
  1. Introductions and Sharing of Current Methodologies (20 min.): In this section we will introduce ourselves and give the attendants a background to our +15 years digital field experience in Jordan. We will describe in detail how digital field recording is conducted in our region, its evolutionary history and specific methodologies we have adopted over this period and integrated as core features in the software that we believe are universal. We will then introduce our current software and highlight its potential uses. (During this time attendants will be passing around several usb disks and copying the files to their computers).
  2. Installation and Setup of ArchField and OpenDig (10 min.): This section will be devoted to assisting attendants in installation and setup. The distributed digital folder will include instructions, test datasets, related published works and the software.
  3. Mock Digital Field Excavation Exercise (15 min.): We will conduct a mock run through of a field excavation with the attendants allowing them to test out the software and become familiar with it.
  4. Assessment and Take-Away (15 min.): The mock trials will be assessed by the presenters and the attendants. This time will primarily be open for attendants to discuss specifics of their digital field recording needs with the presenters and how the software may need to be adapted to fully suit them. The authors will address more technical aspects of the software and also discuss their current development pipeline including future directions. Given time permitting, we will discuss how we are integrating SfM recording into our field recording pipeline and how we plan to converge the technologies together.

Moderators
avatar for Matthew Vincent

Matthew Vincent

Researcher, digitalMED, Universidad de Murcia
Archaeologist, Coder, Digital Cultural Heritage Professional

Monday September 28, 2015 08:30 - 10:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Cine3 Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

08:30

Tu 162 - 3DHOP - Presenting Online ... (I)
3DHOP - Presenting Online High-Res 3D Models: A Crash Course
Marco Callieri, Marco Potenziani and Matteo Dellepiane

3DHOP (3D Heritage Online Presenter) is an open‐source tool for the creation of multimedia interactive web‐based online presentations of digital 3D models of Cultural Heritage artifacts. 3DHOP target audience range from the museum curators with some IT experience to  the      experienced Web designers who wants to embed 3D contents in their creations. Based on WebGL, works on almost all platforms, without plugin or a dedicated server, directly inside HTML pages. The tool is capable of streaming multiresolution 3D meshes and point‐clouds over HTTP, supporting the exploration of huge 3D models on commodity computers and standard Internet connections.

Website: http://www.3dhop.net
      
3DHOP has been designed to be easy to use and to learn, and to cover the specific needs of the Cultural Heritage field, where often is necessary to show, on the web platform, high‐resolution 3D models with a simple interface. Released on April 2014, it has already attracted the attention of the CH community; it has been downloaded more than 600 times, and already various institutions are using it in their projects and online webpages.     

The tutorial will present the tool, its components and capabilities. Then, in a show‐and‐tell fashion, we will present and comment simple examples and templates, guiding the      participants through the setup of 3D web visualizations, going from a simple example to      a more complex multiple‐object active‐spots animated 3D‐HTML page.
      
Outline
  • Brief introduction, what is 3DHOP.
  • Using 3DHOP without using 3DHOP: The ARIADNE Visual Media Service.
  • The 3DHOP distribution and how to use it. Local setup / webserver / remote deployment.
  • Minimal example: The basic HTML example and data setup.
  • Prepare your 3D models (simple 3D meshes, multiresolution meshes, multiresolution point-­‐clouds).
  • Simple template: 3D bookmarks.
  • How to setup trackball interaction, parameters and trackball animation.      
  • Simple template: Clickable hotspots.
  • How to setup hotspots.      
  • Advanced Examples.
  • Q&A.

Moderators
avatar for Marco Callieri

Marco Callieri

researcher @ Visual computing Lab, ISTI-CNR, ISTI-CNR
3DHOP Apostle -- Meshlab Cultist
avatar for Matteo Dellepiane

Matteo Dellepiane

Researcher, Visual Computing Laboratory - ISTI - CNR - Italy
ISTI-CNR
avatar for Marco Potenziani

Marco Potenziani

Research Fellow, Visual Computing Laboratory Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione (ISTI) National Research Council (CNR)
My research interests include the following fields of Computer Graphics: Web applications design, 3D interactive visualization, Interface desing, Online rendering of large dataset, Digital archeology. I have been engaged in several research projects (funded by EU and national agencies... Read More →

Monday September 28, 2015 08:30 - 10:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Taller Newton Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

08:30

Tu 163 - Using Lumion ... (I) - CANCELED
Using Lumion for Heritage Visualisations
Jonathan Gration, Douglas Cawthorne and Steffan Davies

For the Digital Heritage 2015 conference we propose a tutorial on using Lumion for various forms of digital heritage visualisations. Lumion is a highly effective, quick and easy piece of software to use for 3D visualisations developed for architectural rendering. What sets it apart from popular alternatives is the low learning curve, the user friendly interface and the very fast rendering speed. These qualities also make it an ideal tool for those researchers starting out in heritage visualisations. In doing this Lumion empowers the researcher and allows the researcher to take full and early control in visualising their work. Depending on the use, academic or commercial, it can also be very affordable. This tutorial is intended for those with little to no experience with Lumion and serves as an introductory course. Participants should be able to create visualisations at the end of the workshop and will be capable of developing their skills further independently.

Outline
  • Introduction to several projects using Lumion: In the introduction several projects will be presented that were created using Lumion. These range from sites reconstructed based on archaeological evidence, to visualisations of lost heritage reconstructed based on archival resources to models that include laser scan data and photogrammetrical elements. During this part of the tutorial participants will be able to upload the necessary data and software for the rest of the session.
  • Preparing models and importing into Lumion:  This section will deal with introducing Lumion’s workspace and the file types it accepts and how to import them. Special requirements with regards to file preparation will also be dealt with at this stage. Participants are encouraged to bring a SketchUp model of their own that they would like to render, but we will provide a model for those that prefer to use one prepared by us.
  • Texturing and using the Library: Once models have been imported they can be textured and rendered. The inbuilt library of textures, environments and artistic effects will be presented and the process of importing custom textures and normal-maps as well as terrain-maps will be discussed. The principle of animating objects will be introduced as well.
  • Rendering and output: Once the process of texturing is complete it is possible to start creating the desired output. We will discuss the three main output formats, 2D Images, Film and Interactive workspace that are provided by the software. Several effects available for images and film renders will also be introduced to the participants.
  • Conclusion: Sources for further information such as the tutorials and the forum will be shared. A dedicated Forum page for Digital Heritage will be set up by the tutorial organisers to enable those attending Digital Heritage 2015 to continue sharing their experiences and projects after the conference as well.

Moderators
avatar for Jonathan Gration

Jonathan Gration

PhD Researcher, De Montfort University
Specialised in Historic Interiors, both as an Art Historian and as a Conservator. My current research explores the way in which digital reconstructions and other 3D techniques can be used to better present and preserve historic interiors in English Heritage properties.

Monday September 28, 2015 08:30 - 10:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Sala Galileo Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

08:30

Tu 165 - Managing Artefacts Information ... (I)
Managing Artefacts Information Using CHISel
J.C. Torres, L. López, C. Romo, P. Cano, A. León, D. Martín

Conventional information systems are frequently used to document Cultural Heritage sites. These systems are adequate for some specific purposes as they can store and retrieve a large amount of heterogeneous documents.

Nevertheless, this is not enough for research and conservation. Researchers need to be able to find out the relationships between data, and very frequently these relationships are spatial relationships that can be established using a 3D representation of the artefact. A new kind of information system is needed to achieve this goal, for which the 3D representation of the object must be theblackboard on which all the data is represented.

This tutorial aims to describes the use of CHISel, a documentation tool that is designed as a GIS-like software for 3D cultural heritage, implementing the concept of a Cultural Heritage Information System (CHIS).

CHISel is an experimental system, it has been designed to evaluate a new concept, and so it has not been programmed as a final product. Nevertheless it has been used for real applications and we hope it can also be useful for you.

Outline
  1. Introduction (30'): Concept of spatial information system. Geometric models. Structuring information using information layers. Types of layers. Indexation method used by CHISel. Resolution. Developing a project.
  2. Working with CHSel (15'): How to import models. Parameter for the indexation method. Model visualization. How to save and load models. Disk file structure for a model.
  3. Creating layers (30'): Deciding the type for the layer. Resolution of the layer. Parameter. How to create a layer. Modifying the structure of existing layers.
  4. Editing layers (20'): Interactive edition of layers. Adding values. Assigning values to the object.
  5. Queering and reporting (20'): Review of the different types of queries: point queries, area query and value query.
  6. Operations (60'): Detailed explanation of purpose and functionality of the most important types of spatial operations,including algebraic operations, creating layer from geometric values (roughness, orientation, curvature), neighbourhood analysis, conversion between numeric and record layers.

Moderators
avatar for Juan Carlos Torres

Juan Carlos Torres

DigitalHERITAGE 2015 Chair and Prof. of Computer Science & Director Virtual Reality Lab, University of Granada

Monday September 28, 2015 08:30 - 10:30
Museo CajaGRANADA - Sala Séneca Avenida de la Ciencia, 2, 18006 Granada

08:30

Tu 25 - Developing a Mixed Reality ... (I)
Developing a Mixed Reality Interactive Application for Cultural Heritage
Giovanni Landi, Federico Fasce and Matteo Ventrella

This full-day tutorial will guide the participants through all the steps needed for the development of a Mixed Reality Application. Emerging hardware and software visualization tools allow new ways of adding value to 3d datas, e.g. using it as key asset for innovative outreach and communication activities. This tutorial will cover all the steps needed to move from a simple 3d reconstruction of an object to an engaging interactive user experience.

The instructors will introduce the participants to the Unity3d render engine and its basic components. The integration and use of external tools like the METAIO sdk for AR, and OCULUS sdk for VR, will be explained. The key concepts of UX design for Augmented and Virtual Reality applications will be analyzed together with basic Gamification and Game Design principles. All participants will need to be equipped with their own medium performance laptop (PC or Mac). All the needed software will be provided (in their free versions) by the instructors. A choice of 3d assets to work with will be also provided, ranging from small objects to bigger 3d meshes.

During the second part of the tutorial participant will be asked to choose between AR and VR for their final application, depending on what kind of 3d material they would like to use and the UX they have in mind after the first part of the tutorial. Participants can also decide to form small groups to share skills and materials to finish their AR/VR project.The final result of the tutorial will be a basic, fully functional AR or VR interactive application.

Please contact via email Federico Fasce (federico.fasce@ettsolutions.com) for instructions about how to prepare for the tutorial.

Monday September 28, 2015 08:30 - 10:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Curie Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

08:30

Tu 99 - Optical Close Range ... (I)
Optical Close Range Measurement Techniques for Cultural Heritage From 3D Data Generation to Analysis – with Hands-on Demonstration
Dirk Rieke-Zapp, Bernd Breuckmann and Vera Moitinho

This tutorial is aimed at novice as well as advanced users and people interested in optical close range metrology systems for collection of 3-dimensional data from cultural heritage objects. The authors will present a short overview of available measurement tools with special emphasis on fringe projection scanners that will be on display for hands-on demonstration in the second part of the tutorial. The three presentations are concerned with an introduction to close range 3-dimensional scanning in cultural heritage from acquisition to analysis of the collected data. Advantages as well as shortcomings of different metrology systems will be highlighted and an outlook towards future hardware and software solutions for faster, more automated scanning and analysis will be presented.


Outline
  • 3D documentation of cultural heritage objects in museums and collections – state-of-the-art and future outlook. Dirk Rieke-Zapp, 20 min. + 10 min. discussion. This presentation will present current state-of-the–art technology of optical close range metrology with special emphasis on fringe projection systems. It will set the stage for the following talk as well as the hands-on part on more detailed concepts and applications. Results from different research projects will be utilized to visualize and compare different techniques and to show developments that may be expected in the near future.
  • Metrology aspects in 3D scanning. Bernd Breuckmann, 20 min. + 10 min. discussion. 3D scanners are mainly used as digitization or measuring device. It is evident that the specifications of a measuring device must be verified at regular intervals, in particular for industrial purposes. However, a lot of users in cultural heritage are not aware of such need or they are not familiar with the corresponding procedures. However for documentation, archiving and any kind of measuring purpose it is essential, that the user is verifying the relevant quality parameters, especially the measuring accuracy.
  • Quantitative analysis of rock cultural heritage objects – from field data acquisition towards analysis and interpretation. Vera Moitinho, 20 min. presentation + 10 min. discussion. The aim of this presentation is to provide meaningful information towards a better comprehension of Cultural Heritage (CH) objects. Different strategies for field data acquisition (3D scanning), processing, description and geometrical analysis are presented, in order to understand to what extent distinct methodological approaches and technical choices determine the analysis and interpretation of CH objects.

Moderators
DR

Dirk Rieke-Zapp

Key Account Manager Arts and Culture / Bodymetrics, Aicon 3D Systems GmbH
Talk to me about optical close range measurement systems for arts and culture or anything you like to talk about.

Monday September 28, 2015 08:30 - 10:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Sala Gutenberg Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

08:30

W 64 - INSIDDE: Integration ... (I)
INSIDDE: Integration of Technological Solutions for Imaging, Detection, and Digitisation of hidden Elements in Artworks
Marta Flórez Igual and Hamdi Dibeklioğlu

This workshop is intended to give an overview about the capabilities of terahertz (THz) waves in the field of cultural heritage and make a comparison with other technologies such as infrared (IR) reflectography or optical coherence tomography (OCT). In this workshop, different cases dealing with 2D and 3D artworks will be presented.

The target audience of this workshop covers a wide range of profiles, from art experts to scientific researchers in different areas. Although an overview of the technologies will be given, speakers will mainly concentrate on the applications in the field of cultural heritage and the requirements to take advantage of the latest developments.

The workshop is also understood as a co-operative environment to foster collaborations between end-users and researchers. Therefore, a close interaction with the attendees is expected during the discussions but also during the presentations. This will limit the number of attendees to 20-25 people.

 Agenda

  • 8:30 – 8:45 Presentation of the Workshop and Introduction to the Project INSIDDE by Ms Marta Flórez Igual (Museo de Bellas Artes de Asturias). Welcome and overview of the project INSIDDE and terahertz technology (basis, the digitisation process, tests and validation, results).
  • 8:45 – 9:15 Automatic Analysis of PaintingTerahertz Images by Dr Hamdi Dibeklioğlu (TU Delft). Algorithms and techniques to analyse THz images but also other data obtained by different means. Focus on non-invasive pigment distinction and brushstroke identification.
  • 9:15 – 9:45 IR Reflectography and Multispectral IR Reflectography by Dr Raffaella Fontana (centro Nazionale delle Ricerche). Description of the technology and equipment needed. Comparison between mono- and multispectral approaches. Underpaintings and underdrawings. Examples.
  • 9:45 – 10:15 Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) applied to cultural heritage by Dr Haida Liang (Nottingham Trent University). Summary of the latest advances and how these can be applied in the field of cultural heritage.
  • 10:15 – 10:30 Discussion on the technologies and techniques.
  • 11:00 – 11:30 Applications of Terahertz Imaging in Conservation of Paintings by Ms Marta Flórez Igual (Museo de Bellas Artes de Asturias). Potential applications: nderdrawings, pigment identification, etc. Preparation of samples, calibration and validation techniques. Examples.
  • 11:30 – 12:00 Applications of Terahertz Imaging in Conservation of 3D Artworks by Ms Irina Yordanova (Regional Historical Museum Stara Zagora). 3D modelling of interiors, content identification and deposit removing. Structured light scanners. Combination of 3D models. Examples.
  • 12:00 – 12:15 Discussion.
  • 12:15 – 12:30 Closure.

Moderators
avatar for Marta Flórez Igual

Marta Flórez Igual

Conservadora-Restauradora, Fine Arts Museum of Asturias

Speakers
avatar for Marta Flórez Igual

Marta Flórez Igual

Conservadora-Restauradora, Fine Arts Museum of Asturias
DR

Dirk Rieke-Zapp

Key Account Manager Arts and Culture / Bodymetrics, Aicon 3D Systems GmbH
Talk to me about optical close range measurement systems for arts and culture or anything you like to talk about.



Monday September 28, 2015 08:30 - 10:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Faraday Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

Digital Heritage Expo
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
Antiquarianism

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
CultLab3D


Section 5: Experiencing the Past

284 - Bruno Fanini and Enzo D'Annibale
CNR ITABC, VHLab. Italy
AiRome

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
CNR ITABC, EVOCA. Italy
Tiber Valley VR Museum

350 - Claudio Rufa, Massimiliano Forlani, Eva Pietroni, Francesco Antinucci and Leonardo Rescic
EVOCA, CNR ITABC. Italy
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
KIVI

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.
TranScriptorium

502 - Europeana Foundation and Europeana partners and contributors
Europeana Foundation
Europeana


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

10:30

Coffee
Monday September 28, 2015 10:30 - 11:00
Parque de las Ciencias  Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:00

Tu 107 - Recent Trends in ... (II)
Recent Trends in Automation of 3D Laser Scan Processing for Digital Heritage Applications
Andreas Nüchter, Dorit Borrmann and Hamidreza Houshiar

Documentation of heritage buildings and archaeological excavation sites with conventional methods and tools such as hand drawings, measuring tape and archaeological notes is time consuming. In such a situation, 3D technology, such as 3D laser scanning helps, as it highly reliably gages and digitized environments. But, even with the current 3D technologies a wide category of heritage scenarios, as natural and built structures located underground or under dense vegetation, would need long and expensive surveys in addition to long post-processing procedures. 3D mobile technologies, which have been demonstrated to be effective in 3D mapping, are not usable in such conditions for the lack of the positioning information given by the satellite coverage.

The tutorial introduces recent trends in robotics, mobile mapping and advances in post-processing the data, such that a higher degree of automation is achieved. The main objectives are:
  • Discussing the automation of 3D scan acquisition for digital heritage applications.
  • Understanding the hardware and sensor issues one has to deal with.
  • Getting to know a framework that allows the direct digitization of the archaeological sites with 3D laser scanner and generation of digital documentation of the excavation process.
  • Presenting examples of robotic mapping for full 3D color model generation of cultural heritage sites.

Outline
The tutorial consists of presentations, software demonstrations and software trials dealing with:
  • Robots for gaging and digitizing digital heritage and archaeological sites
  • Calibration, i.e., finding the extrinsic orientation of all sensors, and sensor co-calibration
  • Automated registration of 3D laser scanning data: robotic mapping methods like SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping) and SFM (structure from motion)
  • Automatic coloring of point clouds with data from RGB cameras
  • Post-processing the data automatically, such as mesh generation, viewing and inspection of 3D data
  • CASTLE3D - A Computer aided system for labeling archaeological excavations in 3D
  • On-site semantic mapping and measuring of archaeological findings
  • Geo-referencing and digital documentation
  • Archaeological database for documentation and reasoning
  • Segmentation and CAD-model generation of findings
  • Roadmap and future trends in robotics and computer science

Moderators
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Dorit Borrmann

PhD Student, Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg
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Hamidreza Houshiar

PhD Student, Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg

Monday September 28, 2015 11:00 - 13:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Sagan Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:00

Tu 160 - Digital Field Recording ... (II)
Digital Field Recording in the 4th Dimension: ArchField C++ and OpenDig
Neil Smith and Matthew Vincent

This tutorial will provide the key software tools to enable any archaeologist to begin integrating digitial field recording methodologies into their excavations. It will focus on helping the attendants install, setup, and use ArchField C++ and OpenDig along with discussing pertinent approaches the presenters are taking to conduct terrestrial and aerial photogrammetry and other new advanced techniques in field recording. ArchField C++ is the latest version of our digital field recording software that enables real-time digital GIS Top Plan production within a rendering engine designed for visualizing massive 3D datasets. ArchField directly connects to Total Stations and our RTK GPS units to record sub-centimeter measurements for artifacts, scanning markers, loci boundaries, and camera positions. The processing pipeline enables the generation of publishable orthographic and perspective maps from the first day of excavation to the last. As a backend it uses a PostGIS and CouchDB database and the ability to export and import various vector, raster, DEM and 3D datasets. OpenDig is a platform for recording, editing, managing and publishing archaeological field data collected in the field. Through CouchDB, Apache's NoSQL database, OpenDig is able to adopt a flexible data structure which can be easily modified to fit any particular project, whether it is excavation, survey or other cultural heritage management systems. OpenDig is the digital version of the Madaba Plains Field recording methodology and is a powerful tool for any supervisor seeking to document their area’s excavation.

The tutorial will be divided into four main sections with an expected duration of one hour. Since our software is provided freely there will not be any tutorial costs related to this submission.

Outline
  1. Introductions and Sharing of Current Methodologies (20 min.): In this section we will introduce ourselves and give the attendants a background to our +15 years digital field experience in Jordan. We will describe in detail how digital field recording is conducted in our region, its evolutionary history and specific methodologies we have adopted over this period and integrated as core features in the software that we believe are universal. We will then introduce our current software and highlight its potential uses. (During this time attendants will be passing around several usb disks and copying the files to their computers).
  2. Installation and Setup of ArchField and OpenDig (10 min.): This section will be devoted to assisting attendants in installation and setup. The distributed digital folder will include instructions, test datasets, related published works and the software.
  3. Mock Digital Field Excavation Exercise (15 min.): We will conduct a mock run through of a field excavation with the attendants allowing them to test out the software and become familiar with it.
  4. Assessment and Take-Away (15 min.): The mock trials will be assessed by the presenters and the attendants. This time will primarily be open for attendants to discuss specifics of their digital field recording needs with the presenters and how the software may need to be adapted to fully suit them. The authors will address more technical aspects of the software and also discuss their current development pipeline including future directions. Given time permitting, we will discuss how we are integrating SfM recording into our field recording pipeline and how we plan to converge the technologies together.

Moderators
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Matthew Vincent

Researcher, digitalMED, Universidad de Murcia
Archaeologist, Coder, Digital Cultural Heritage Professional

Monday September 28, 2015 11:00 - 13:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Cine3 Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:00

Tu 162 - 3DHOP - Presenting Online ... (II)
3DHOP - Presenting Online High-res 3D Models: A Crash Course
Marco Callieri, Marco Potenziani and Matteo Dellepiane

3DHOP (3D Heritage Online Presenter) is an open‐source tool for the creation of multimedia interactive web‐based online presentations of digital 3D models of Cultural Heritage artifacts. 3DHOP target audience range from the museum curators with some IT experience to  the      experienced Web designers who wants to embed 3D contents in their creations. Based on WebGL, works on almost all platforms, without plugin or a dedicated server, directly inside HTML pages. The tool is capable of streaming multiresolution 3D meshes and point‐clouds over HTTP, supporting the exploration of huge 3D models on commodity computers and standard Internet connections.

Website: http://www.3dhop.net
      
3DHOP has been designed to be easy to use and to learn, and to cover the specific needs of the Cultural Heritage field, where often is necessary to show, on the web platform, high‐resolution 3D models with a simple interface. Released on April 2014, it has already attracted the attention of the CH community; it has been downloaded more than 600 times, and already various institutions are using it in their projects and online webpages.     

The tutorial will present the tool, its components and capabilities. Then, in a show‐and‐tell fashion, we will present and comment simple examples and templates, guiding the      participants through the setup of 3D web visualizations, going from a simple example to      a more complex multiple‐object active‐spots animated 3D‐HTML page.
      
Outline
  • Brief introduction, what is 3DHOP.
  • Using 3DHOP without using 3DHOP: The ARIADNE Visual Media Service.
  • The 3DHOP distribution and how to use it. Local setup / webserver / remote deployment.
  • Minimal example: The basic HTML example and data setup.
  • Prepare your 3D models (simple 3D meshes, multiresolution meshes, multiresolution point-­‐clouds).
  • Simple template: 3D bookmarks.
  • How to setup trackball interaction, parameters and trackball animation.      
  • Simple template: Clickable hotspots.
  • How to setup hotspots.      
  • Advanced Examples.
  • Q&A.

Moderators
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Marco Callieri

researcher @ Visual computing Lab, ISTI-CNR, ISTI-CNR
3DHOP Apostle -- Meshlab Cultist
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Matteo Dellepiane

Researcher, Visual Computing Laboratory - ISTI - CNR - Italy
ISTI-CNR
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Marco Potenziani

Research Fellow, Visual Computing Laboratory Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione (ISTI) National Research Council (CNR)
My research interests include the following fields of Computer Graphics: Web applications design, 3D interactive visualization, Interface desing, Online rendering of large dataset, Digital archeology. I have been engaged in several research projects (funded by EU and national agencies... Read More →

Monday September 28, 2015 11:00 - 13:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Taller Newton Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:00

Tu 163 - Using Lumion ... (II) - CANCELED
Using Lumion for Heritage Visualisations
Jonathan Gration, Douglas Cawthorne and Steffan Davies

For the Digital Heritage 2015 conference we propose a tutorial on using Lumion for various forms of digital heritage visualisations. Lumion is a highly effective, quick and easy piece of software to use for 3D visualisations developed for architectural rendering. What sets it apart from popular alternatives is the low learning curve, the user friendly interface and the very fast rendering speed. These qualities also make it an ideal tool for those researchers starting out in heritage visualisations. In doing this Lumion empowers the researcher and allows the researcher to take full and early control in visualising their work. Depending on the use, academic or commercial, it can also be very affordable. This tutorial is intended for those with little to no experience with Lumion and serves as an introductory course. Participants should be able to create visualisations at the end of the workshop and will be capable of developing their skills further independently.

Outline
  • Introduction to several projects using Lumion: In the introduction several projects will be presented that were created using Lumion. These range from sites reconstructed based on archaeological evidence, to visualisations of lost heritage reconstructed based on archival resources to models that include laser scan data and photogrammetrical elements. During this part of the tutorial participants will be able to upload the necessary data and software for the rest of the session.
  • Preparing models and importing into Lumion:  This section will deal with introducing Lumion’s workspace and the file types it accepts and how to import them. Special requirements with regards to file preparation will also be dealt with at this stage. Participants are encouraged to bring a SketchUp model of their own that they would like to render, but we will provide a model for those that prefer to use one prepared by us.
  • Texturing and using the Library: Once models have been imported they can be textured and rendered. The inbuilt library of textures, environments and artistic effects will be presented and the process of importing custom textures and normal-maps as well as terrain-maps will be discussed. The principle of animating objects will be introduced as well.
  • Rendering and output: Once the process of texturing is complete it is possible to start creating the desired output. We will discuss the three main output formats, 2D Images, Film and Interactive workspace that are provided by the software. Several effects available for images and film renders will also be introduced to the participants.
  • Conclusion: Sources for further information such as the tutorials and the forum will be shared. A dedicated Forum page for Digital Heritage will be set up by the tutorial organisers to enable those attending Digital Heritage 2015 to continue sharing their experiences and projects after the conference as well.

Moderators
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Jonathan Gration

PhD Researcher, De Montfort University
Specialised in Historic Interiors, both as an Art Historian and as a Conservator. My current research explores the way in which digital reconstructions and other 3D techniques can be used to better present and preserve historic interiors in English Heritage properties.

Monday September 28, 2015 11:00 - 13:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Sala Galileo Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:00

Tu 165 - Managing Artefacts Information ... (II)
Managing Artefacts Information Using CHISel
J.C. Torres, L. López, C. Romo, P. Cano, A. León, D. Martín

Conventional information systems are frequently used to document Cultural Heritage sites. These systems are adequate for some specific purposes as they can store and retrieve a large amount of heterogeneous documents.

Nevertheless, this is not enough for research and conservation. Researchers need to be able to find out the relationships between data, and very frequently these relationships are spatial relationships that can be established using a 3D representation of the artefact. A new kind of information system is needed to achieve this goal, for which the 3D representation of the object must be theblackboard on which all the data is represented.

This tutorial aims to describes the use of CHISel, a documentation tool that is designed as a GIS-like software for 3D cultural heritage, implementing the concept of a Cultural Heritage Information System (CHIS).

CHISel is an experimental system, it has been designed to evaluate a new concept, and so it has not been programmed as a final product. Nevertheless it has been used for real applications and we hope it can also be useful for you.

Outline
  1. Introduction (30'): Concept of spatial information system. Geometric models. Structuring information using information layers. Types of layers. Indexation method used by CHISel. Resolution. Developing a project.
  2. Working with CHSel (15'): How to import models. Parameter for the indexation method. Model visualization. How to save and load models. Disk file structure for a model.
  3. Creating layers (30'): Deciding the type for the layer. Resolution of the layer. Parameter. How to create a layer. Modifying the structure of existing layers.
  4. Editing layers (20'): Interactive edition of layers. Adding values. Assigning values to the object.
  5. Queering and reporting (20'): Review of the different types of queries: point queries, area query and value query.
  6. Operations (60'): Detailed explanation of purpose and functionality of the most important types of spatial operations,including algebraic operations, creating layer from geometric values (roughness, orientation, curvature), neighbourhood analysis, conversion between numeric and record layers.

Moderators
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Juan Carlos Torres

DigitalHERITAGE 2015 Chair and Prof. of Computer Science & Director Virtual Reality Lab, University of Granada

Monday September 28, 2015 11:00 - 13:00
Museo CajaGRANADA - Sala Séneca Avenida de la Ciencia, 2, 18006 Granada

11:00

Tu 25 - Developing A Mixed Reality ... (II)
Developing A Mixed Reality Interactive Application for Cultural Heritage
Giovanni Landi, Federico Fasce and Matteo Ventrella

This full-day tutorial will guide the participants through all the steps needed for the development of a Mixed Reality Application. Emerging hardware and software visualization tools allow new ways of adding value to 3d datas, e.g. using it as key asset for innovative outreach and communication activities. This tutorial will cover all the steps needed to move from a simple 3d reconstruction of an object to an engaging interactive user experience.

The instructors will introduce the participants to the Unity3d render engine and its basic components. The integration and use of external tools like the METAIO sdk for AR, and OCULUS sdk for VR, will be explained. The key concepts of UX design for Augmented and Virtual Reality applications will be analyzed together with basic Gamification and Game Design principles. All participants will need to be equipped with their own medium performance laptop (PC or Mac). All the needed software will be provided (in their free versions) by the instructors. A choice of 3d assets to work with will be also provided, ranging from small objects to bigger 3d meshes.

During the second part of the tutorial participant will be asked to choose between AR and VR for their final application, depending on what kind of 3d material they would like to use and the UX they have in mind after the first part of the tutorial. Participants can also decide to form small groups to share skills and materials to finish their AR/VR project.The final result of the tutorial will be a basic, fully functional AR or VR interactive application.

Please contact via email Federico Fasce (federico.fasce@ettsolutions.com) for instructions about how to prepare for the tutorial.

Monday September 28, 2015 11:00 - 13:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Curie Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:00

Tu 99 - Optical Close Range ... (II)
Optical Close Range Measurement Techniques for Cultural Heritage From 3D data Generation to Analysis – with Hands-on Demonstration
Dirk Rieke-Zapp, Bernd Breuckmann and Vera Moitinho

This tutorial is aimed at novice as well as advanced users and people interested in optical close range metrology systems for collection of 3-dimensional data from cultural heritage objects. The authors will present a short overview of available measurement tools with special emphasis on fringe projection scanners that will be on display for hands-on demonstration in the second part of the tutorial. The three presentations are concerned with an introduction to close range 3-dimensional scanning in cultural heritage from acquisition to analysis of the collected data. Advantages as well as shortcomings of different metrology systems will be highlighted and an outlook towards future hardware and software solutions for faster, more automated scanning and analysis will be presented.


Outline
  • 3D documentation of cultural heritage objects in museums and collections – state-of-the-art and future outlook. Dirk Rieke-Zapp, 20 min. + 10 min. discussion. This presentation will present current state-of-the–art technology of optical close range metrology with special emphasis on fringe projection systems. It will set the stage for the following talk as well as the hands-on part on more detailed concepts and applications. Results from different research projects will be utilized to visualize and compare different techniques and to show developments that may be expected in the near future.
  • Metrology aspects in 3D scanning. Bernd Breuckmann, 20 min. + 10 min. discussion. 3D scanners are mainly used as digitization or measuring device. It is evident that the specifications of a measuring device must be verified at regular intervals, in particular for industrial purposes. However, a lot of users in cultural heritage are not aware of such need or they are not familiar with the corresponding procedures. However for documentation, archiving and any kind of measuring purpose it is essential, that the user is verifying the relevant quality parameters, especially the measuring accuracy.
  • Quantitative analysis of rock cultural heritage objects – from field data acquisition towards analysis and interpretation. Vera Moitinho, 20 min. presentation + 10 min. discussion. The aim of this presentation is to provide meaningful information towards a better comprehension of Cultural Heritage (CH) objects. Different strategies for field data acquisition (3D scanning), processing, description and geometrical analysis are presented, in order to understand to what extent distinct methodological approaches and technical choices determine the analysis and interpretation of CH objects.

Moderators
DR

Dirk Rieke-Zapp

Key Account Manager Arts and Culture / Bodymetrics, Aicon 3D Systems GmbH
Talk to me about optical close range measurement systems for arts and culture or anything you like to talk about.

Monday September 28, 2015 11:00 - 13:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Sala Gutenberg Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:00

W 64 - INSIDDE: Integration ... (II)
INSIDDE: Integration of Technological Solutions for Imaging, Detection, and Digitisation of hidden Elements in Artworks
Marta Flórez Igual and Hamdi Dibeklioğlu

This workshop is intended to give an overview about the capabilities of terahertz (THz) waves in the field of cultural heritage and make a comparison with other technologies such as infrared (IR) reflectography or optical coherence tomography (OCT). In this workshop, different cases dealing with 2D and 3D artworks will be presented.

The target audience of this workshop covers a wide range of profiles, from art experts to scientific researchers in different areas. Although an overview of the technologies will be given, speakers will mainly concentrate on the applications in the field of cultural heritage and the requirements to take advantage of the latest developments.

The workshop is also understood as a co-operative environment to foster collaborations between end-users and researchers. Therefore, a close interaction with the attendees is expected during the discussions but also during the presentations. This will limit the number of attendees to 20-25 people.

 Agenda

  • 8:30 – 8:45 Presentation of the Workshop and Introduction to the Project INSIDDE by Ms Marta Flórez Igual (Museo de Bellas Artes de Asturias). Welcome and overview of the project INSIDDE and terahertz technology (basis, the digitisation process, tests and validation, results).
  • 8:45 – 9:15 Automatic Analysis of PaintingTerahertz Images by Dr Hamdi Dibeklioğlu (TU Delft). Algorithms and techniques to analyse THz images but also other data obtained by different means. Focus on non-invasive pigment distinction and brushstroke identification.
  • 9:15 – 9:45 IR Reflectography and Multispectral IR Reflectography by Dr Raffaella Fontana (centro Nazionale delle Ricerche). Description of the technology and equipment needed. Comparison between mono- and multispectral approaches. Underpaintings and underdrawings. Examples.
  • 9:45 – 10:15 Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) applied to cultural heritage by Dr Haida Liang (Nottingham Trent University). Summary of the latest advances and how these can be applied in the field of cultural heritage.
  • 10:15 – 10:30 Discussion on the technologies and techniques.
  • 11:00 – 11:30 Applications of Terahertz Imaging in Conservation of Paintings by Ms Marta Flórez Igual (Museo de Bellas Artes de Asturias). Potential applications: nderdrawings, pigment identification, etc. Preparation of samples, calibration and validation techniques. Examples.
  • 11:30 – 12:00 Applications of Terahertz Imaging in Conservation of 3D Artworks by Ms Irina Yordanova (Regional Historical Museum Stara Zagora). 3D modelling of interiors, content identification and deposit removing. Structured light scanners. Combination of 3D models. Examples.
  • 12:00 – 12:15 Discussion.
  • 12:15 – 12:30 Closure.

Moderators
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Marta Flórez Igual

Conservadora-Restauradora, Fine Arts Museum of Asturias

Speakers
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Marta Flórez Igual

Conservadora-Restauradora, Fine Arts Museum of Asturias
DR

Dirk Rieke-Zapp

Key Account Manager Arts and Culture / Bodymetrics, Aicon 3D Systems GmbH
Talk to me about optical close range measurement systems for arts and culture or anything you like to talk about.


Monday September 28, 2015 11:00 - 13:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Faraday Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

13:00

Lunch
Monday September 28, 2015 13:00 - 14:00
Parque de las Ciencias  Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

14:30

Digital Heritage 2015 Opening Ceremony
  • Ernesto Páramo: Director of Parque de las Ciencias
  • Livio de Luca, Lisa Fischer, Victor Lopez Menchero, Juan Carlos Torres: DigitalHeritage 2015 General Co-Chairs
  • Antonio Ramírez de Arellano: Ministry of Economy and knowledge of Andalusian Goverment
  • Pilar Aranda: Chancelor of the University of Granada
  • Reynaldo Fernández: Director of the Council of Alhambra and Generalife
  • Alfonso Muñoz Cosme: Subdirector General del Instituto de Patrimonio Cultural

Speakers
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Lisa Fischer

Director, Center for Digital Initiatives, Jamestown Rediscovery Foundation
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Livio de Luca

Research Director, DigitalHeritage 2013 chair, CNRS- french National Centre for Scientific Research
Architect, PhD in engineering, HDR (habilitation) in Computer Science, Livio De Luca is research director at CNRS (french national centre for scientific research) and director of the MAP (Models and simulations for architecture and cultural heritage) lab. Scientific advisor and member... Read More →
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Juan Carlos Torres

DigitalHERITAGE 2015 Chair and Prof. of Computer Science & Director Virtual Reality Lab, University of Granada


Monday September 28, 2015 14:30 - 15:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

15:00

Keynote - Guy Berthiaume
Digital Technology, the Need for Connection, and the Role of National Memory Institutions

The digital world has transformed how we think, how we communicate, and how we retain our collective memory.  In this landscape, memory organizations such as libraries and archives hold the key to keeping that collective memory alive, and making sure that it persists into the future. How do we use digital technology and our position as memory organizations to connect beyond the tendency to pursue only information which reflects isolated professional and personal interests? Can the digital world really dissolve the boundaries between memory organizations and others? How can we make the promise of connection, which is so basic to the digital environment, do more? What is the role of a national library and archives in all this? And how do we go beyond connecting to a process that achieves results? These are just a few of the questions being posed by Dr. Guy Berthiaume, the Librarian and Archivist of Canada, in this presentation.

Speakers
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Guy Berthiaume

CEO, Library and Archives Canada
Dr. Guy Berthiaume assumed the position of Librarian and Archivist of Canada on June 23, 2014. Prior to joining Library and Archives Canada, he was the Chair and Chief Executive Officer of the Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec between 2009 and 2014, following a... Read More →


Monday September 28, 2015 15:00 - 16:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

16:00

Coffee
Monday September 28, 2015 16:00 - 16:30
Parque de las Ciencias  Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

16:30

Opening Panel: Potential and Pitfalls of Digital Heritage
  • Federico Mayor, Honorary Chair of the Conference, Chairman of the Foundation for a Culture of Peace, and former Director-General of UNESCO
  • Milagros Del Corral, Author, former National Librarian of Spain, and former Deputy Assistant Director General for Culture, UNESCO
  • Javier Hernández-Ros, Head of Creativity Unit, DG Communication Networks, Content and Technology, European Commission

Moderators
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Alonzo C. Addison

Congress Chair, DigitalHERITAGE 2018
Lon Addison brings over 30 years of leadership in strategic planning and management of digital technology and research in design & engineering, architecture & the arts, heritage & culture, the environment and more. With executive roles spanning the United Nations to Silicon Valley... Read More →

Speakers
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Milagros del Corral

Chair of Expert Advisor Board, European SUCCEED Program
Milagros del Corral Beltrán (born in Madrid) is an Spanish librarian. She has been secretary General of the Spanish Federation of Publishers, and Deputy Assistant Director-General for Culture at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris (1990-2005). She was Director-General of... Read More →
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Javier Hernández Ros

Head of Unit G2, Directorate G, DG CNECT, European Commission
Javier Hernández-Ros carried out Civil Engineering studies and holds a Masters in Business Administration. Joined the European Commission in 1986 and was involved in technology transfer and innovation policies. From June 2002 to December 2010 he was Head of the “Access to Information... Read More →


Monday September 28, 2015 16:30 - 17:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

17:30

Digital Heritage 2015 Overview
  • Livio de Luca, Lisa Fischer, Victor Lopez Menchero, Juan Carlos Torres: DigitalHeritage 2015 General Co-Chairs
  • Gabriele Guidi, Roberto Scopigno: DigitalHeritage 2015 Scientific Program Co-Chairs
  • Holger Graf: DigitalHeritage 2015 Publication Chair
  • Sofia Pescarin, Alfredo Grande, Pedro Cano: DigitalHeritageExpo 2015 co-chairs

Speakers
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Pedro Cano

University of Granada
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Lisa Fischer

Director, Center for Digital Initiatives, Jamestown Rediscovery Foundation
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Holger Graf

DH2015 Publication Chair, Fraunhofer IGD
Holger Graf received his diploma degree in ‘Technomathematik‘ (Industrial Mathematics) from the University of Karlsruhe in 1997 and graduated in 1998 from the department of computer science at the University of Bristol (England) with a M.Sc. in ‘Global Computing and Multimedia... Read More →
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Gabriele Guidi

VSMM Vice President, Politecnico di Milano
Gabriele Guidi is Associate Professor of Computer Vision and Reverse Engineering at Politecnico di Milano (Italy). He received his M.S. degree in Electronic Engineering in 1988 and Ph.D. in 1992 from the Universities of Florence and Bologna respectively. He started his researches... Read More →
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Livio de Luca

Research Director, DigitalHeritage 2013 chair, CNRS- french National Centre for Scientific Research
Architect, PhD in engineering, HDR (habilitation) in Computer Science, Livio De Luca is research director at CNRS (french national centre for scientific research) and director of the MAP (Models and simulations for architecture and cultural heritage) lab. Scientific advisor and member... Read More →
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Sofia Pescarin

Director Virtual Heritage Lab, Italian Nat’l Research Council
Archaeologist, PhD in History and Computing, specialist in GIS, 3d terrain, Open Source approach to Cultural Heritage. She is a researcher at the Institute of Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage of the National Council of Researches in Rome (CNR ITABC), in the Virtual Heritage... Read More →
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Roberto Scopigno

Research Director at CNR-ISTI, Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione (ISTI) Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)
Roberto won a permanent researcher position at CNR-CNUCE in 1986, become Senior Researcher in 1997 and finally Research Dierctor in 2001 at ISTI. Since 1990 he had joint appointments at the Department of Computer Engineering and at the Department of Computer Science of the University... Read More →
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Juan Carlos Torres

DigitalHERITAGE 2015 Chair and Prof. of Computer Science & Director Virtual Reality Lab, University of Granada


Monday September 28, 2015 17:30 - 18:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

18:30

Welcome Reception
Welcome reception at the Carmen de los Mártires, a 19th century house and ornamental grounds close to the Manuel de Falla Auditorium and the Alhambra.

Monday September 28, 2015 18:30 - 20:00
Carmen de los Mártires Calle de Antequeruela Alta, s/n, 18009 Granada

20:00

Visit to Alhambra

Guided visit to the Alhambra Palaces. (Courtesy of the Patronato de la Alhambra y del Generalife)

Monday September 28, 2015 20:00 - 21:00
Alhambra Calle Real de la Alhambra, s/n, 18009 Granada
 
Tuesday, September 29
 

08:00

Registration
Tuesday September 29, 2015 08:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias  Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

09:00

Keynote - Tatjana Dzambazova
Witness

Tatjana will share developments at the convergence of digital 3D capture and 3D creation. She will explore the concept of what bearing witness means now that the digital 3d world is becoming as accessible as the digital 2d world through pioneering examples in both cultural and natural heritage. How can democratization of high end tech such as Autodesk Memento help scientists , archeologists, museums, artists, marine biologist and others extend our collective vision?
An experienced architect and passionate technology leader, Tatjana is Autodesk's Technology Whisperer and Product Manager in the Reality Computing team.

Speakers
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Tatjana Dzambazova

Sr. Product Manager, Emerging Technologies, Autodesk
Tatjana Dzambazova is a trained architect with 12 years experience in architecture and design in Vienna and London. Perennially fascinated by how technology enables a more creative life, she decided to continue her career in the digital design world and has now been with Autodesk... Read More →


Tuesday September 29, 2015 09:00 - 10:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

W 167 - Demand Driven Selection ... (I)
Demand Driven Selection for the Archiving of Digital Heritage
Marco De Niet, Vincent Wintermans and Julia Brungs

The selection of digital content for long term preservation is one of the pressing issues currently faced by heritage institutions. Out of the massive amount of content available in a digital format, it has to be evaluated what needs to be preserved for future generations. There is no decisive method for selecting digital content yet and heritage institutions are in the process of rethinking their selection criteria from an analogue method to a digital one. It is expected that a more holistic approach to digital preservation is needed, which addresses standards, preservation policies, preservation planning and sustainability of systems and services. Unesco, IFLA, ICA and other parties work together in the PERSIST project to support the global cultural heritage community establishing that new approach.

Background

The PERSIST project is a result of the Memory of the World Conference in Vancouver (September 2012),where international experts agreed that there is a pressing need to establish a roadmap for solutions, agreements and policies that ensure long term access and trustworthy preservation of digital cultural information. New technologies, their practical applications and the way in which they are used are redefining current and future responsibilities of heritage institutions in the digital world. These institutions are facing complex challenges in ensuring that knowledge and information will still be accessible and readable in ten, a hundred, or even a thousand years from now. In order to establish such a roadmap, governments, cultural organizations and the IT-industry will have to work together more closely. The roadmap should also include the input of all countries or regions, as digital preservation is a truly global concern. These findings led to the launch of the PERSIST project in December 2013. In this project UNESCO has joined forces with the International Council on Archives (ICA) and the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA). Together they work towards a global platform on which governments, memory institutions and ICT industry can jointly address issues regarding long term preservation and access of digital cultural heritage.

Selection of born digital cultural heritage

One of the results that the PERSIST project currently prepares is a set of Guidelines for the selection of digital heritage for long term preservation. These Guidelines are meant to provide memory institutions across the globe and from all domains (Libraries, Archives, Museums) with a starting point for their selection policies for building and expanding digital archives and libraries. The PERSIST partners promote the view that current users of digital heritage should be consulted about future selection policies. Safeguarding digital heritage for the future is important to make the information society more sustainable over time, and it makes sense to involve all participants of the information society in decisions on public investments in digital archiving. Without a better understanding of the use and usefulness of digital collections, long term curation can easily become a meaningless activity. This workshop at the DigitalHeritage2015 Congress will be used to get input from professionals who work with digital heritage for these Guidelines, which will be finalised and presented in November 2015.

Workshop

The workshop that PERSIST prepares for the Digital Heritage 2015 congress focuses on understanding the differences and similiaries in the perspectives of curators and researchers on the composition and usefulness of large collections of born digital heritage managed by cultural heritage institutions.

The workshop consists of four main parts:

  • A presentation of the results of a survey and analysis done by the PERSIST project of current selection policies in cultural heritage institutions. The report with the result of this analysis is available at http://www.unesco.nl/artikel/further-steps-towards-selection-guidelines-digital-heritage (20 minutes incl. Q&A).
  • A group discussion with the participants of the workshop about the composition and usefulness of collections with born digital cultural heritage that they frequently use. How are they used? What are current limitations? (30 minutes).
  • A presentation of the draft guidelines for selection of born digital heritage, as prepared by the Content Taskforce of the PERSIST Project. These Guidelines will be finalised in November 2015. The results of this workshop will be used as input for these guidelines. (30 minutes incl. Q&A).
  • An interactive session in two subgroups (academic researchers and curators) to collect ideas and expectations about the growth, composition, sustainability and use of collections of born digital cultural heritage as they will exist in the future (5 to 25 years from now). (60 minutes).

Moderators
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Marco de Niet

Director, Digital Heritage Netherlands
Marco de Niet is the Director of Digitaal Erfgoed Nederland (DEN foundation), the Dutch knowledge centre for digital heritage. DEN is a government funded organisation to promote standardisation and monitor the progress of the national digital infrastructure for cultural heritage... Read More →


Tuesday September 29, 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Curie Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

W 171 - TAG Cloud International ... (I)
TAG CLOUD INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP: Engaging and governing in the Cultural Heritage services
Maria Eugenia Beltran, Silvia de Los Rios Perez and Belen Prados

The TAG CLOUD international workshop will bring together researchers and practitioners who are working on various aspects of cultural heritage, and are interested in exploring the potential of state of the art technologies (onsite as well as online), to enhance the Cultural Heritage visit experience as well as to increase engagement with this area. The workshop will provide multidisciplinary perspectives from different research lines that will inform on future research directions as well as to forge further collaborations aiming at boosting lifelong cultural heritage experiences.

The target audience: researchers, academics and scientist in cultural heritage, education, curatorship and other areas related with culture and ICT.

10:00 - Welcome and Opening Session
Dr. Maria Fernanda Cabrera-Umpierrez. TAG CLOUD Project Coordinator (UPM)
  • Mr. Reynaldo Fernández Manzano, Director of the Patronato de la Alhambra y el Generalife.
  • Dr. Eurydice Georganteli. University of Birmingham: Urban Heritage in Southeastern Europe: Challenges and Opportunities in the Digital Era.
  • Eng. Silvia de los Ríos Pérez. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. COOLTURA by TAG CLOUD.

11:30 - SESSION 1: Challenges for user experiences and new technologies in Cultural Heritage
Chair: M.Sc. Arun Prakash (Fraunhofer Fokus)
  • Dr. Daniela Petrelli. Sheffield Hallam University. The challenges of MeSch Project.
  • Dr. Jacqueline Floch. SINTEF IC. Storytelling in the COOLTURA platform.
  • Mr. Matthew Luke Vincent. Universidad de Murcia. ITN-DCH Project. / Project Mosul - crowdsourcing

12:15 - SESSION 2: Challenges when implementing new technologies in the cloud
Chair: Dr. Luke Speller (BMT Group) 
  • Ms. Holly Wright. York University. LoCloud project findings.
  • Dr. Stefano Bortoli. Technical Director of the OKKAM S.R.L. Personalization in COOLTURA.
  • Mr. Arun Prakash/Santosh Kumar Rajaguru. Fraunhofer FOKUS. Open Data Harvesters for Digital Cultural Data Management.

13:00 - SESSION 3: Cultural services and governance through new technologies (Round Table )
Moderator: Eng. Maria Eugenia Beltran (INMARK)
Participants: Dr. Luke Speller (BMT Group); Mr. Jochen Meis (GeoMobile), Dr. Holly Wright (York University), Mr. Matthew Vincent (Universidad de Murcia), Dr. Eurydice Georganteli (the Barber Institute).

Moderators
avatar for MARIA EUGENIA (XENIA) BELTRAN

MARIA EUGENIA (XENIA) BELTRAN

Senior Innovation Management Consultant, INMARK EUROPA - TAG CLOUD PROJECT -
I provide consultancy in Information Systems deployment and Business Intelligence Analysis in the manufacturing, financial and government. My background is Information System Engineer with an MBA in International Management. I have accrued extensive experience as functional business... Read More →
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Arun Prakash

Senior Scientist, Fraunhofer FOKUS
avatar for Silvia de los Rios

Silvia de los Rios

Researcher, Life Supporting Technologies - Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
I work as research engineer at Life Supporting Technologies group at UPM. I have collaborated in several R&D projects that deal with information and communication technologies (ICT) in the area of e-inclusion and accessibility, as well as personalisation in Cultural Heritage. My main... Read More →
avatar for Luke Speller

Luke Speller

Lead Scientist, BMT

Speakers
avatar for MARIA EUGENIA (XENIA) BELTRAN

MARIA EUGENIA (XENIA) BELTRAN

Senior Innovation Management Consultant, INMARK EUROPA - TAG CLOUD PROJECT -
I provide consultancy in Information Systems deployment and Business Intelligence Analysis in the manufacturing, financial and government. My background is Information System Engineer with an MBA in International Management. I have accrued extensive experience as functional business... Read More →
avatar for Stefano Bortoli

Stefano Bortoli

Researcher and Semantic Technology Specialist, Okkam SRL
PhD in ICT, works on large-scale entity-centric data integration application relying on semantic technologies.
avatar for Maria F Cabrera

Maria F Cabrera

Associate Professor, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
PhD in Biomedical Engineering. TAG CLOUD project coordinator.
avatar for Jacqueline Floch

Jacqueline Floch

Senior scientist, SINTEF ICT
User empowerment towards more inclusive societies is a key issue in my current research. I study how digital technology can be exploited as an enabler to increase user participation in society, and this taking care of avoiding the digital divide. This topic is relevant in different... Read More →
avatar for Jochen Meis

Jochen Meis

Head of Research, GeoMobile GmbH
I am interesting in innovative mobile solutions for various opportunites. In case of compelling ideas we can push them forward to a research proposal or business opportunities.
avatar for Arun Prakash

Arun Prakash

Senior Scientist, Fraunhofer FOKUS
avatar for Santosh Kumar Rajaguru

Santosh Kumar Rajaguru

Student Researcher, Fraunhofer FOKUS
avatar for Silvia de los Rios

Silvia de los Rios

Researcher, Life Supporting Technologies - Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
I work as research engineer at Life Supporting Technologies group at UPM. I have collaborated in several R&D projects that deal with information and communication technologies (ICT) in the area of e-inclusion and accessibility, as well as personalisation in Cultural Heritage. My main... Read More →
avatar for Luke Speller

Luke Speller

Lead Scientist, BMT
avatar for Matthew Vincent

Matthew Vincent

Researcher, digitalMED, Universidad de Murcia
Archaeologist, Coder, Digital Cultural Heritage Professional
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Holly Wright

European Projects Manager, Archaeology Data Service
Holly Wright is European Projects Manager at the Archaeology Data Service (ADS); a national archive for archaeological data in the UK (archaeologydataservice.ac.uk), based in the Department of Archaeology, at the University of York. Her research focusses on field drawing, vector graphics... Read More →


Tuesday September 29, 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Sala Gutenberg Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

W 429 - DigitalHeritage 2015 ... (I)
DigitalHeritage 2015: Behind the Expo
Sofia Pescarin

DigitalHeritage Expo is a large exhibition on Digital Heritage that includes around 30 applications presented in 8 main 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.  It is organsed in Granada, inside the Science Museum. The Exhibition is the perfect conjunction between the scientific congress and final users, and between scientists coming from the heritage domain and those coming from ICT and other “hard” sciences.

The workshop represents a unique occasion to understand what's behind the scene of the projects visible at the exhibition, which innovative aspects are developed, which problems have been solved.

The workshop is organised in two sessions, each of them followed by the visit to the exhibit where the authors who presented could answer to more specific questions.

Morning (10:00 – 13:00)

In the morning section we will analyze issues related to Heritage Interpretation (section 1), the preservation and dissemination of Heritage in danger (section 2), personalisation of users visit (section 3) and the acquisition and reproduction of heritage artifacts and sites (section 4).

10:00 – 12:00 Presentations (15 min each)

80 - Rocio Ruiz-Rodarte
Interactive Showcases for a Site Museum at Calakmul

174 - Davide Pantile, Matteo Ventrella and Antonio Mazzeo
Interactive Showcase and Museum Guide System Using Bluetooth Low Energy Beacons

315 - Jongwook Lee, Jihyung Lee, Jae Woo Kim, Kyung-Kyu Kang and Man Hee Lee
The Digital Heritage Simulation Technology for Korean Traditional Architectures

393 - Pedro Cano, Manuel García, Juan Carlos Torres, Francisco Lamolda and Silvia Perez
Interactive 3D Application for the Multimedia Valorization of the Restoration Process of the Fountain of the Lions of the Alhambra Based on 3D Laser Scanner Registration

330 - Daniel Pletinckx, Dries Nollet and Carlotta Capurro
V-MusT Competence Centre

173 - Nikos Grammalidis and Kosmas Dimitropoulos
Intangible Treasures - Capturing the Intangible Cultural Heritage and Learning the Rare Know-How of Living Human Treasures

175 - Jana Rodic and Marko Todorovic
1914

289 - Fathi Saleh, Mohammad Nabil and Nessma Sameer
The Wall of Knowledge

427 - Daniela Petrelli, Mark T. Marshall, Elena Not, Massimo Zancanaro, Dario Cavada, Adriano Venturini, Thomas Kubitza and Martin Risseeuw
meSch: Implementing the Internet of Things for Cultural Heritage

177 - Ashley Richter, Mike Hess and Vid Petrovic
A Proposal for A Digital & Physical Installation of Techno-Scientific-Art Research: Open Access Antiquarianism at the Digital Heritage Expo 2015

211 - Pedro Santos, Martin Ritz, Reimar Tausch, Hendrik Schmedt, Rafael Monroy Rodriguez, Constanze Fuhrmann, Matevz Domajnko, Martin Knuth and Dieter Fellner
CultLab3D - Fast and Economic 3D Mass-Digitization

176 - Daniele Calisi, Francesca Giannone, Claudia Ventura, Paolo Salonia, Fabio Cottefoglie and Vittorio Amos Ziparo
A Robotic Approach to Digitization of Indoor and Underground Cultural Heritage Sites

375 - Marco Cappellini
Uffizi Touch Cloud

12:00 – 13:00 Exhibition visit for the participants of the workshop


Afternoon (14:30 - 19:00)

In the afternoon the following questions will be discussed: how to create an experience for the visitors using interactive and immersive technologies (section 5 and 6), How to store, share, use in a web-based mode digital datasets (section 7) storytelling and computer animation (section 8).

14:30 – 18:00 Presentations (15 min each)

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

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

284 - Bruno Fanini and Enzo D'Annibale
AiRome

350 - Claudio Rufa, Massimiliano Forlani, Eva Pietroni, Francesco Antinucci and Leonardo Rescic
DEFEND THE WALLS! Serious Game for the Valorisation of the Walls of the Ancient City of Paestum

428 - Lev Ledit, Martin Porocnik, Claudia Kogler, Barbara Lippe and Magdalena Novak
Papermint (A Minty Toons World)

215 - Violette Abergel, Renato Saleri, Hervé Lequay and Livio De Luca
KIVI: Bring Virtual Reality to Online 3D Objects Databases

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


500 - Magoga Pinas Azpitarte
Vivir en el Opida

309 - Alejandro Rodríguez Aguilera and Alejandro León
Smartphone-based Remote 3D Interaction for Digital Heritage Applications

375 - Marco Cappellini
Uffizi Touch Cloud

432 - Stefan Lindgren, Daniele Ferdani, Anne-Marie Leander Touati and Emanuel Demetrescu
3D Movie of the House of Caecilius Iucundus in Pompeii

18:00 – 19:00 Exhibition visit for the participants of the workshop

Moderators
avatar for Sofia Pescarin

Sofia Pescarin

Director Virtual Heritage Lab, Italian Nat’l Research Council
Archaeologist, PhD in History and Computing, specialist in GIS, 3d terrain, Open Source approach to Cultural Heritage. She is a researcher at the Institute of Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage of the National Council of Researches in Rome (CNR ITABC), in the Virtual Heritage... Read More →

Tuesday September 29, 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Sagan Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

T1 FP1 - Digitization of Challenging Items / Materials (I)
10:00-10:30
18 - Fauzia Albertin, Eva Peccenini, Yeukuang Hwu, Tsung-Tse Lee, Edwin B. L. Ong, Jung Ho Je, Frédéric Kaplan and Giorgio Margaritondo
The Venice ”Archivio di stato”: Innovating Digitization with X-ray Tomography

10:30-11:00
62 - Chang Liu, Paul Rosin, Yu-Kun Lai and Weiduo Hu
Robust Segmentation of Historical Parchment XMT Images for Virtual Unrolling

Moderators
avatar for Gabriele Guidi

Gabriele Guidi

VSMM Vice President, Politecnico di Milano
Gabriele Guidi is Associate Professor of Computer Vision and Reverse Engineering at Politecnico di Milano (Italy). He received his M.S. degree in Electronic Engineering in 1988 and Ph.D. in 1992 from the Universities of Florence and Bologna respectively. He started his researches... Read More →

Speakers

Tuesday September 29, 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

T2 SP1 - Augmented Reality and Interaction
10:00-10:15
317 - Manuel Olbrich, Jens Keil and Thomas Makiela
Heritage Move. A Natural & Lightweight Navigation Schema for Low-Cost, Non-Stationary Immersive Virtual Environments

10:15-10:30
207 - Alejandro Rodríguez and Alejandro León
Smartphone-based Remote 3D Interaction for Digital Heritage Applications

Moderators
avatar for Pedro Santos

Pedro Santos

Head of the Competence Center for Cultural Heritage Digitization, Fraunhofer IGD
Pedro Santos has been Head of the Competence Center for Cultural Heritage Digitization since 2012. Before he was Deputy Head of the Department of Industrial Applications, today Department of Interactive Engineering Technologies. In the course of various projects in the field of... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Alejandro Rodríguez Aguilera

Alejandro Rodríguez Aguilera

PhD Candidate, University of Granada
avatar for Manuel Olbrich

Manuel Olbrich

Fraunhofer IGD


Tuesday September 29, 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Faraday Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

T5 Poster Session (I)
11 - Anders Hast and Andrea Marchetti
Stereo Visualisation of Historical Aerial Photos: A Valuable Digital Heritage Research Tool

50 - Oscar Jesús Cosido Cobos, Leticia Terán, Oscar Ruiz, Jesús Manuel Sendino, Massimiliano Campi, Raffaele Catuogno, Nuria García Gutierrez and Elena Martin
Latorre3D Tour Through University Spaces for the Management and Dissemination of the Cultural Heritage of the University of Cantabria

70 - Mauro Ceconello, Alessandra Spagnoli, Davide Spallazzo and Umberto Tolino
Playing Design. Mobile Serious Games to Valorize Design Culture in the Urban Space

240 - Franc Zakrajsek and Vlasta Vodeb
Reuse of Europeana Metadata for Geo-location Services

242 - Daria Hookk, Nikita Pikov, Maxim Rumyantsev, Maria Vishnyakova and Inna Kizhner
Touching an Ancient Stone: 3D Modeling and Augmented Reality Techniques for a Collection of Petroglyphs from the State Hermitage Museum

246 - Edeltraud Aspöck, Matthias Kucera, Karin Kopetzky, Barbara Horejs, Wolfgang Neubauer and Manfred Bietak
A Puzzle in 4D: Digital Preservation and Reconstruction of an Egyptian Palace

275 - Camelia Raluca Barbulescu and Raluca Zaharia
The Bethlen Castle of Boiu – a Digital Renaissance. A Lost Renaissance Castle of Transylvania Virtually Reconstructed

308 - Glen Muschio, Jichen Zhu and Aroutis Foster
Revitalizing Peale’s Museum as a Digital Interactive Learning Environment

310 - Carlos Carpetudo and Gonçalo Lopes
The old Parish Church of Montemor-o-Novo in the 16th century – a Manuelino Example and its Virtual Reconstruction

314 - Elena Ippoliti and Michele Calvano
Visual Technologies and Virtual Restoration. The Foro Mussolini (1939-1941) by Oriolo Frezzotti in Littoria, Latina (Italy)

319 - Sven Ubik, Jiří Navrátil, Jiří Melnikov and Zdeněk Trávníček
Remote Access to 3D Models of Cultural Heritage

321 - Mathieu Lejeune, Sabine Berger and Eduard Antaluca
The 3D Modelling of the Spire of Senlis Cathedral

326 - Oscar Jesús Cosido Cobos, Pedro Sarabia, Leticia Terán, Óscar Ruiz, Diego Arévalo Casuso, Diana Vega Almazán and Esteban Sainz Vidal
Virtual Documentation of Different Structures in the Urban Archaeological Site of Velarde Square in Santander

340 - Ángel-Luis García-Fernández, Andrés Molina-Aguilar, Carlos-Javier Ogayar-Anguita and Manuel Molinos-Molinos
Developing a Flexible Web-based System for Documenting Archaeological Excavations

Moderators
avatar for Juan Carlos Torres

Juan Carlos Torres

DigitalHERITAGE 2015 Chair and Prof. of Computer Science & Director Virtual Reality Lab, University of Granada

Speakers
EA

Edeltraud Aspöck

Post-doc researcher, ÖAW OREA
avatar for Carlos Carpetudo

Carlos Carpetudo

Morbase - Município de Montemor-o-Novo / Cromeleque
avatar for Oscar Cosido

Oscar Cosido

Universidad de Cantabria
Research in 3D Modeling and Artificial Intelligence Hibridation
avatar for Ángel Luis García Fernández

Ángel Luis García Fernández

Universidad de Jaén
ML

Mathieu Lejeune

PhD Student in History of Art, Sorbonne Universités
GM

Glen Muschio

Associate Professor, Drexel University
avatar for Sven Ubik

Sven Ubik

Researcher, CESNET
Sven Ubik received his MSc and Dr in Computer Science from the Czech Technical University. He is currently a senior researcher in CESNET and the head of the research group Technologies for network applications. He has created a Network Visualization Lab in collaboration with the Czech... Read More →
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Mariia Vishniakova

student, Siberian Federal University
avatar for Franc Zakrajsek

Franc Zakrajsek

Franc J. Zakrajsek is a senior researcher and independent consultant in geographic information systems, GIS portals, GIS web services, digital cultural content, registering cultural heritage and building interoperability frameworks. He is acting as a member of Member's states expert... Read More →


Tuesday September 29, 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Cine3 Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

Digital Heritage Expo
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
Antiquarianism

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
CultLab3D

Section 5: Experiencing the Past

284 - Bruno Fanini and Enzo D'Annibale
CNR ITABC, VHLab. Italy
AiRome

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
CNR ITABC, EVOCA. Italy
Tiber Valley VR Museum

350 - Claudio Rufa, Massimiliano Forlani, Eva Pietroni, Francesco Antinucci and Leonardo Rescic
EVOCA, CNR ITABC. Italy
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
KIVI

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.
TranScriptorium

502 - Europeana Foundation and Europeana partners and contributors
Europeana Foundation
Europeana


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
CINECA. Italy
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
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Tuesday September 29, 2015 10:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Pabellón Leonardo da Vinci Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:00

Coffee
Tuesday September 29, 2015 11:00 - 11:30
Parque de las Ciencias  Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

W 167 - Demand Driven Selection ... (II)
Demand Driven Selection for the Archiving of Digital Heritage
Marco De Niet, Vincent Wintermans and Julia Brungs

The selection of digital content for long term preservation is one of the pressing issues currently faced by heritage institutions. Out of the massive amount of content available in a digital format, it has to be evaluated what needs to be preserved for future generations. There is no decisive method for selecting digital content yet and heritage institutions are in the process of rethinking their selection criteria from an analogue method to a digital one. It is expected that a more holistic approach to digital preservation is needed, which addresses standards, preservation policies, preservation planning and sustainability of systems and services. Unesco, IFLA, ICA and other parties work together in the PERSIST project to support the global cultural heritage community establishing that new approach.

Background

The PERSIST project is a result of the Memory of the World Conference in Vancouver (September 2012),where international experts agreed that there is a pressing need to establish a roadmap for solutions, agreements and policies that ensure long term access and trustworthy preservation of digital cultural information. New technologies, their practical applications and the way in which they are used are redefining current and future responsibilities of heritage institutions in the digital world. These institutions are facing complex challenges in ensuring that knowledge and information will still be accessible and readable in ten, a hundred, or even a thousand years from now. In order to establish such a roadmap, governments, cultural organizations and the IT-industry will have to work together more closely. The roadmap should also include the input of all countries or regions, as digital preservation is a truly global concern. These findings led to the launch of the PERSIST project in December 2013. In this project UNESCO has joined forces with the International Council on Archives (ICA) and the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA). Together they work towards a global platform on which governments, memory institutions and ICT industry can jointly address issues regarding long term preservation and access of digital cultural heritage.

Selection of born digital cultural heritage

One of the results that the PERSIST project currently prepares is a set of Guidelines for the selection of digital heritage for long term preservation. These Guidelines are meant to provide memory institutions across the globe and from all domains (Libraries, Archives, Museums) with a starting point for their selection policies for building and expanding digital archives and libraries. The PERSIST partners promote the view that current users of digital heritage should be consulted about future selection policies. Safeguarding digital heritage for the future is important to make the information society more sustainable over time, and it makes sense to involve all participants of the information society in decisions on public investments in digital archiving. Without a better understanding of the use and usefulness of digital collections, long term curation can easily become a meaningless activity. This workshop at the DigitalHeritage2015 Congress will be used to get input from professionals who work with digital heritage for these Guidelines, which will be finalised and presented in November 2015.

Workshop

The workshop that PERSIST prepares for the Digital Heritage 2015 congress focuses on understanding the differences and similiaries in the perspectives of curators and researchers on the composition and usefulness of large collections of born digital heritage managed by cultural heritage institutions.

The workshop consists of four main parts:

  • A presentation of the results of a survey and analysis done by the PERSIST project of current selection policies in cultural heritage institutions. The report with the result of this analysis is available at http://www.unesco.nl/artikel/further-steps-towards-selection-guidelines-digital-heritage (20 minutes incl. Q&A).
  • A group discussion with the participants of the workshop about the composition and usefulness of collections with born digital cultural heritage that they frequently use. How are they used? What are current limitations? (30 minutes).
  • A presentation of the draft guidelines for selection of born digital heritage, as prepared by the Content Taskforce of the PERSIST Project. These Guidelines will be finalised in November 2015. The results of this workshop will be used as input for these guidelines. (30 minutes incl. Q&A).
  • An interactive session in two subgroups (academic researchers and curators) to collect ideas and expectations about the growth, composition, sustainability and use of collections of born digital cultural heritage as they will exist in the future (5 to 25 years from now). (60 minutes).

Moderators
avatar for Marco de Niet

Marco de Niet

Director, Digital Heritage Netherlands
Marco de Niet is the Director of Digitaal Erfgoed Nederland (DEN foundation), the Dutch knowledge centre for digital heritage. DEN is a government funded organisation to promote standardisation and monitor the progress of the national digital infrastructure for cultural heritage... Read More →

Tuesday September 29, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Curie Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

W 171 - TAG Cloud International ... (II)
TAG Cloud International Workshop: Engaging and Governing in the Cultural Heritage Services
Maria Eugenia Beltran, Silvia de Los Rios Perez and Belen Prados

The TAG CLOUD international workshop will bring together researchers and practitioners who are working on various aspects of cultural heritage, and are interested in exploring the potential of state of the art technologies (onsite as well as online), to enhance the Cultural Heritage visit experience as well as to increase engagement with this area. The workshop will provide multidisciplinary perspectives from different research lines that will inform on future research directions as well as to forge further collaborations aiming at boosting lifelong cultural heritage experiences.

The target audience: researchers, academics and scientist in cultural heritage, education, curatorship and other areas related with culture and ICT.

10:00 - Welcome and Opening Session
Dr. Maria Fernanda Cabrera-Umpierrez. TAG CLOUD Project Coordinator (UPM)
  • Mr. Reynaldo Fernández Manzano, Director of the Patronato de la Alhambra y el Generalife.
  • Dr. Eurydice Georganteli. University of Birmingham: Urban Heritage in Southeastern Europe: Challenges and Opportunities in the Digital Era.
  • Eng. Silvia de los Ríos Pérez. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. COOLTURA by TAG CLOUD.

11:30 - SESSION 1: Challenges for user experiences and new technologies in Cultural Heritage
Chair: M.Sc. Arun Prakash (Fraunhofer Fokus)
  • Dr. Daniela Petrelli. Sheffield Hallam University. The challenges of MeSch Project.
  • Dr. Jacqueline Floch. SINTEF IC. Storytelling in the COOLTURA platform.
  • Mr. Matthew Luke Vincent. Universidad de Murcia. ITN-DCH Project. / Project Mosul - crowdsourcing

12:15 - SESSION 2: Challenges when implementing new technologies in the cloud
Chair: Dr. Luke Speller (BMT Group) 
  • Ms. Holly Wright. York University. LoCloud project findings.
  • Dr. Stefano Bortoli. Technical Director of the OKKAM S.R.L. Personalization in COOLTURA.
  • Mr. Arun Prakash/Santosh Kumar Rajaguru. Fraunhofer FOKUS. Open Data Harvesters for Digital Cultural Data Management.

13:00 - SESSION 3: Cultural services and governance through new technologies (Round Table )
Moderator: Eng. Maria Eugenia Beltran (INMARK)
Participants: Dr. Luke Speller (BMT Group); Mr. Jochen Meis (GeoMobile), Dr. Holly Wright (York University), Mr. Matthew Vincent (Universidad de Murcia), Dr. Eurydice Georganteli (the Barber Institute).
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Moderators
avatar for MARIA EUGENIA (XENIA) BELTRAN

MARIA EUGENIA (XENIA) BELTRAN

Senior Innovation Management Consultant, INMARK EUROPA - TAG CLOUD PROJECT -
I provide consultancy in Information Systems deployment and Business Intelligence Analysis in the manufacturing, financial and government. My background is Information System Engineer with an MBA in International Management. I have accrued extensive experience as functional business... Read More →
avatar for Arun Prakash

Arun Prakash

Senior Scientist, Fraunhofer FOKUS
avatar for Silvia de los Rios

Silvia de los Rios

Researcher, Life Supporting Technologies - Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
I work as research engineer at Life Supporting Technologies group at UPM. I have collaborated in several R&D projects that deal with information and communication technologies (ICT) in the area of e-inclusion and accessibility, as well as personalisation in Cultural Heritage. My main... Read More →
avatar for Luke Speller

Luke Speller

Lead Scientist, BMT

Speakers
avatar for Stefano Bortoli

Stefano Bortoli

Researcher and Semantic Technology Specialist, Okkam SRL
PhD in ICT, works on large-scale entity-centric data integration application relying on semantic technologies.
avatar for Maria F Cabrera

Maria F Cabrera

Associate Professor, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
PhD in Biomedical Engineering. TAG CLOUD project coordinator.
avatar for Jacqueline Floch

Jacqueline Floch

Senior scientist, SINTEF ICT
User empowerment towards more inclusive societies is a key issue in my current research. I study how digital technology can be exploited as an enabler to increase user participation in society, and this taking care of avoiding the digital divide. This topic is relevant in different... Read More →
avatar for Jochen Meis

Jochen Meis

Head of Research, GeoMobile GmbH
I am interesting in innovative mobile solutions for various opportunites. In case of compelling ideas we can push them forward to a research proposal or business opportunities.
avatar for Arun Prakash

Arun Prakash

Senior Scientist, Fraunhofer FOKUS
avatar for Santosh Kumar Rajaguru

Santosh Kumar Rajaguru

Student Researcher, Fraunhofer FOKUS
avatar for Silvia de los Rios

Silvia de los Rios

Researcher, Life Supporting Technologies - Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
I work as research engineer at Life Supporting Technologies group at UPM. I have collaborated in several R&D projects that deal with information and communication technologies (ICT) in the area of e-inclusion and accessibility, as well as personalisation in Cultural Heritage. My main... Read More →
avatar for Luke Speller

Luke Speller

Lead Scientist, BMT
avatar for Matthew Vincent

Matthew Vincent

Researcher, digitalMED, Universidad de Murcia
Archaeologist, Coder, Digital Cultural Heritage Professional
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Holly Wright

European Projects Manager, Archaeology Data Service
Holly Wright is European Projects Manager at the Archaeology Data Service (ADS); a national archive for archaeological data in the UK (archaeologydataservice.ac.uk), based in the Department of Archaeology, at the University of York. Her research focusses on field drawing, vector graphics... Read More →


Tuesday September 29, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Sala Gutenberg Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

W 429 - DigitalHeritage 2015 ... (II)
DigitalHeritage 2015: Behind the Expo
Sofia Pescarin

DigitalHeritage Expo is a large exhibition on Digital Heritage that includes around 30 applications presented in 8 main 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.  It is organsed in Granada, inside the Science Museum. The Exhibition is the perfect conjunction between the scientific congress and final users, and between scientists coming from the heritage domain and those coming from ICT and other “hard” sciences.

The workshop represents a unique occasion to understand what's behind the scene of the projects visible at the exhibition, which innovative aspects are developed, which problems have been solved.

The workshop is organised in two sessions, each of them followed by the visit to the exhibit where the authors who presented could answer to more specific questions.

Morning (10:00 – 13:00)

In the morning section we will analyze issues related to Heritage Interpretation (section 1), the preservation and dissemination of Heritage in danger (section 2), personalisation of users visit (section 3) and the acquisition and reproduction of heritage artifacts and sites (section 4).

10:00 – 12:00 Presentations (15 min each)

80 - Rocio Ruiz-Rodarte
Interactive Showcases for a Site Museum at Calakmul

174 - Davide Pantile, Matteo Ventrella and Antonio Mazzeo
Interactive Showcase and Museum Guide System Using Bluetooth Low Energy Beacons

315 - Jongwook Lee, Jihyung Lee, Jae Woo Kim, Kyung-Kyu Kang and Man Hee Lee
The Digital Heritage Simulation Technology for Korean Traditional Architectures

393 - Pedro Cano, Manuel García, Juan Carlos Torres, Francisco Lamolda and Silvia Perez
Interactive 3D Application for the Multimedia Valorization of the Restoration Process of the Fountain of the Lions of the Alhambra Based on 3D Laser Scanner Registration

330 - Daniel Pletinckx, Dries Nollet and Carlotta Capurro
V-MusT Competence Centre

173 - Nikos Grammalidis and Kosmas Dimitropoulos
Intangible Treasures - Capturing the Intangible Cultural Heritage and Learning the Rare Know-How of Living Human Treasures

175 - Jana Rodic and Marko Todorovic
1914

289 - Fathi Saleh, Mohammad Nabil and Nessma Sameer
The Wall of Knowledge

427 - Daniela Petrelli, Mark T. Marshall, Elena Not, Massimo Zancanaro, Dario Cavada, Adriano Venturini, Thomas Kubitza and Martin Risseeuw
meSch: Implementing the Internet of Things for Cultural Heritage

177 - Ashley Richter, Mike Hess and Vid Petrovic
A Proposal for A Digital & Physical Installation of Techno-Scientific-Art Research: Open Access Antiquarianism at the Digital Heritage Expo 2015

211 - Pedro Santos, Martin Ritz, Reimar Tausch, Hendrik Schmedt, Rafael Monroy Rodriguez, Constanze Fuhrmann, Matevz Domajnko, Martin Knuth and Dieter Fellner
CultLab3D - Fast and Economic 3D Mass-Digitization

176 - Daniele Calisi, Francesca Giannone, Claudia Ventura, Paolo Salonia, Fabio Cottefoglie and Vittorio Amos Ziparo
A Robotic Approach to Digitization of Indoor and Underground Cultural Heritage Sites

375 - Marco Cappellini
Uffizi Touch Cloud

12:00 – 13:00 Exhibition visit for the participants of the workshop


Afternoon (14:30 - 19:00)

In the afternoon the following questions will be discussed: how to create an experience for the visitors using interactive and immersive technologies (section 5 and 6), How to store, share, use in a web-based mode digital datasets (section 7) storytelling and computer animation (section 8).

14:30 – 18:00 Presentations (15 min each)

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

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

284 - Bruno Fanini and Enzo D'Annibale
AiRome

350 - Claudio Rufa, Massimiliano Forlani, Eva Pietroni, Francesco Antinucci and Leonardo Rescic
DEFEND THE WALLS! Serious Game for the Valorisation of the Walls of the Ancient City of Paestum

428 - Lev Ledit, Martin Porocnik, Claudia Kogler, Barbara Lippe and Magdalena Novak
Papermint (A Minty Toons World)

215 - Violette Abergel, Renato Saleri, Hervé Lequay and Livio De Luca
KIVI: Bring Virtual Reality to Online 3D Objects Databases

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


500 - Magoga Pinas Azpitarte
Vivir en el Opida

309 - Alejandro Rodríguez Aguilera and Alejandro León
Smartphone-based Remote 3D Interaction for Digital Heritage Applications

375 - Marco Cappellini
Uffizi Touch Cloud

432 - Stefan Lindgren, Daniele Ferdani, Anne-Marie Leander Touati and Emanuel Demetrescu
3D Movie of the House of Caecilius Iucundus in Pompeii

18:00 – 19:00 Exhibition visit for the participants of the workshop

Moderators
avatar for Sofia Pescarin

Sofia Pescarin

Director Virtual Heritage Lab, Italian Nat’l Research Council
Archaeologist, PhD in History and Computing, specialist in GIS, 3d terrain, Open Source approach to Cultural Heritage. She is a researcher at the Institute of Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage of the National Council of Researches in Rome (CNR ITABC), in the Virtual Heritage... Read More →

Tuesday September 29, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Sagan Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

T1 SP2 - Digitization Methodologies (I)
11:30-11:45
195 - Camille Autran and François Guéna
3D Reconstruction for Museums and Scattered Collections (Applied Research for the Alexandre Lenoir’s Museum of French Monuments)

11:45-12:00
254 - E. Keats Webb
Reflected Infrared Imaging: Revisiting the Fundamentals

12:00-12:15
183 - Angela Bellia
The Virtual Recontructions of an Ancient Musical Instrument: The Aulos of Selinus

12:15-12:30
213 - Eva Peccenini, Matteo Bettuzzi, Rosa Brancaccio, Franco Casali, Maria Pia Morigi, Laura Piro, Viviana Lanzarini, Antonio Todero, Luisa Leonardi and Elios Sequi
A New Way to Enrich Museum Experience Through X-ray Tomography The Diagnostic Study of a Wax Anatomical Model of the 18th Century Made by Anna Morandi Manzolini

12:30-12:45
345 - Joo-Pyo Hong, Zongming Zhang and Jiho Han
Reconstruction of the Woodblock Using Three-dimensional Scanning and Computer Numerical Control Machining

12:45-13:00
295 - David Vacas Madrid, Elina Rodríguez Millán and Jesús Francisco Torres Martínez
Documentation and Preservation of an Iron Age Site Through Photogrammetry: The Case of Monte Bernorio

13:00-13:15
307 - Juan Gregorio Rejas and Javier Bonatti
Remote Sensing Applied to the Study of the Cultural and Natural Heritage in the Mesoamerican Corridor

13:15-13:30
374 - Panagiotis Parthenios, Alexandros Petinarelis, Sofia Loussa and Nicky Efraimidou
Three Modes of a Monument's 3D Virtual Reconstruction - The Case of Yali Tzamisi in Chania, Crete

Moderators
avatar for Matteo Dellepiane

Matteo Dellepiane

Researcher, Visual Computing Laboratory - ISTI - CNR - Italy
ISTI-CNR

Speakers
avatar for Camille Autran

Camille Autran

UMR MAP-MAACC
Camille Autran (pron : otʀɑ̃) Engineer of the French School Centrale Nantes, Camille Autran specialized in cultural heritage modeling and the application of digital technologies to Arts and Culture. She worked as an intern in Québec on the virtual visit of the chapel of the Ursulines... Read More →
avatar for Joo-Pyo Hong

Joo-Pyo Hong

associate prof, KOREATECH
studied in mechanical design and production engineering field worked for semiconductor manufacturing technology teaching at industrial design engineering
avatar for David Vacas Madrid

David Vacas Madrid

Researcher, IMBEAC
avatar for Eva Peccenini

Eva Peccenini

Post Doc, Centro Fermi of Rome and University of Bologna
avatar for E. Keats Webb

E. Keats Webb

Imaging Specialist & SEAHA Student, Smithsonian MCI, University of Brighton & SEAHA CDT
E. KEATS WEBB is the Digital Imaging Specialist at the Smithsonian’s Museum Conservation Institute (MCI). She received a BFA in photography from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2007). She has been working at the Museum Conservation Institute in various imaging capacities... Read More →


Tuesday September 29, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Faraday Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

T3 Poster Session
58 - Ahmad Baik and Jan Boehm
Building Information Modelling for Historical Building Historic Jeddah - Saudi Arabia

196 - Matthieu Quantin, Benjamin Hervy, Florent Laroche and Jean-Louis Kerouanton
Mass Customization for Cultural Heritage 3D Models

227 - Nicola Maiellaro
A.I.M. - Advanced Interactive Map

266 - Jorge Garcia Fernandez, Joutsiniemi Anssi, Yushin Ahn and Juan Jose Fernandez
Quantitative + Qualitative Information for Heritage Conservation, Paving the Way to Historical-BIM

272 - Maja Jerala
Virtuuvius - Automated Drawing of Temple Architecture According to Vitruvius: The Case of the Temple of Hercules in Celje, Slovenia

304 - Nicola Gabellieri, Alessandro Panetta and Valentina Pescini
GIS Applications for Environmental Archaeology and Historical Ecology: Problems and Potentialities. The Case Study of Punta Mesco (Cinque Terre National Park - Italy)

328 - Jongwook Lee, Jihyung Lee, Jae Woo Kim, Kyung-Kyu Kang, Man Hee Lee and Boncheol Goo
Time-based Database for Creation of Korean Traditional Wooden Building

390 - Alessandro De Masi
From Knowledge to Complex Representation: Interpretation of Material Systems, Survey Guidelines and its Reading Criteria, Multi-Representations of Virtual 3D City Models for Cultural Heritage

87 - Antonino Cosentino, Mariateresa Galizia, Cettina Santagati, Carmelo Scandurra, Mariarita Sgarlata and Samantha Stout
Multidisciplinary Investigations on the Byzantine Oratory of the Catacombs of Saint Lucia in Syracuse

158 - Bruno Amaral de Andrade and Renata Hermanny de Almeida
Mapping Identity with Geo-technology: Montelupo/Italy Versus Santa Leopoldina/Brazil

216 - Dai Whan An and Hyun Woo Yang
A Survey of Column-leaning in Korean Traditional Wooden Architecture Structures Using 3D Scandata - With a Focus on the Columns of the Sungryeoljeon in Namhansanseong -

219 - José Luis Sánchez, Jesús Sánchez and Óscar Merlo
3D Visualisation of Archaeological Structures from Geophysical Explorations in Alarcos site Sector III (Ciudad Real)

221 - Insidde Consortium and Javier Gutiérrez Meana
INSIDDE Project: Unveiling the Secrets of Art Through Graphene-based Terahertz Technologies

238 - Effie Athanassopoulos and Kim Shelton
Ceramics and 3D Modeling: A Medieval Assemblage from Nemea, Greece

252 - Cheikh Niang, Elise Leboucher, Luc Bouiller, Christine Capderou and Claudia Marinica
An Ontological Model for Conservation-restoration of Cultural Objects

263 - Lotte Baltussen, Themistoklis Karavellas and Roeland Ordelman
Exploiting Program Guides for Contextualisation

325 - Oscar Jesús Cosido Cobos, José Luís Lalana Soto, Leticia Terán, Massimiliano Campi, Raffaele Catuogno, Lucia Hernández Ramírez, José Pereda Llamas and Esteban Sainz Vidal
Documentation and 3D Modeling of Railway Industrial Heritage: Study of the Cajo-Santander Locomotive Shed

342 - Maria Cristina Manzetti, Panagiotis Parthenios and Apostolos Sarris
Integrating Traditional Methods with New Technologies

352 - Nika Luznik and Michael Klein
Interdisciplinary Workflow for Virtual Archaeology

278 - Alessio Cardaci, Antonella Versaci and Giulio Mirabella Roberti
Palazzo Raimondi in Cremona: 3D Survey and Diagnostic Tests for the Knowledge of Construction Techniques and Historical Materials

409 - Michael Page, Bonna Wescoat and William Size
Digital Modeling and Visualization in the Sanctuary of the Great Gods on Samothrace

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Dai Whan An

Dai Whan An

Professor, Dept. History&Culture Contents, Sunmoon University
avatar for Bruno Amaral de Andrade

Bruno Amaral de Andrade

Master post-graduate student in Architecture and Urbanism, Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo
Degree in Architecture and Urbanism at the Federal University of Espirito Santo (2012), with activities in Monitoring and Scientific Initiation. Master in Architecture and Urbanism in the area of ​​concentration "City and Impacts in the Territory", the research line "Equity, Sustainability... Read More →
avatar for Effie Athanassopoulos

Effie Athanassopoulos

Associate Professor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
My primary research interests are in the area of landscape archaeology of Medieval and Post-Medieval Mediterranean. I am applying digital tools and methods to the study of medieval material culture, focusing on ceramics.
avatar for Ahmad Baik

Ahmad Baik

Researcher, University College London (UCL)
Architect Baik is a Lecturer at King Abdul-Aziz University (KAU) and researcher at University College London (UCL), who specialises in Islamic Architecture and Historic buildings “Documentation and management”, since 2007. Architect Baik’s PhD thesis is about using Building... Read More →
avatar for Oscar Cosido

Oscar Cosido

Universidad de Cantabria
Research in 3D Modeling and Artificial Intelligence Hibridation
avatar for Jorge García Fernández

Jorge García Fernández

Postdoc Scholar, School of Architecture, Tampere University of Technology
I am a postdoctoral Scholar in the School of Architecture, Tampere University of Technology (TUT), Finland. Over the last five years, I've been working as researcher at the Architectural Photogrammetry Lab, I got my international PhD in the University of Valladolid, Spain and I was... Read More →
avatar for Nicola Gabellieri

Nicola Gabellieri

University of Genua (Italy)
Ph.D candidate in Historical Geography at the University of Genova. Graduated in 2012 in Contemporary History at the Pisa University. Professional and academic experiences at the Centro IRTA Leonardo of Pisa, the University College of Dublin and the Centro de Divulgación Ambiental... Read More →
avatar for Maja Jerala

Maja Jerala

PhD student, University of Ljubljana, Department of Archaeology
Archaeologist, BA in archaeology, PhD student at the University of Ljubljana. She is prepairing a dissertation about the reconstruction of the temple of Hercules at Celje, which includes all the great interests; roman archaeology, architecture, temples and of course digital heritage... Read More →
avatar for Themistoklis Karavellas

Themistoklis Karavellas

Research & Development, NISV
avatar for Nicola Maiellaro

Nicola Maiellaro

Chief Researcher, National Research Council of Italy
Registered Civil Engineer (1980), Nicola Maiellaro started his activity within the Faculty of Engineering of the Polytechnic of Bari, where he contributed to the start-up of "Computer Aided Design & Computer Graphics" Lab at the Architecture and Town Planning Institute and established... Read More →
avatar for Cristina Manzetti

Cristina Manzetti

Ph.D. student, Technical University of Crete
I am an archaeologist. I am working on virtual archaeology, 3D modeling and Roman theatres.
avatar for Javier Gutiérrez Meana

Javier Gutiérrez Meana

R&D Project Manager, Treelogic
avatar for Giulio Mirabella-Roberti

Giulio Mirabella-Roberti

professor, University of Bergamo
PhD in structural engineering, Msc in Civil Engineering and in Architecture; teaching Restoration and Strengthening of historic buidings.
avatar for Valentina Pescini

Valentina Pescini

PhD, University of Genoa
Speaker
avatar for Matthieu Quantin

Matthieu Quantin

PhD student, IRRCyN - École Centrale de Nantes
avatar for Samantha Stout

Samantha Stout

Center of Interdisciplinary Science for Art, Architecture and Archaeology (CISA3), University of California, San Diego
Ph.D. Materials Science and Engineering, specialization in Cultural Heritage Diagnostics. My doctoral work has focused on analytical challenges for the identification of pigments in artifacts of cultural heritage and archaeology. I come from an interdisciplinary research group at... Read More →
avatar for José Luis Sánchez Sánchez

José Luis Sánchez Sánchez

PhD. Student, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
Professional Archaeologist and Archaeogeophysics


Tuesday September 29, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Cine3 Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

T4 FP2 - Reconstruction and Presentation of Lost Architectures
11:30-12:00
6 - Selma Rizvic and Izabela Skalonjic
Reconstructing Cultural Heritage Objects from Storytelling

12:00-12:30
21 - Andrea Gaucci, Simone Garagnani and Anna Maria Manferdini
Reconstructing the Lost Reality. Archaeological Analysis and Transmedial Technologies for the Fruition of the Etruscan Town of Kainua Through an Augmented Reality Approach

12:30-13:00
52 - Rosa Tamborrino and Fulvio Rinaudo
Digital Urban History as an Interpretation Key of Cities’ Cultural Heritage

13:00-13:30
23 - Hoang Nu Kieu Giang, Peter Ferschin and Monika Di Angelo
Medieval Craftsmen at Castle Waldenfels - Historical Construction Work as Serious Game

Moderators
avatar for Alonzo C. Addison

Alonzo C. Addison

Congress Chair, DigitalHERITAGE 2018
Lon Addison brings over 30 years of leadership in strategic planning and management of digital technology and research in design & engineering, architecture & the arts, heritage & culture, the environment and more. With executive roles spanning the United Nations to Silicon Valley... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Peter Ferschin

Peter Ferschin

Ass.Prof., Vienna University of Technology
avatar for Simone Garagnani

Simone Garagnani

University of Bologna
Simone Garagnani graduated in Architectural Engineering at the University of Bologna, where he attended Ph.D. School with fellowship at D.A. (Department of Architecture); he developed a Ph.D. research entitled: "Digital Models and Design Archives - Integrated systems aimed to architectural... Read More →
avatar for Andrea Gaucci

Andrea Gaucci

Research fellow, Bologna University
Andrea Gaucci is Research fellow at the Alma Mater Studiorum - Bologna University. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Archaeological Heritage, a Master degree in Archaeology and Cultures of the Ancient World at the University of Bologna with a thesis in Etruscology and Italic Archaeology... Read More →
avatar for Selma Rizvic

Selma Rizvic

Associate Professor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering Sarajevo


Tuesday September 29, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

13:30

Lunch
Tuesday September 29, 2015 13:30 - 14:30
Parque de las Ciencias  Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

14:30

Pa 108 - Virtualization and the Democratization ...
Virtualization and the Democratization of Heritage and Archaeology
Herbert Maschner and Matthew Vincent

This panel will highlight and openly discuss a new multi-million dollar research initiative to make some of the world important archaeological collections available on line for global research access. The key to making archaeological collections relevant in the twenty-first century is through the creation of virtual repositories with built –in analytical tools. While many museums and archaeological repositories are now making efforts in 3D visualization, virtual collections, and integrated database management presentations, we must take this further by putting entire collections online in a virtual repository. The goal of the Democratization of Science Project is to use 3D technologies to put entire archaeological collections, or entire museums, online so that any student, any child, any scientist, or any politician, anywhere, can do their own analyses. We suspect that important scientific and educational advancements are often not made simply because people do not have access to the collections. We hope to change this by democratizing access through virtualization, and we have developed the model for how this should be done and implemented the first examples. A new global $10 million project has been funded to get this initiative started.

Herbert Maschner (15min)
  • What we are doing
  • Why we are doing it
  • Issues of Access to Data
  • Not a Virtual Museum

Matthew Vincent (30 min)
  • The Virtual Repository
  • The User Experience
  • The User Interface
  • Conducting online research
  • Media

Corentin Metgy (20 min)
  • Private industry and Cultural Heritage
  • The 3D Revolution
  • Heritage Business Models

Herbert Maschner (30 min)
  • The Big Picture
  • The Politics of Open Science in Archaeology and Heritage
  • The Democratization of Science – Heritage Model
  • Call to Action – The Democratization of Heritage Project


Moderators
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Herbert Maschner

Executive Director and Professor, University of South Florida
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Matthew Vincent

Researcher, digitalMED, Universidad de Murcia
Archaeologist, Coder, Digital Cultural Heritage Professional

Tuesday September 29, 2015 14:30 - 16:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Sala Gutenberg Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

14:30

W 429 - DigitalHeritage 2015 ... (III)
DigitalHeritage 2015: Behind the Expo
Sofia Pescarin

DigitalHeritage Expo is a large exhibition on Digital Heritage that includes around 30 applications presented in 8 main 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.  It is organsed in Granada, inside the Science Museum. The Exhibition is the perfect conjunction between the scientific congress and final users, and between scientists coming from the heritage domain and those coming from ICT and other “hard” sciences.

The workshop represents a unique occasion to understand what's behind the scene of the projects visible at the exhibition, which innovative aspects are developed, which problems have been solved.

The workshop is organised in two sessions, each of them followed by the visit to the exhibit where the authors who presented could answer to more specific questions.

Morning (10:00 – 13:00)

In the morning section we will analyze issues related to Heritage Interpretation (section 1), the preservation and dissemination of Heritage in danger (section 2), personalisation of users visit (section 3) and the acquisition and reproduction of heritage artifacts and sites (section 4).

10:00 – 12:00 Presentations (15 min each)

80 - Rocio Ruiz-Rodarte
Interactive Showcases for a Site Museum at Calakmul

174 - Davide Pantile, Matteo Ventrella and Antonio Mazzeo
Interactive Showcase and Museum Guide System Using Bluetooth Low Energy Beacons

315 - Jongwook Lee, Jihyung Lee, Jae Woo Kim, Kyung-Kyu Kang and Man Hee Lee
The Digital Heritage Simulation Technology for Korean Traditional Architectures

393 - Pedro Cano, Manuel García, Juan Carlos Torres, Francisco Lamolda and Silvia Perez
Interactive 3D Application for the Multimedia Valorization of the Restoration Process of the Fountain of the Lions of the Alhambra Based on 3D Laser Scanner Registration

330 - Daniel Pletinckx, Dries Nollet and Carlotta Capurro
V-MusT Competence Centre

173 - Nikos Grammalidis and Kosmas Dimitropoulos
Intangible Treasures - Capturing the Intangible Cultural Heritage and Learning the Rare Know-How of Living Human Treasures

175 - Jana Rodic and Marko Todorovic
1914

289 - Fathi Saleh, Mohammad Nabil and Nessma Sameer
The Wall of Knowledge

427 - Daniela Petrelli, Mark T. Marshall, Elena Not, Massimo Zancanaro, Dario Cavada, Adriano Venturini, Thomas Kubitza and Martin Risseeuw
meSch: Implementing the Internet of Things for Cultural Heritage

177 - Ashley Richter, Mike Hess and Vid Petrovic
A Proposal for A Digital & Physical Installation of Techno-Scientific-Art Research: Open Access Antiquarianism at the Digital Heritage Expo 2015

211 - Pedro Santos, Martin Ritz, Reimar Tausch, Hendrik Schmedt, Rafael Monroy Rodriguez, Constanze Fuhrmann, Matevz Domajnko, Martin Knuth and Dieter Fellner
CultLab3D - Fast and Economic 3D Mass-Digitization

176 - Daniele Calisi, Francesca Giannone, Claudia Ventura, Paolo Salonia, Fabio Cottefoglie and Vittorio Amos Ziparo
A Robotic Approach to Digitization of Indoor and Underground Cultural Heritage Sites

375 - Marco Cappellini
Uffizi Touch Cloud

12:00 – 13:00 Exhibition visit for the participants of the workshop


Afternoon (14:30 - 19:00)

In the afternoon the following questions will be discussed: how to create an experience for the visitors using interactive and immersive technologies (section 5 and 6), How to store, share, use in a web-based mode digital datasets (section 7) storytelling and computer animation (section 8).

14:30 – 18:00 Presentations (15 min each)

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

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

284 - Bruno Fanini and Enzo D'Annibale
AiRome

350 - Claudio Rufa, Massimiliano Forlani, Eva Pietroni, Francesco Antinucci and Leonardo Rescic
DEFEND THE WALLS! Serious Game for the Valorisation of the Walls of the Ancient City of Paestum

428 - Lev Ledit, Martin Porocnik, Claudia Kogler, Barbara Lippe and Magdalena Novak
Papermint (A Minty Toons World)

215 - Violette Abergel, Renato Saleri, Hervé Lequay and Livio De Luca
KIVI: Bring Virtual Reality to Online 3D Objects Databases

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


500 - Magoga Pinas Azpitarte
Vivir en el Opida

309 - Alejandro Rodríguez Aguilera and Alejandro León
Smartphone-based Remote 3D Interaction for Digital Heritage Applications

375 - Marco Cappellini
Uffizi Touch Cloud

432 - Stefan Lindgren, Daniele Ferdani, Anne-Marie Leander Touati and Emanuel Demetrescu
3D Movie of the House of Caecilius Iucundus in Pompeii

18:00 – 19:00 Exhibition visit for the participants of the workshop

Moderators
avatar for Sofia Pescarin

Sofia Pescarin

Director Virtual Heritage Lab, Italian Nat’l Research Council
Archaeologist, PhD in History and Computing, specialist in GIS, 3d terrain, Open Source approach to Cultural Heritage. She is a researcher at the Institute of Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage of the National Council of Researches in Rome (CNR ITABC), in the Virtual Heritage... Read More →

Tuesday September 29, 2015 14:30 - 16:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Sagan Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

14:30

T2 FP3 - Multispectral Imaging and Rendering
14:30-15:00
126 - Alexandru Duliu, Vogel Jakob, Sister Serafima, Tobias Lasser and Nassir Navab
Illumination Compensation for High-resolution Multispectral Image Mosaicing of Herritage Paintings

15:00-15:30
143 - Irina Mihaela Ciortan, Hilda Deborah, Sony George and Jon Yngve Hardeberg
Color and Hyperspectral Ink Segmentation for Historical Documents

15:30-16:00
146 - Samantha Stout, James Strawson, Eric Lo and Falko Kuester
The WAVEcam: Ultra-High Resolution Imaging of Paintings

Moderators
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Roberto Scopigno

Research Director at CNR-ISTI, Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione (ISTI) Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)
Roberto won a permanent researcher position at CNR-CNUCE in 1986, become Senior Researcher in 1997 and finally Research Dierctor in 2001 at ISTI. Since 1990 he had joint appointments at the Department of Computer Engineering and at the Department of Computer Science of the University... Read More →

Speakers
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Irina Mihaela Ciortan

Early Stage Researcher, The Norwegian Colour and Visual Computing Laboratory (GUC)
I hold a MSc of Color in Informatics and Media Technology, I studied in three different European universities and I am involved in the Color and Space in Cultural Heritage (COSCH) project. I believe that multimedia technologies offer powerful tools towards the understanding, analysis... Read More →
AD

Alexandru Duliu

PhD Student, Computer Aided Medical Procedures and Augmented Reality, Technische Universität München
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Samantha Stout

Center of Interdisciplinary Science for Art, Architecture and Archaeology (CISA3), University of California, San Diego
Ph.D. Materials Science and Engineering, specialization in Cultural Heritage Diagnostics. My doctoral work has focused on analytical challenges for the identification of pigments in artifacts of cultural heritage and archaeology. I come from an interdisciplinary research group at... Read More →


Tuesday September 29, 2015 14:30 - 16:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

14:30

T3 FP4 - Analysis and Interpretation (I)
14:30-15:00
13 - Ruggero Pintus, Ying Yang, Enrico Gobbetti and Holly Rushmeier
An Automatic Word-spotting Framework for Medieval Manuscripts

15:00-15:30
20 - Oliver Cossairt, Jack Tumblin, Xiang Huang, Harriet Stratis, Mary Broadway, Greg Bearman, Eric Doehne, Marc Walton, Nathan Matsuda, Aggelos Katsaggelos and Dale Kronkright
Surface Shape Studies of the Art of Paul Gauguin

15:30-16:00
43 - Alessandra Meschini, Graziano Leoni, Enrica Petrucci, Filippo Sicuranza, Alessandro Zona, Quintilio Piattoni, Luigino Dezi and Andrea Dall'Asta
An integrated Survey Experience for Assessing the Seismic Vulnerability of Senigallia’s Fortress (Italy): Documentation for Conservation and FEM Modeling

16:00-16:30
56 - Marco Gaiani, Fabrizio I. Apollonio, Paolo Clini and Ramona Quattrini
A Mono-instrumental Approach to High-quality 3D Reality-based Semantic Models. Application on the Palladio Library

Moderators
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Livio de Luca

Research Director, DigitalHeritage 2013 chair, CNRS- french National Centre for Scientific Research
Architect, PhD in engineering, HDR (habilitation) in Computer Science, Livio De Luca is research director at CNRS (french national centre for scientific research) and director of the MAP (Models and simulations for architecture and cultural heritage) lab. Scientific advisor and member... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Ruggero Pintus

Ruggero Pintus

Researcher, CRS4 - Center for Advanced Studies, Research, and Development in Sardinia
Ruggero Pintus studied Electronic Engineering at the University of Cagliari in Italy, where he received his master’s degree in April 2003. In 2004, he started working as a researcher at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (DIEE). He received the Ph.D. degree... Read More →
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Ramona Quattrini

Temporary researcher, Dicea - Università Politecnica delle Marche
Ramona Quattrini joined the Dept. DARDUS at the Università Politecnica delle Marche, as a Ph.D. student in Engineering-Architecture. She obtained her PhD in 2008 discussing a thesis on Masters of architecture. Now she is temporary researcher in the Dept. Construction, Civil Engineering... Read More →
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Marc Sebastian Walton

Co-Director, Research Professor, Center for Scientific Studies in the Arts
Marc Walton joined the Northwestern University / Art Institute of Chicago Center for Scientific Studies in the Arts in 2013 as its inaugural Senior Scientist and as a Research Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Northwestern University. In January of 2018, he was appointed... Read More →


Tuesday September 29, 2015 14:30 - 16:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Faraday Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

14:30

T5 SP3 - Serious Games, Storytelling and Intangible Heritage
14:30-14:45
110 - Francesca Dagnino, Francesca Pozzi, Erdal Yilmaz, Nikos Grammalidis, Kosmas Dimitropoulos and Filareti Tsalakanidou
Designing Serious Games for ICH Education

14:45-15:00
129 -  Marc Aurel Schnabel and Serdar Aydin
Amphiboly of Digital Heritage

15:00-15:15
224 - Bruno Fanini and Alfonsina Pagano
Interface Design for Serious Game Visual Strategies: The Case Study of “Imago Bononiae”

15:15-15:30
209 - Arnoud Goos
Archiving Broadcasters’ Websites: Considerations on Web Archiving as Context to the Radio and Television Collection

15:30-15:45
416 - Aisha Al-Missned and Divakaran Liginlal
Voices of Al-Khor: A Study in Digital Cultural Heritage

15:45-16:00
78 - Maria Grazia Girotto and Stefano Pisu
The National Cinema Museum of Torino: A Comprehensive Digital Strategy

16:00-16:15
230 - Cristian Lorenzini, Marcello Carrozzino, Chiara Evangelista, Franco Tecchia, Massimo Bergamasco and Alexandra Angeletaki
A Virtual Laboratory: An Immersive VR Experience to Spread Ancient Libraries Heritage

Moderators
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Selma Rizvic

Associate Professor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering Sarajevo

Speakers
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Francesca Dagnino

Research Fellow, Istituto Tecnologie Didattiche del Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
FRANCESCA M. DAGNINO is a research fellow at the Istituto per le Tecnologie Didattiche of the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR). She is a psychologist and a cognitive-behavioural psychotherapist. In the last five years she participated in several national and international... Read More →
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Bruno Fanini

R&D Immersive VR / 3D programmer, CNR-ITABC
avatar for Maria Grazia Girotto

Maria Grazia Girotto

Head of Communications, Marketing and Public Relations, The National Cinema Museum
Responsible for the Museum's communications strategies and activities related to public image, advertising, marketing, promotion, web, fund raising and events; project manager of the museum’s digital innovation and oversees communications and marketing for the film festivals organized... Read More →
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Arnoud Goos

Ingest Coordinator, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
Web archiving Digitization of film, video, audio
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Alfonsina Pagano

CNR - Grant Holder, CNR-ITABC
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Marc Aurel Schnabel

Dean, Faculty Architecture & Design, Victoria University of Wellington
Marc Aurel Schnabel is the Dean of the Faculty of Architecture and Design, Professor in Architectural Tech-nology at the School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand and Visiting Professor at School of Architecture, Sheffield University. Trained as an Architect... Read More →


Tuesday September 29, 2015 14:30 - 16:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Cine3 Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

16:30

Coffee
Tuesday September 29, 2015 16:30 - 17:00
Parque de las Ciencias  Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

17:00

W 429 - DigitalHeritage 2015 ... (IV)
DigitalHeritage 2015: Behind the Expo
Sofia Pescarin

DigitalHeritage Expo is a large exhibition on Digital Heritage that includes around 30 applications presented in 8 main 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.  It is organsed in Granada, inside the Science Museum. The Exhibition is the perfect conjunction between the scientific congress and final users, and between scientists coming from the heritage domain and those coming from ICT and other “hard” sciences.

The workshop represents a unique occasion to understand what's behind the scene of the projects visible at the exhibition, which innovative aspects are developed, which problems have been solved.

The workshop is organised in two sessions, each of them followed by the visit to the exhibit where the authors who presented could answer to more specific questions.

Morning (10:00 – 13:00)

In the morning section we will analyze issues related to Heritage Interpretation (section 1), the preservation and dissemination of Heritage in danger (section 2), personalisation of users visit (section 3) and the acquisition and reproduction of heritage artifacts and sites (section 4).

10:00 – 12:00 Presentations (15 min each)

80 - Rocio Ruiz-Rodarte
Interactive Showcases for a Site Museum at Calakmul

174 - Davide Pantile, Matteo Ventrella and Antonio Mazzeo
Interactive Showcase and Museum Guide System Using Bluetooth Low Energy Beacons

315 - Jongwook Lee, Jihyung Lee, Jae Woo Kim, Kyung-Kyu Kang and Man Hee Lee
The Digital Heritage Simulation Technology for Korean Traditional Architectures

393 - Pedro Cano, Manuel García, Juan Carlos Torres, Francisco Lamolda and Silvia Perez
Interactive 3D Application for the Multimedia Valorization of the Restoration Process of the Fountain of the Lions of the Alhambra Based on 3D Laser Scanner Registration

330 - Daniel Pletinckx, Dries Nollet and Carlotta Capurro
V-MusT Competence Centre

173 - Nikos Grammalidis and Kosmas Dimitropoulos
Intangible Treasures - Capturing the Intangible Cultural Heritage and Learning the Rare Know-How of Living Human Treasures

175 - Jana Rodic and Marko Todorovic
1914

289 - Fathi Saleh, Mohammad Nabil and Nessma Sameer
The Wall of Knowledge

427 - Daniela Petrelli, Mark T. Marshall, Elena Not, Massimo Zancanaro, Dario Cavada, Adriano Venturini, Thomas Kubitza and Martin Risseeuw
meSch: Implementing the Internet of Things for Cultural Heritage

177 - Ashley Richter, Mike Hess and Vid Petrovic
A Proposal for A Digital & Physical Installation of Techno-Scientific-Art Research: Open Access Antiquarianism at the Digital Heritage Expo 2015

211 - Pedro Santos, Martin Ritz, Reimar Tausch, Hendrik Schmedt, Rafael Monroy Rodriguez, Constanze Fuhrmann, Matevz Domajnko, Martin Knuth and Dieter Fellner
CultLab3D - Fast and Economic 3D Mass-Digitization

176 - Daniele Calisi, Francesca Giannone, Claudia Ventura, Paolo Salonia, Fabio Cottefoglie and Vittorio Amos Ziparo
A Robotic Approach to Digitization of Indoor and Underground Cultural Heritage Sites

375 - Marco Cappellini
Uffizi Touch Cloud

12:00 – 13:00 Exhibition visit for the participants of the workshop


Afternoon (14:30 - 19:00)

In the afternoon the following questions will be discussed: how to create an experience for the visitors using interactive and immersive technologies (section 5 and 6), How to store, share, use in a web-based mode digital datasets (section 7) storytelling and computer animation (section 8).

14:30 – 18:00 Presentations (15 min each)

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

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

284 - Bruno Fanini and Enzo D'Annibale
AiRome

350 - Claudio Rufa, Massimiliano Forlani, Eva Pietroni, Francesco Antinucci and Leonardo Rescic
DEFEND THE WALLS! Serious Game for the Valorisation of the Walls of the Ancient City of Paestum

428 - Lev Ledit, Martin Porocnik, Claudia Kogler, Barbara Lippe and Magdalena Novak
Papermint (A Minty Toons World)

215 - Violette Abergel, Renato Saleri, Hervé Lequay and Livio De Luca
KIVI: Bring Virtual Reality to Online 3D Objects Databases

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


500 - Magoga Pinas Azpitarte
Vivir en el Opida

309 - Alejandro Rodríguez Aguilera and Alejandro León
Smartphone-based Remote 3D Interaction for Digital Heritage Applications

375 - Marco Cappellini
Uffizi Touch Cloud

432 - Stefan Lindgren, Daniele Ferdani, Anne-Marie Leander Touati and Emanuel Demetrescu
3D Movie of the House of Caecilius Iucundus in Pompeii

18:00 – 19:00 Exhibition visit for the participants of the workshop

Moderators
avatar for Sofia Pescarin

Sofia Pescarin

Director Virtual Heritage Lab, Italian Nat’l Research Council
Archaeologist, PhD in History and Computing, specialist in GIS, 3d terrain, Open Source approach to Cultural Heritage. She is a researcher at the Institute of Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage of the National Council of Researches in Rome (CNR ITABC), in the Virtual Heritage... Read More →

Tuesday September 29, 2015 17:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Sagan Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

17:00

T2 Poster Session
199 - Mohamed Khalil, Karim Omar and Sameh Oransa
Resolving the Conflict Between High Visual Quality and High Performance in Virtual Reality Applications Keys to Rome Project as Case Study

208 - Paloma Diaz, Andrea Bellucci and Ignacio Aedo
Enabling Social Interaction in the Museum Through the Social Display Environment

239 - Davide Pantile, Roberto Frasca, Antonio Mazzeo, Matteo Ventrella and Giovanni Verreschi
Innovative Systems for the Enjoyment of Pictorial Works - The Experience of Gallerie dell'Accademia Museum in Venice

271 - Maria Vayanou, Akrivi Katifori, Vassilis Kourtis, Erna Bomers, Niels de Jong, Manos Karvounis and Yannis Ioannidis
Interactive Experiences in the Stedelijk Museum, A Living Lab Experiment with the CHESS Framework

311 - Sara Monaci, Domenico Morreale, Gianluca Cuniberti, Mariano Equizzi and Andrea Sanna
StoryTECH 4 EVER - Storytelling TECHnologies for European Values and hERitage

95 - Simone Garagnani, Luisa Bravo and José Manuel Pagés Madrigal
The Lion’s Gate and the Persian Wall in Byblos - Opening the Doors of Digital Representation to the Cultural Heritage of a Resilient City in Lebanon

86 - Davide Borra
Digital Panorama

93 - Franz Fischnaller, Antonella Guidazzoli, Silvano Imboden, Daniele De Luca, Maria Chiara Liguori, Alfonsina Russo, Maria Anna De Lucia and Rita Cosentino
Sarcophagus of the Spouses Installation - Intersection Across Archaeology, 3D Video Mapping and Holographic Techniques Combined with Immersive Narrative Environments and Scenography

111 - Markus Schütz and Michael Wimmer
High-Quality Point Based Rendering Using Fast Single Pass Interpolation

137 - Alfonsina Pagano, Giulia Armone and Elisabetta De Sanctis
Virtual Museums and Audience Studies, the Case of “Keys To Rome” Exhibition

222 - Franz Fischnaller and Frédéric Noël
Kinesthetic Sense of Presence and Haptic Interaction in Stereoscopic Immersive Virtual Environments Based in Renaissance Art

251 - Georgia Kontogianni and Andreas Georgopoulos
A Realistic Gamification Attempt for the Ancient Agora of Athens

262 - Susanne Haake and Wolfgang Müller
New Memory Spaces for Cultural History – Digital Heritage Games in a Augmented World

269 - Osama Elrawi
The Digital ArchiMusic Patterns in Alhambra

331 - Michael Ludwig and Gary Meyer
Environment Map Based Lighting for Reflectance Transformation Images

351- Mohamed Farouk, Mohamed Ismail Ibrahim and Karam Mustafa
VR Multiple Channel Authoring with Immersive Display

354 - Laurent Bergerot
A MetaViewer for Sharing Multiple Media by WebGL-based Interfaces

388 - Daniel Pacheco, Sytse Wierenga, Pedro Omedas, Habbo Knoch, Stephanie Billib, Stefan Wilbricht and Paul Verschure
Embodied Spatial Navigation as a Novel Paradigm for Human Data Interaction in the Digital Heritage Field Using VR/AR Systems and Geolocalization

399 - Javier Esclapés, Daniel Tejerina, Alejandro Martín and Laia Fabregat
Development of a Low-cost Application of Virtual Reality for the Promotion of Cultural Heritage

410 - Kyung-Kyu Kang, Jihyung Lee, Chang Joon Park, Jae Woo Kim and Man Hee Lee
X-Top: An Interactive Exhibition for Building Experience with Mini-components of Stone Pagoda


83 - Muqeem Khan
A Radicalized Phenomenological Transformation Of Greek/Unani Humoral Theory Into A Virtual Reality Based Game Engine

Moderators
avatar for Holger Graf

Holger Graf

DH2015 Publication Chair, Fraunhofer IGD
Holger Graf received his diploma degree in ‘Technomathematik‘ (Industrial Mathematics) from the University of Karlsruhe in 1997 and graduated in 1998 from the department of computer science at the University of Bristol (England) with a M.Sc. in ‘Global Computing and Multimedia... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Giulia Armone

Giulia Armone

Independent researcher
Archaeologist graduated from Roma Tre University, she is interested in technologies applied to Cultural Heritage (in particular photogrammetry, 3D modelling, virtual reconstructions). She has collaborated in projects coordinated by FBK, Smart3k and CNR-ITABC.
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Andrea Bellucci

Assistant Professor, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
My research addresses one question, that I approach from different perspectives: in a world that is constantly changing, how to empower end users with technological tools to design and build their own artifacts? The perspectives include understanding the role of users as designers... Read More →
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Laurent Bergerot

Study Engineer, UMR 3495 MAP CNRS
CNRS Engineer, UMR3495 MAP
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Davide Borra

Principal, NoReal.it
Davide Borra, in an Architect with PhD in Virtual Worlds. He is one of the international expert on Virtual Cultural Heritage, member of various scientific commettee about prizes, conferencies and cultural exhibit. He was been contract professor in the Architecure Faculty of Politecnico... Read More →
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Luisa Bravo

Visiting Assistant Professor in Architecture, Lebanese American University
Luisa Bravo is Adjunct Professor at University of Florence, School of Architecture (Italy) and Visiting Assistant Professor at the Lebanese American University, School of Architecture and Design (Lebanon). She holds a MSc five-year degree in Architectural Engineering (2001) and a... Read More →
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Simone Garagnani

University of Bologna
Simone Garagnani graduated in Architectural Engineering at the University of Bologna, where he attended Ph.D. School with fellowship at D.A. (Department of Architecture); he developed a Ph.D. research entitled: "Digital Models and Design Archives - Integrated systems aimed to architectural... Read More →
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Mohamed Khalil

Head of 3D modeling and visual effects unit, computer graphics section, Center for documentation of cultural and natural heritage / Bibliotheca Alexandrina
Mokhalil@mcit.gov.eg
avatar for Georgia Kontogianni

Georgia Kontogianni

Postgraduate Student, National Technical University of Athens
Rural and Surveying engineer and Postgraduate student in Geoinformatics at National Technical University of Athens. Fields of interest: Photogrammetry, Cultural Heritage, HDR Imaging , Serious Games.
avatar for Vassilis Kourtis

Vassilis Kourtis

Research Assistant, University of Athens
avatar for Sara Monaci

Sara Monaci

Associate Professor, Politecnico di Torino (DIST)
Digital Heritage, Social heritage, Art & Technology, Future Cinema
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Wolfgang Mueller

Professor, Univ. of Education Weingarten
Wolfgang Müller is a Professor for Media Education at the University of Education Weingarten, Germany. There he leads the Media Education and Visualization Group (MEVIS), fostering research in the fields of Technology-enhanced Learning, Human-Computer Interaction, and Information... Read More →
avatar for Alfonsina Pagano

Alfonsina Pagano

CNR - Grant Holder, CNR-ITABC



Tuesday September 29, 2015 17:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Cine3 Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

17:00

T3 WP1 - Experience, Interpretation, Learning and Intangible Heritage
17:00-17:15
232 - Marcello Carrozzino, Cristian Lorenzini, Chiara Evangelista, Franco Tecchia and Massimo Bergamasco
AMICA: Virtual Reality as a Tool for Learning and Communicating the Craftsmanship of Engraving

17:15-17:30
248 - Kevin Jacquot, Tommy Messaoudi and Livio De Luca
Knowledge-based Approach for the 3D Modeling of Masonry Structures

17:30-17:45
299 - Shadrack Katuu and Mpho Ngoepe
Managing Digital Heritage – an Analysis of the Education and Training Curriculum for Africa’s Archives and Records Professionals

17:45-18:00
335 - Isabella Gagliardi and Maria Teresa Artese
Create Your Menu: Discovering Traditional Recipes

18:00-18:15
84 - Muqeem Khan
Archive To Repertoire: Motion Capture & Motion Sensing Data For Digital Intangible Heritage (DIH)

18:15-18:30
316 - Maria Teresa Artese and Isabella Gagliardi
Carousel Rides: New Tools for Navigation in Intangible Cultural Heritage

18:30-18:45
384 - Huaxiang He
The Lost of Myth in the Digital Age: A Study Based on Investigation of China's Guangxi Province

18:45-19:00
397 - Giuliana De Francesco, Monika Hagedorn-Saupe, Maria Teresa Natale and Werner Schweibenz
Digital Exhibitions, a Powerful Tool for Cultural Institutions Audience Development : The Athenaplus-supported International Working Group on Digital Exhibitions

Moderators
avatar for Lisa Fischer

Lisa Fischer

Director, Center for Digital Initiatives, Jamestown Rediscovery Foundation

Speakers
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Maria Teresa Artese

Researcher, National Research Council - ITC, Italy
MARIA TERESA ARTESE took her degree in Computer Science at the University of Milan in 1990, and since then till 2000 she has been working in a private as programmer. Since 2000 she has been working at the Institute of Multimedia Information Technologies of the Italian National Research... Read More →
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Marcello Carrozzino

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna - TeCIP Institute
Don't Panic. Never.
avatar for Giuliana De Francesco

Giuliana De Francesco

Head of unit, European multilateral relations; National expert in the OMC Group Access to culture via digital means: pol, Ministry for cultural heritage, cultural activities and tourism
Culture, heritage, technology and society: policies, projects, practices; Audience development via digital means; Digital exhibitions; Digital culture; Hybrid culture.
avatar for Huaxiang He

Huaxiang He

Ph.D, associate professor, Wuzhou University
What should the communication of cultural heritage be like in the digital age? What can we do?
avatar for Shadrack Katuu

Shadrack Katuu

Head of the Records Unit, International Atomic Energy Agency
Shadrack Katuu Phd completed his Undergraduate Degree in Kenya, Masters Studies in Canada and Doctoral Studies in South Africa. He has worked in Botswana, Canada, Kenya, South Africa and the US. He is currently Head of the Records Unit at the International Atomic Energy Agency in... Read More →
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Muqeem Khan

Ph.D Researcher, University of New South Wales
As a visual effect artist, Muqeem Khan’s motion picture credits with Walt Disney and Square USA are Deep Rising, George of the Jungle, Flubber, Armageddon and Final Fantasy. He holds BS in Interior Design and MA in Industrial Design from the Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio... Read More →
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Tommy Messaoudi

PhD Student, UMR CNRS/MCC 3495 MAP
I'm Phd Student in MAP Laboratory located in Marseille and my thesis is entitled: Proposition of an ontology dedicated to collaborative study for the conservation state of masonry structures.


Tuesday September 29, 2015 17:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Sala Gutenberg Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

17:00

T4 SP4 - Assessment of Methodologies and Tools in DH
17:00-17:15
194 - Gabriele Guidi, Laura Micoli, Sara Gonizzi, Matthew Brennan and Bernard Frischer
Image-based 3D Capture of Cultural Heritage Artifacts - An Experimental Study about 3D Data Quality

17:15-17:30
17 - Dimitris Tsipotas and Vassiliki Spathopoulou
An Assesment of Research on 3D Digital Representation of Ancient Greek Furniture, Using Surviving Archaelological Artefacts

17:30-17:45
274 - Alfonsina Pagano and Ivana Cerato
Evaluation of the Educational Potentials of Interactive Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage. The “Keys To Rome” Exhibition Case Study

17:45-18:00
237 - Mona Hess
Online Survey about Current Use of 3D Imaging and its User Requirements in Cultural Heritage Institutions

18:00-18:15
403 - Mariusz Dzieglewski
The Policies on Digitalization of Cultural Heritage versus On-Line Strategies and Practices The Case Study on Poland

18:15-18:30
206 - Iwona Dudek, Jean-Yves Blaise, Livio De Luca, Laurent Bergerot and Noémie Renaudin
How Was This Done? An Attempt at Formalising and Memorising a Digital Asset’s Making-of

18:30-18:45
353 - Raef Mousheimish, Yehia Taher, Karine Zeitouni and Michel Dubus
From Passive Monitoring to Proactive Management of Artworks Transportation Processes

18:45-19:00
386 - Nikolaos Myridis
Culture’s Definition

Moderators
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Andreas Georgopoulos

Prof. of Photogrammetry, National Technical Univ. of Athens
Geometric documentation of Monuments, movable or not and also Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Speakers
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Ivana Cerato

fellow researcher, CNR-ITABC
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Gabriele Guidi

VSMM Vice President, Politecnico di Milano
Gabriele Guidi is Associate Professor of Computer Vision and Reverse Engineering at Politecnico di Milano (Italy). He received his M.S. degree in Electronic Engineering in 1988 and Ph.D. in 1992 from the Universities of Florence and Bologna respectively. He started his researches... Read More →
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Mona Hess

Research Manager & Research Associate, UCL Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering
Mona Hess offers a cross-disciplinary approach for 3D imaging metrology and 3D printing in cultural heritage, arts&humanities and for creative industries. She also holds a PhD in same subject area. Specialized in 3D colour imaging and replica for museum objects she has taken on... Read More →
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Raef Mousheimish

PhD. Student, University of Versailles
Very interested in new sciences and applicable theories, and really like to be involved in discussions regarding these matters. Currently, I am a new PhD. student, that is with logistics and transportation processes. Among the topics that I am researching are business process management... Read More →
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Alfonsina Pagano

CNR - Grant Holder, CNR-ITABC


Tuesday September 29, 2015 17:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Faraday Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

17:00

T5 FP5 - Interactive Technologies and Storytelling
17:00-17:30
42 - Stefania Iurilli and Manuela Incerti
Schifanoia Palace in Ferrara. A Virtual Storytelling for its Knowledge and Dissemination

17:30-18:00
77 - Jacqueline Floch and Shanshan Jiang
One Place, Many Stories - Digital Storytelling for Cultural Heritage Discovery in the Landscape

18:00-18:30
103 - Eva Pietroni, Massimiliano Forlani and Claudio Rufa
"Livia's Villa Reloaded": An Example of Re-use and Update of a Pre-existing Virtual Museum, Following a Novel Approach in Storytelling Inside Virtual Reality Environments

18:30-19:00
144 - Helena Murteira, Paulo Rodrigues, Luís Miguel Sequeira and Alexandra Câmara
Virtual Lost Cities: The Case of Pre-earthquake Lisbon

Moderators
avatar for Antonella Guidazzoli

Antonella Guidazzoli

Team Leader digital heritage area, CINECA Interuniversity Consortium

Speakers
avatar for Jacqueline Floch

Jacqueline Floch

Senior scientist, SINTEF ICT
User empowerment towards more inclusive societies is a key issue in my current research. I study how digital technology can be exploited as an enabler to increase user participation in society, and this taking care of avoiding the digital divide. This topic is relevant in different... Read More →
avatar for Stefania Iurilli

Stefania Iurilli

Adjunct Professor, Università degli Studi di Ferrara
Stefania Iurilli is an architect and PhD, specialized in Survey and Representation of Architecture and Environment. She graduated in architecture in 2005 at the University of Florence. She is interested in the issues of the digital survey and advanced representation, participating... Read More →
avatar for Helena Murteira

Helena Murteira

Senior Researcher, Centre for Art History and Artistic Research (CHAIA), University of Évora
Art historian, PhD (University of Edinburgh, 2006). Senior researcher at the Centre for Art History and Artistic Research (CHAIA) – University of Évora, Portugal. Works at the Gulbenkian Archives, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal. Main research areas: history of... Read More →
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Eva Pietroni

Researcher co-responsible VHlab, CNR
Eva Pietroni Art historian and a musician, researcher specialized in conservation and communication of Cultural Heritage at the Institute of Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage in Rome, Italy. Project coordinator for cross-disciplinary projects at national and international... Read More →


Tuesday September 29, 2015 17:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

20:00

Albaicin Walking Tour
Guided walking tour of the Albaicin, the most authentic quarter of Granada declared World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1994. The price includes bus from the Parque de las Ciencias to the Albaicin in order to start the visit at "Mirador de San Cristobal".

Tuesday September 29, 2015 20:00 - 21:30
Albaicín - Granada

21:30

Tapas Route

Tapas are a very characteristic part of Spanish eating and vary from region to region. Some say it was a particular King who insisted that a small piece of food (olives, cheese, cured ham) be placed over the top of a glass of wine, “covering” (in Spanish, tapando – hence the origin of the word) the drink.


Tuesday September 29, 2015 21:30 - 23:30
Granada
 
Wednesday, September 30
 

08:00

Córdoba
Cordoba has been catalogued as Patrimony of the Humanity and Compendium of History and culture. This visit includes a guided walking tour of the historical city centre, the ancient Jewish quarter, which is formed by narrow alleys and typical whitewashed houses  with their unique Andalusian patios and the Synagogue. This visit will guide you to the jewel of Cordoba, its Mezquita (Major Mosque of Cordoba). Then you will enjoy lunch and some free time. Returning across the Andalusian Legacy Route of the Caliphate. 

The visit includes:
  - Guide in English
  - Entry to the Mezquita
  - Transport
  - Lunch

Wednesday September 30, 2015 08:00 - 20:00
Córdoba

08:30

Úbeda - Baeza
Ubeda and Baeza were declared World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 2003 for their Renaissance Monumental Ensemble. The visit includes a guided walking tour of the historical centre of both cities visiting monuments like the Holy Chapel of the Saviour and the Cathedral of Baeza. Then you will enjoy lunch and some free time. Returning across the sea of olive trees of Jaen.   

The visit includes:   
  - Guide in English
  - Entry to the Holy Chapel of the Saviour and the Cathedral of Baeza
  - Transport
  - Lunch

Wednesday September 30, 2015 08:30 - 20:00
Úbeda / Baeza

09:00

Alpujarra
La Alpujarra is one of the richest botanical enclaves in Europe. You will pass through Lanjaron, famous resort of medicinal water, Orgiva, regional centre of the Alpujarra and a series of pictorial villages such as Carataunas, Pitres, or Trevelez (the highest village of Spain). You will visit a typical “cura de jamones” (dry of typical Iberian hams). Later you will move towards Pórtugos where you will see the fountain Agria (rich in iron) and you will enjoy lunch and some free time. Then you will visit Pampaneira, where you will walk through its streets just to discover the typical architecture of Alpujarra. Finally you will enjoy some free time and return back to Granada.

The visit includes:
  - Guide in English
  - Transport
  - Lunch

Wednesday September 30, 2015 09:00 - 20:00
Alpujarra

10:00

Digital Heritage Expo
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
Antiquarianism

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
CultLab3D

Section 5: Experiencing the Past

284 - Bruno Fanini and Enzo D'Annibale
CNR ITABC, VHLab. Italy
AiRome

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
CNR ITABC, EVOCA. Italy
Tiber Valley VR Museum

350 - Claudio Rufa, Massimiliano Forlani, Eva Pietroni, Francesco Antinucci and Leonardo Rescic
EVOCA, CNR ITABC. Italy
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
KIVI

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.
TranScriptorium

502 - Europeana Foundation and Europeana partners and contributors
Europeana Foundation
Europeana


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
CINECA. Italy
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
...

Wednesday September 30, 2015 10:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Pabellón Leonardo da Vinci Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada
 
Thursday, October 1
 

08:00

Registration
Thursday October 1, 2015 08:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias  Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

09:00

Keynote - Luc Van Gool
Photometric Stereo Lets the Small Look Great

Photometric stereo extracts the shape of objects by illuminating them from know directions and by observing how the shading patterns change. At the KU Leuven a "mini-dome" has been built to ease such processes. This mini-dome consists of a hemi-spherical structure, enclosing the object, with a camera looking down towards the center from the top, and covered with multiple LEDs. The latter are activated one by one and each time the camera takes a picture. The object shape can then be integrated out of the estimated local surface orientations. The overall shape (low frequency component of the 3D information) can best be acquired through an additional scanning, but photometric stereo is great at capturing small details (e.g. imprints, residues of writing, ...) that often are crucial for scholars (high frequency shape information). The good news about the mini-dome is that it can be brought to the artefacts rather than the other way round. Moreover, we have been working on ensuring fast computation, such that throughput can be kept reasonable. Last but not least, such photometric devices also allow one to capture surface reflectance properties that go far beyond fixed texture mapping.

Speakers
avatar for Luc	Van Gool

Luc Van Gool

ETH Zurich / KULeuven


Thursday October 1, 2015 09:00 - 10:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

W 27 - Sharing Local Cultural ... (I)
Sharing Local Cultural Heritage Online with LoCloud

This workshop will share the results of the LoCloud project, and stimulate discussion and collaboration between curators, experts and stakeholders in digital libraries, cultural heritage, tourism and local communities. It will also showcase work in supporting small and medium sized cultural institutions in making their digitised collections discoverable online, via portals such as Europeana and other applications. The workshop will highlight:

  • Work with small and medium sized institutions to make their content discoverable within Europeana
  • Cloud-based computing services which are helping to put local heritage content online and make it more searchable and interoperable
  • Development of a variety of specialised microservices, including geographic location and map based services for local heritage
  • Support for communities and cultural tourism, by enabling local heritage to be included in mobile and other applications

Local and regional cultural institutions (museums, libraries, archives and heritage organizations) hold unique collections about the heritage and identity of local communities. These collections range from descriptions of local archaeological monuments, historic buildings, maps, images, local history archives, museum archives and documents relating to the crafts, industries and social history of local communities. Digitisation of collections is creating positive assets for supporting public interest, education, research, local conservation management and cultural tourism, but work remains to be done to help make the collections held by smaller institutions more widely available.

Europeana (www.europeana.eu) is an online portal that provides access to millions of items of digitised material from European museums, libraries, archives and audio-visual collections. Projects such as Europeana Local (www.europeanalocal.eu) and CARARE (www.carare.eu) have worked with local heritage institutions to help to establish ‘pipelines’ to enable them to make their collections available to Europeana’s growing user base. The LoCloud Best Practice Network (www.locloud.eu) has continued this effort, aiming to explore the potential of cloud-based computing and technical advances to develop services that are specifically designed to support local cultural institutions in making their digital content available online.

Introduction
  • 10:00 – 10:15 LoCloud: Local content in the Europeana Cloud (Kate Fernie)
Technology Case Study
  • 10:15 – 10:30 Geolocation LoGeo API tool (Franc Zakrajsek)
National and Regional Case Studies
  • 10:30 – 10:45 Magic lantern slides and 3D PDFs: Working with diverse content providers (Louise Kennedy)
  • 10:45 – 11:00 Romanian digital collections in Europeana (Sorina Stanca)
  • 11:30 - 11.45 Dynamics and partnership with local associations involved in LoCloud: A study case with Gironde (Agnès Vatican)
  • 11:45 - 12:00 Czech digital collections from the archaeology and architecture domain in Europeana (Irena Blazkova)
  • 12:00 – 12:15 Balkan LoCloud Experience (Jasmina Ninkov and Predrag Djukic)
  • 12:15 – 12:30 The cultural challenge in Umbria: Local institutions growing up in the cloud (Giulia Coletti and Claudia Pazzini)
LoCloud and Communities
  • 12:30 – 12:45 LoCloud Support for communities and cultural tourism (Silvia Alfreider)
  • 12:45 – 13:00 LoCloud: What's in it for me? (Henk Alkemade)
  • 13:00 – 13:30 Concluding Remarks and Discussion (Holly Wright)

Speakers
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Silvia Alfreider

Project manager, National Archives Norway
Silvia Alfreider works as Project Manager at the National Archives of Norway. She has a Masters in Norwegian language, literature and history and a Masters in Fundraising Management for NGOs. Before working with the LoCloud project she worked in another European project: E.C.H.I... Read More →
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Henk Alkemade

head Digital Infrastructure dept, RCE
Digital Heritage projects and applications data-, information-, software- architecture & management geo-archaeology
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Irena Blažková

Researcher, Národní památkový ústav
Irena Blažková graduated as a civil engineer from the Czech Technical University Prague. She has been working at the National Heritage Institute since 1995 in various positions in preservation of monuments, register of monuments, documentation and heritage information systems. She... Read More →
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Giulia Coletti

Responsible for digital projects, Fondazione Ranieri di Sorbello
Giulia Coletti has a specialist degree in History and Information Science (Università degli Studi di Perugia), and is responsible for digital projects in Fondazione Ranieri di Sorbello.
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Predrag Djukic

assistant director, Belgrade City Library
My travel through magical world of librarianship began in 1993 by enrolling in university studies of Library and Information Science. Before that I was passionate about libraries and reading, but once I experienced the “other side” of the libraries I instantly fell in love with... Read More →
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Kate Fernie

Director, 2Culture Associates
My background is in Archaeology and Museums with experience of digital libraries, digital preservation and the online cultural heritage. I am currently operations manager for CARARE and have been involved in projects developing content for Europeana (CARARE, LoCloud and 3D-ICONS... Read More →
LK

Louise Kennedy

Digital Archivist, The Discovery Programme
Louise Kennedy is a digital archivist at The Discovery Programme. She completed a BA in English and the Masters in Archives and Records Management at University College Dublin. Louise worked on literary, religious and research archives before assisting with the digitisation of a major... Read More →
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Jasmina Ninkov

director, Belgrade city Library
I coordinated a number of European projects in Serbia in the field of implementation of ICT in culture: Pulman, Calimera, AccesIT, AccesITplus, Europeana Awareness, LoCloud, DI-XL…and would like to examine the institutions and individuals involved in research, presentation, conservation... Read More →
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Stanca Sorina

director, Cluj County Library
I am a pro active person. I love innovation and good ideas for making libraries more attractive for users. Read also: http://pro.europeana.eu/blogpost/meet-the-members-council-sorina-stanca
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Agnès Vatican

Director, Archives départementales de la Gironde
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Holly Wright

European Projects Manager, Archaeology Data Service
Holly Wright is European Projects Manager at the Archaeology Data Service (ADS); a national archive for archaeological data in the UK (archaeologydataservice.ac.uk), based in the Department of Archaeology, at the University of York. Her research focusses on field drawing, vector graphics... Read More →
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Franc Zakrajsek

Franc J. Zakrajsek is a senior researcher and independent consultant in geographic information systems, GIS portals, GIS web services, digital cultural content, registering cultural heritage and building interoperability frameworks. He is acting as a member of Member's states expert... Read More →


Thursday October 1, 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Curie Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

W 424 - Memento (I)
Memento Workshop @ Digital Heritage
Tatjana Dzambazova and Valerio Rizzo

What is Memento?

High definition 3D from captured reality:

Autodesk Memento is an end-to-end solution that starts by for converting any captured reality input (photos or scans) into high definition 3D meshes and than has a smart and most easy to use modern toolset to clean up, fix, prepare and optimize the 3d models for further digital workflows, AR/VR, 3D printing, or for web experiences. With an unprecedented ease of use, this state-of-the-art tool enables artists, museum curators, scientists, media and entertainments artists and many others to master the reality without any previous 3D or CAD experience nor the necessity of expensive, multiple software solutions and to go beyond pure digitization, but go into new ways of story telling.

 

Pre-requisites for the training session:

None

 

Need to bring/do before the training:

  • your laptop and MOUSE! Super important for not getting frustrated

  • pre-installed Memento : you can download Memento from the Memento web site https://memento.autodesk.com/about . You can download the Windows version or write tatjana.dzambazova@autodesk.com to access the Mac version

  • You need to have an ADSK login to use Memento – if you have no ADSK login, you can create a free one here:

 

Presenters / Coaches:

Tatjana Dzambazova – Product Manager of Memento, Autodesk

Valerio Rizzo – phD Neuroscientist, Scientific Illustrator, 3D Digital Artist and Memento Lion

 

Workshop Overview

  • Quick overview of Memento 10min

  • Live Demo 10min

  • Hands on software training – now You do it! 1hour

  • Best practices for taking photos for successful captures 15min

  • User Examples 10min


Speakers
avatar for Tatjana Dzambazova

Tatjana Dzambazova

Sr. Product Manager, Emerging Technologies, Autodesk
Tatjana Dzambazova is a trained architect with 12 years experience in architecture and design in Vienna and London. Perennially fascinated by how technology enables a more creative life, she decided to continue her career in the digital design world and has now been with Autodesk... Read More →


Thursday October 1, 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Taller Newton Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

T1 Poster Session
19 - Greg Bearman, Wensen Ma, Marc Walton, Oiver Cossairt and Eric Doehne
Crowd-sourced Mobile Phone Images For Built Heritage Conservation Monitoring

276 - Macarena Salcedo Galera, José Calvo López and Anand Shah Kalpeshbhai
Photogrammetric Surveying and Stereotomy.The East hall of the Palace of Charles V in Granada

293 - Ahmed Zegrar
Identification of Desertification Process Using Alsat-1 and Landsat TM Satellite Data in the Algerian Steppe

362 - Renato Saleri, Hervé Lequay and Livio De Luca
A Light Carbon Crane as an Alternative Approach for Vertical Structures and Facade Surveying

406 - João Covas, Victor Ferreira and Luís Mateus
3D Reconstruction with Fisheye Images: Strategies to Survey Complex Heritage Buildings

45 - Arnaud Schenkel and Olivier Debeir
Comparison of Normalized Transfer Functions for Fast Blending-based Color Correction of Scans Acquired Under Natural Conditions

116 - Sara Morena
The Virtual Reconstruction of the Minaret of Mansourah Mosque (Algeria)

383 - Stefanie Wefers, Frank Boochs, Ashish Karmacharya and Guido Heinz
Structural Analysis of Spatial Recording Processes - A Case Study

26 - Óscar J. Cosido, Leticia Terán, Massimiliano Campi, Raffaele Catuogno, Óscar Ruiz, Jesús M. Sendino, Pedro Sarabia, José Pereda and Andrés Iglesias
Representation of the Santander Cathedral by Combination of Different Smart Techniques

28 - Gregorio Soria Tirado, Lidia Ortega Alvarado and Francisco R. Feito Higaruela
Geometry to Web: Jaen’s Cathedral

35 - Vittorio Amos Ziparo, Fabio Cottefoglie, Daniele Calisi, Francesca Giannone, Giorgio Grisetti, Bastian Leibe, Marc Proesmans, Paolo Salonia, Luc Van Gool, Claudia Ventura and Cyrill Stachniss
A New Approach to Digitalization and Data Management of Cultural Heritage Sites

139 - Saúl Retamozo, Fernando Zvietcovich, Diego Arce, Matias Quintana, Sergio Angeles, Benjamin Castañeda and Rafael Aguilar
A Comparison of Digital Modelling Techniques Analyzing a Section of Qhapaq Ñan

152 - Dominique Meyer, Elioth Fraijo, Eric Kwok Cheung Lo, Dominique Rissolo and Falko Kuester
Optimizing UAV Systems for Rapid Survey and Reconstruction of Large Scale Cultural Heritage Sites

247 - Aurore Mathys, Jonathan Brecko, Didier Van den Spiegel, Laurence Cammaert and Patrick Semal
Bringing Collections to the Digital Era: 3 Examples of Integrated High Resolution Digitisations Projects

279 - Mario Wallner, Torrejón Valdelomar Juan, Wolfgang Neubauer, Matthias Kucera, Joachim Brandtner and Vlad Sandici
Application of Georeferenced Archaeological Information Systems for Archaeological Digital Heritage - The Auxiliary Fortress of Carnuntum (Lower Austria)

404 - Laura Serra Oliva, Anna Mura, Alberto Betella, Enrique Martinez and Paul Verschure
Recovering the History of Bergen Belsen Using an Interactive 3D Reconstruction in a Mixed Reality Space: The Role of Pre-knowledge on Memory Recollection.

Moderators
avatar for José Luis Lerma

José Luis Lerma

Prof. of Geomatic Engineering, Polytechnic Univ. of València
Virtual Archaeology Review, Editor-in-Chief CIPA Heritage Documentation, Treasurer Photogrammetry and Laser Scanning Research Group (GIFLE), Director 8th Int. Congress Arqueológica 2.0 - 2016 in Valencia, Congress Director

Speakers
avatar for Oscar Cosido

Oscar Cosido

Universidad de Cantabria
Research in 3D Modeling and Artificial Intelligence Hibridation
avatar for Victor Ferreira

Victor Ferreira

Assistant Professor, Faculdade de Arquitetura da U. Lisboa
3D laser scanning; 3D reconstruction; SFM; 3D documentation of Heritage Buildings; 3D Point Clouds; Drone Aerial Photography.
AM

Aurore Mathys

Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences
SM

Sara Morena

PhD Student, University of Salerno / DICIV
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Dominique Rissolo

Archaeologist and Special Projects Coordinator, University of California, San Diego
I am affiliated with the Center of Interdisciplinary Science for Art, Architecture, and Archaeology (CISA3) at UC San Diego and work closely with students and institutional partners on projects related to diagnostic imaging and analytical diagnostics for cultural heritage.
avatar for Macarena Salcedo

Macarena Salcedo

Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena
avatar for Renato Saleri

Renato Saleri

UMR 3495 MAP, French National Research Council
AS

Arnaud Schenkel

PhD Student, Université Libre de Bruxelles
LS

Laura Serra

PhD Student, SPECS Universitat Pompeu Fabra
avatar for Juan Torrejón Valdelomar

Juan Torrejón Valdelomar

Researcher, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Archaeology


Thursday October 1, 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Faraday Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

T2 FP6 - Visualizing the Invisible or the Inaccessible (I)
10:00-10:30
124 - Marco Callieri, Paolo Pingi, Marco Potenziani, Matteo Dellepiane, Gaia Pavoni, Aurelia Lureau and Roberto Scopigno
Alchemy in 3D: A Digitization for a Journey Through Matter

Moderators
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Pedro Cano

University of Granada

Thursday October 1, 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

Digital Heritage Expo
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
Antiquarianism

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
CultLab3D

Section 5: Experiencing the Past

284 - Bruno Fanini and Enzo D'Annibale
CNR ITABC, VHLab. Italy
AiRome

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
CNR ITABC, EVOCA. Italy
Tiber Valley VR Museum

350 - Claudio Rufa, Massimiliano Forlani, Eva Pietroni, Francesco Antinucci and Leonardo Rescic
EVOCA, CNR ITABC. Italy
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
KIVI

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.
TranScriptorium

502 - Europeana Foundation and Europeana partners and contributors
Europeana Foundation
Europeana


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
CINECA. Italy
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
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Thursday October 1, 2015 10:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Pabellón Leonardo da Vinci Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:00

Coffee
Thursday October 1, 2015 11:00 - 11:30
Parque de las Ciencias  Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

Pa 34 - The Challenges of Epigraphy ...
The Challenges of Epigraphy: From Metadata to Museums and Schools
Raffaella Santucci, Pietro Liuzzo, Vittore Casarosa, Francesco Mambrini, Anita Rocco, Donato Fasolini and Valentina Vassallo

EAGLE, The Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy is a best-practice network co-funded by the European Commission, under its Information and Communication Technologies Policy Support Programme. EAGLE is collecting, in a single readily searchable database, more than 1.5 million items, currently scattered across 25 EU countries. Eventually, the project will make available the vast majority of the surviving inscriptions of the Greco-Roman world, complete with the essential information about them and, for all the most important, a translation into English.

Due to the double nature of inscriptions as both archaeological objects and documentary texts, the study of epigraphy has diverse aspects and involves different research fields. Epigraphy scholars usually study these objects with a holistic approach but traditionally with a more philological attitude towards the text; museum curators are careful about the provenance and the different collections, and treat the text and information about the object as metadata; archaeologists pay more attention to the object in its context and the relation it has with other finds. Only in the last years the attention has shifted to the relation between text and object and the decoration of the object as well as to the context in which it was first set up and its subsequent history.

The panel will include curators of Epigraphic Archives, Museums professional and metadata architects as well as information technologies experts, all part of the EAGLE Best Practice Network. Through short presentations and case studies, the panellists will address a number of topics:
  • Challenges in the definition of an inscription: borderline cases.
  • Metadata modelling challenges. Texts and objects: what is the Cultural Heritage Object?
  • Epigraphy projects with primary and secondary school pupils in Europe
  • The issue of metadata categories, definitions and taxonomies
  • Vocabularies for epigraphic resources and Linked Open Data best practices
  • The EAGLE mobile applications
  • The EAGLE Storytelling Application
  • Inscriptions in (digital) context: how to enrich epigraphic content with related items
  • Mirroring collections and involving users: working with (and learning from) Wikimedia Commons
  • Exploiting Social Network’s potential for Epigraphy

Moderators
avatar for Vittore Casarosa

Vittore Casarosa

Research Associate, ISTI-CNR
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Pietro Liuzzo

Research Associate, Universität Heidelberg
https://uni-heidelberg.academia.edu/PietroMariaLiuzzo

Thursday October 1, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Sagan Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

W 27 - Sharing Local Cultural ... (II)
Sharing Local Cultural Heritage Online with LoCloud

This workshop will share the results of the LoCloud project, and stimulate discussion and collaboration between curators, experts and stakeholders in digital libraries, cultural heritage, tourism and local communities. It will also showcase work in supporting small and medium sized cultural institutions in making their digitised collections discoverable online, via portals such as Europeana and other applications. The workshop will highlight:

  • Work with small and medium sized institutions to make their content discoverable within Europeana
  • Cloud-based computing services which are helping to put local heritage content online and make it more searchable and interoperable
  • Development of a variety of specialised microservices, including geographic location and map based services for local heritage
  • Support for communities and cultural tourism, by enabling local heritage to be included in mobile and other applications

Local and regional cultural institutions (museums, libraries, archives and heritage organizations) hold unique collections about the heritage and identity of local communities. These collections range from descriptions of local archaeological monuments, historic buildings, maps, images, local history archives, museum archives and documents relating to the crafts, industries and social history of local communities. Digitisation of collections is creating positive assets for supporting public interest, education, research, local conservation management and cultural tourism, but work remains to be done to help make the collections held by smaller institutions more widely available.

Europeana (www.europeana.eu) is an online portal that provides access to millions of items of digitised material from European museums, libraries, archives and audio-visual collections. Projects such as Europeana Local (www.europeanalocal.eu) and CARARE (www.carare.eu) have worked with local heritage institutions to help to establish ‘pipelines’ to enable them to make their collections available to Europeana’s growing user base. The LoCloud Best Practice Network (www.locloud.eu) has continued this effort, aiming to explore the potential of cloud-based computing and technical advances to develop services that are specifically designed to support local cultural institutions in making their digital content available online.

Introduction
  • 10:00 – 10:15 LoCloud: Local content in the Europeana Cloud (Kate Fernie)
Technology Case Study
  • 10:15 – 10:30 Geolocation LoGeo API tool (Franc Zakrajsek)
National and Regional Case Studies
  • 10:30 – 10:45 Magic lantern slides and 3D PDFs: Working with diverse content providers (Louise Kennedy)
  • 10:45 – 11:00 Romanian digital collections in Europeana (Sorina Stanca)
  • 11:30 - 11.45 Dynamics and partnership with local associations involved in LoCloud: A study case with Gironde (Agnès Vatican)
  • 11:45 - 12:00 Czech digital collections from the archaeology and architecture domain in Europeana (Irena Blazkova)
  • 12:00 – 12:15 Balkan LoCloud Experience (Jasmina Ninkov and Predrag Djukic)
  • 12:15 – 12:30 The cultural challenge in Umbria: Local institutions growing up in the cloud (Giulia Coletti and Claudia Pazzini)
LoCloud and Communities
  • 12:30 – 12:45 LoCloud Support for communities and cultural tourism (Silvia Alfreider)
  • 12:45 – 13:00 LoCloud: What's in it for me? (Henk Alkemade)
  • 13:00 – 13:30 Concluding Remarks and Discussion (Holly Wright)

Speakers
avatar for Silvia Alfreider

Silvia Alfreider

Project manager, National Archives Norway
Silvia Alfreider works as Project Manager at the National Archives of Norway. She has a Masters in Norwegian language, literature and history and a Masters in Fundraising Management for NGOs. Before working with the LoCloud project she worked in another European project: E.C.H.I... Read More →
avatar for Henk Alkemade

Henk Alkemade

head Digital Infrastructure dept, RCE
Digital Heritage projects and applications data-, information-, software- architecture & management geo-archaeology
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Irena Blažková

Researcher, Národní památkový ústav
Irena Blažková graduated as a civil engineer from the Czech Technical University Prague. She has been working at the National Heritage Institute since 1995 in various positions in preservation of monuments, register of monuments, documentation and heritage information systems. She... Read More →
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Giulia Coletti

Responsible for digital projects, Fondazione Ranieri di Sorbello
Giulia Coletti has a specialist degree in History and Information Science (Università degli Studi di Perugia), and is responsible for digital projects in Fondazione Ranieri di Sorbello.
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Predrag Djukic

assistant director, Belgrade City Library
My travel through magical world of librarianship began in 1993 by enrolling in university studies of Library and Information Science. Before that I was passionate about libraries and reading, but once I experienced the “other side” of the libraries I instantly fell in love with... Read More →
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Kate Fernie

Director, 2Culture Associates
My background is in Archaeology and Museums with experience of digital libraries, digital preservation and the online cultural heritage. I am currently operations manager for CARARE and have been involved in projects developing content for Europeana (CARARE, LoCloud and 3D-ICONS... Read More →
LK

Louise Kennedy

Digital Archivist, The Discovery Programme
Louise Kennedy is a digital archivist at The Discovery Programme. She completed a BA in English and the Masters in Archives and Records Management at University College Dublin. Louise worked on literary, religious and research archives before assisting with the digitisation of a major... Read More →
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Jasmina Ninkov

director, Belgrade city Library
I coordinated a number of European projects in Serbia in the field of implementation of ICT in culture: Pulman, Calimera, AccesIT, AccesITplus, Europeana Awareness, LoCloud, DI-XL…and would like to examine the institutions and individuals involved in research, presentation, conservation... Read More →
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Stanca Sorina

director, Cluj County Library
I am a pro active person. I love innovation and good ideas for making libraries more attractive for users. Read also: http://pro.europeana.eu/blogpost/meet-the-members-council-sorina-stanca
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Agnès Vatican

Director, Archives départementales de la Gironde
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Holly Wright

European Projects Manager, Archaeology Data Service
Holly Wright is European Projects Manager at the Archaeology Data Service (ADS); a national archive for archaeological data in the UK (archaeologydataservice.ac.uk), based in the Department of Archaeology, at the University of York. Her research focusses on field drawing, vector graphics... Read More →
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Franc Zakrajsek

Franc J. Zakrajsek is a senior researcher and independent consultant in geographic information systems, GIS portals, GIS web services, digital cultural content, registering cultural heritage and building interoperability frameworks. He is acting as a member of Member's states expert... Read More →


Thursday October 1, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Curie Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

W 424 - Memento (II)
Memento Workshop @ Digital Heritage
Tatjana Dzambazova and Valerio Rizzo

What is Memento?

High definition 3D from captured reality:

Autodesk Memento is an end-to-end solution that starts by for converting any captured reality input (photos or scans) into high definition 3D meshes and than has a smart and most easy to use modern toolset to clean up, fix, prepare and optimize the 3d models for further digital workflows, AR/VR, 3D printing, or for web experiences. With an unprecedented ease of use, this state-of-the-art tool enables artists, museum curators, scientists, media and entertainments artists and many others to master the reality without any previous 3D or CAD experience nor the necessity of expensive, multiple software solutions and to go beyond pure digitization, but go into new ways of story telling.

 

Pre-requisites for the training session:

None

 

Need to bring/do before the training:

  • your laptop and MOUSE! Super important for not getting frustrated

  • pre-installed Memento : you can download Memento from the Memento web site https://memento.autodesk.com/about . You can download the Windows version or write tatjana.dzambazova@autodesk.com to access the Mac version

  • You need to have an ADSK login to use Memento – if you have no ADSK login, you can create a free one here:

 

Presenters / Coaches:

Tatjana Dzambazova – Product Manager of Memento, Autodesk

Valerio Rizzo – phD Neuroscientist, Scientific Illustrator, 3D Digital Artist and Memento Lion

 

Workshop Overview

  • Quick overview of Memento 10min

  • Live Demo 10min

  • Hands on software training – now You do it! 1hour

  • Best practices for taking photos for successful captures 15min

  • User Examples 10min


Speakers
avatar for Tatjana Dzambazova

Tatjana Dzambazova

Sr. Product Manager, Emerging Technologies, Autodesk
Tatjana Dzambazova is a trained architect with 12 years experience in architecture and design in Vienna and London. Perennially fascinated by how technology enables a more creative life, she decided to continue her career in the digital design world and has now been with Autodesk... Read More →


Thursday October 1, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Taller Newton Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

T1 SP5 - Digitization Methodologies (II - Architectures)
11:30-11:45
360 - Dries Nollet, Daniel Pletinckx and Carlotta Capurro
Battery Aachen. Using Landscape Reconstruction for On-site Exploration of a World War One Military Unit

11:45-12:00
396 - Estibaliz Muñumer and José Luis Lerma
Fusion of 3D Data from Different Image-based and Range-based Sources for Efficient Heritage Recording

12:00-12:15
197 - Gilles Halin, Christine Chevrier, Kevin Jacquot, Pascal Humbert and Senda Ben Bouheni
Virtual 3D Reconstruction of Plans-Reliefs from Historical Document Analysis for Valorisation Applications

12:15-12:30
256 - Matthew Howland, Brady Liss, Mohammad Najjar and Thomas Levy
GIS-Based Mapping of Archaeological Sites with Low-Altitude Aerial Photography and Structure from Motion: A Case Study from Southern Jordan

12:30-12:45
322 - Aaron Pattee
Integrative 3D Recording Methods of Historic Architecture: Burg Hohenecken Castle from Southwest Germany

12:45-13:00
357 - Kristina Krulić and Zlatan Novak
Application of 3D Technology For The Documentation of Late Medieval Wall Paintings in the Church of St. George in Lovran, Croatia

13:00-13:15
220 - Paul Blockley and Simona Morandi
The Recording of Two Late Roman Towers, Archaeological Museum, Milan

13:15-13:30
305 - Demetrios Athanasoulis, Xeni Simou, Antonios Georgiou, Anna Sfika, Vasiliki Klotsa, Theodora Zirogianni, Chrysostomos Theodoropoulos and Eleni-Olga Deligianni
Bridging Monuments Through Digital Repository and Graphic Reconstruction Methodologies,The Digital Enhancement project of Argolid, Arcadia and Corinthia Castles, Greece

Moderators
avatar for Marco Callieri

Marco Callieri

researcher @ Visual computing Lab, ISTI-CNR, ISTI-CNR
3DHOP Apostle -- Meshlab Cultist

Speakers
avatar for Carlotta Capurro

Carlotta Capurro

Researcher, Visual Dimension BVBA
Digital Restoratio, 3D reconstruction, digital museum applications, digital curatorship, interactive storytelling
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Gilles Halin

Research director, UMR MAP, CNRS
avatar for Kristina Krulić

Kristina Krulić

conservator restorer of wall paintings, Croatian Conservation Institute
avatar for José Luis Lerma

José Luis Lerma

Prof. of Geomatic Engineering, Polytechnic Univ. of València
Virtual Archaeology Review, Editor-in-Chief CIPA Heritage Documentation, Treasurer Photogrammetry and Laser Scanning Research Group (GIFLE), Director 8th Int. Congress Arqueológica 2.0 - 2016 in Valencia, Congress Director
avatar for Simona Morandi

Simona Morandi

archeologist, independent researcher, freelancer
Bachelor of Licterature and Humanistic Arts, in Methodology of the Archeological Research (Università degli Studi di Genova); Master of Engineering in Topography and Survey (Politecnico di Milano.,DIIAR); Postgraduate in Archaeology, late roman and medieval ( Università Cattolica... Read More →
avatar for Zlatan Novak

Zlatan Novak

technical director, Vektra d.o.o.
Earned a master degree in geodesy and geoinformatics. Since 2006. working constantly in the field of 3D spatial data acquisition technology such as long and short range 3D laser scanning, microscanning and detailed photogrametry. Working with airborne systems for 3D spatial data acquisition... Read More →
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Aaron Pattee

Graduate Student, University of Nebraska Lincoln
Graduate Student Department of Anthropology at the University of Nebraska Lincoln
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Daniel Pletinckx

director, Visual Dimension bvba
I'm passionate about using digital technologies in cultural heritage, in the research phase as well as in the public presentation phase
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Xeni Simou

architect engineer- conservator, Ministry of Culture Gr/Argolid Ephorate of Antiquities
Master of Engineering in Architecture (Polytechnic School -University of Patras, GR) Master of Science in Conservation of Monuments and Sites, (RLICC KU Leuven, BE) Researcher interested in medieval -vernacular architecture, building technology of historical constructions, heritage... Read More →


Thursday October 1, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Cine3 Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

T2 FP8 - Visualizing the Invisible or the Inaccessible (II)
11:30-12:00
61 - Antonella Guidazzoli, Silvano Imboden, Daniele De Luca, Maria Chiara Liguori, Luigi Verri, Giovanni Bellavia, Alfonsina Russo, Maria Anna De Lucia and Rita Cosentino
The Etruscans and the Afterlife. An Engaging Exhibition with Accurate Scientific, Technological and Communicative Requirements

12:00-12:30
73 - Eliana Siotto, Gianpaolo Palma, Marco Potenziani and Roberto Scopigno
Digital Study and Web-based Documentation of the Colour and Gilding on Ancient Marble Artworks

12:30-13:00
100 - Francesco Gabellone, Ivan Ferrari and Francesco Giuri
The Palmieri Hypogeum in Lecce. From the Integrated Survey to the Dissemination of Contents

13:00-13:30
140 - Seth Berrier, Michael Tetzlaff, Michael Ludwig and Gary Meyer
Improved Appearance Rendering for Photogrammetrically Acquired 3D Models

Moderators
avatar for Ruggero Pintus

Ruggero Pintus

Researcher, CRS4 - Center for Advanced Studies, Research, and Development in Sardinia
Ruggero Pintus studied Electronic Engineering at the University of Cagliari in Italy, where he received his master’s degree in April 2003. In 2004, he started working as a researcher at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (DIEE). He received the Ph.D. degree... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Seth Berrier

Seth Berrier

Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin Stout
Seth Berrier is an assistant professor of computer science in the department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin Stout. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota where he worked with designers from many fields to leverage modern... Read More →
avatar for Francesco Gabellone

Francesco Gabellone

Researcher, National Research Council - IBAM, Italy
Researcher, Architect at IBAM-CNR - Lecce (ITA) Adjunct professor in Digital Restoration at Academy of Fine Arts - Lecce (ITA). Is the founder and scientific responsible of Information Technologies Lab (IBAM ITLab). Main research activity: knowledge, enhancement and enjoyment of Cultural... Read More →
avatar for Antonella Guidazzoli

Antonella Guidazzoli

Team Leader digital heritage area, CINECA Interuniversity Consortium


Thursday October 1, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Faraday Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

T4 WP2 - Archival, Metadata, Preservation, and Architectures
11:30-11:45
255 - Edeltraud Aspöck and Anja Masur
Digitizing Early Farming Cultures: Customizing the Arches Heritage Inventory & Management System

11:45-12:00
302 - Giovanni Michetti
Preservation as a Service for Trust (PaaST)

12:00-12:10
349 - Mehdi Belarbi, Aurelia Lureau and Pascal Raymond
Creating an Online Interactive Database for Tridimensional Models in Preventive Archaeology at the La Courneuve Base of the INRAP ( French National Institute of Research in Preventive Archaeology)

12:15-12:30
413 - Michael Page, Jeffrey Glover, Joe Hurley and Brennan Collins
Digital Atlanta: A Collaborative Approach to Remapping Atlanta’s Past

12:30-12:45
412 - Serdar Aydin and Marc Aurel Schnabel
Decoding Kashgar

12:45-13:00
277 - Bogdan Stojanovic
Social Media Mapping, as a Catalyst for Social Realm Actions

Moderators
avatar for Luciana Duranti

Luciana Duranti

President, Assoc. of Canadian Archivists & Prof. Archival Studies, University of British Columbia
Digital records authenticity and long term preservation

Speakers
EA

Edeltraud Aspöck

Post-doc researcher, ÖAW OREA
avatar for Serdar Aydin

Serdar Aydin

PhD Candidate, Victoria University of Wellington
Serdar Aydin is a researcher at DARA and a PhD Candidate at the School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington. His research thesis focuses on Kashgar heritage, westernmost city in China. His research is supported by Postgraduate Studentship at the Chinese University of... Read More →
avatar for Brennan Collins

Brennan Collins

Georgia State University
Brennan Collins is the Associate Director of Writing Across the Curriculum and the Center for Instructional Effectiveness at Georgia State University. The interdisciplinary nature and technology focus of these programs allows him to work with a diverse faculty in exploring inventive... Read More →
avatar for Giovanni Michetti

Giovanni Michetti

Assistant Professor, Sapienza University of Rome
Giovanni Michetti is Assistant Professor in Archival Science at Sapienza University of Rome. His research area is focused on contemporary and digital archives. His main research interests are records management, archival description and digital preservation. He has been involved in... Read More →
avatar for Bogdan Stojanovic

Bogdan Stojanovic

Ph.D. Candidate, Politecnico di Milano


Thursday October 1, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Sala Gutenberg Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

T5 FP7 - Design and Assessment of Virtual Exhibitions
11:30-12:00
40 - Perla Gianni Falvo
Exhibit Design with Multimedia and Cognitive Technologies - Impact Assessment on Luca Giordano, Raphael, the Chapel of the Magi in Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Florence

12:00-12:30
48 - Rémi Ronfard, Benoit Encelle, Nicolas Sauret, Pierre-Antoine Champin, Thomas Steiner, Vineet Gandhi, Cyrille Migniot, Florent Thiery
Capturing and Indexing Rehearsals: The Design and Usage of a Digital Archive of Performing Arts

12:30-13:00
148 - Alan Miller and Anna Vermeheren
The Virtual Museums of Caen: A Case Study on Modes of Representation of Digital Historical Content

Moderators
avatar for Sofia Pescarin

Sofia Pescarin

Director Virtual Heritage Lab, Italian Nat’l Research Council
Archaeologist, PhD in History and Computing, specialist in GIS, 3d terrain, Open Source approach to Cultural Heritage. She is a researcher at the Institute of Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage of the National Council of Researches in Rome (CNR ITABC), in the Virtual Heritage... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Perla Gianni Falvo

Perla Gianni Falvo

Partner, Art Perception International
Perla Gianni Falvo’s focus on the psycho-social impact in the perception of environment has guided all her work, from designing TV sets to designing museum exhibitions. Her interdisciplinary approach to the mysterious relationship between human beings and their art, essential and... Read More →
avatar for Rémi Ronfard

Rémi Ronfard

Researcher, INRIA
I am a Computer Science researcher with a rich experience in industry and academia in France and North America. I graduated from Mines Paris Tech in 1986, where I also got my PhD in 1991. I have conducted research in a variety of domains, from geometric design to 3D animation and... Read More →
avatar for Anna Vermehren

Anna Vermehren

Director, Timespan


Thursday October 1, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

13:30

Lunch
Thursday October 1, 2015 13:30 - 14:30
Parque de las Ciencias  Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

14:30

SE - Arqueologica (I)
Session chair: Jose Luis Lerma
Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain

Presentation of ARQUEOLOGICA special session
Jose Luis Lerma & Alfredo Grande
Spanish Society of Virtual Archaeology (SEAV)

Jumping into the virtual
Ana Almagro Vidal, Programa de Conservación del Patrimonio, Fundación Montemadrid, Madrid, Spain
Ildefonso Ramírez González, Escuela de Arquitectura, Universidad Europea de Madrid, Madrid, Spain

3D Virtual Recreation of the Castle of Castril de la Peña in the Late Medieval Age
Miguel Valdivia García & José Domingo Lentisco Navarro
Granada, Spain

Gades's roman aqueduct from ICT'S applications
Lázaro Lagóstena, Francisco Zuleta, Jenny Pérez-Marrero, Consuelo Prados
University of Cadiz

The historical photography as a graphical source before the archaeological virtual reconstruction. Studies of cases
Luis Méndez Rodríguez, Alfonso Ojeda Barrera y María de la Paz Pérez Gómez
University of Seville

Thursday October 1, 2015 14:30 - 16:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Sagan Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

14:30

Pa 53 - From Digitization to Preservation ...
From Digitization to Preservation, Creative Re-use of Cultural Content, and Citizen Participation

Antonella Fresa, Valentina Bachi and Claudio Prandoni

The amount of digitized cultural heritage in Europe is impressive and has a great potential of impact on the society, by making the cultural heritage more accessible for the citizens, students, researchers and by generating benefits to the content owners. Even if already amounting to several tens of millions of digital items, only a tiny percentage of European cultural heritage is digitized, and nowadays more and more attention is paid to those collections, hitherto unknown or not fully acknowledged, that are preserved in those European States that relatively recently joined the Union. Furthermore, certain kinds of cultural heritage, such as early photography, are not preserved by memory institutions but are in the hands of private citizens, who should be invited to share their holdings with the whole community. For these reasons it is necessary that digitization activities go ahead in the coming years, and acquire a more participative approach: smaller archives, private collectors, individuals should have the possibility to access digitization facilities and to get support, training and services.

Once these data are in digital format, the next challenge is how to ensure their long-term preservation. In order to do that, memory institutions have to make conformance tests before ingesting the files in their archives, to verify that they have been produced according to the specifications of a standard file format, and hence that they match the acceptance criteria for long-term preservation established by the memory institution.

Further, digital cultural data need then to be re-used at best, to unlock their business potential in terms of fostering economic growth. The creative industry is certainly the key stakeholder to leverage on the digital cultural data for creating new tools and services to be placed in the real market, thus generating new employment and economic rewards; but, to achieve this goal, a bigger dialogue should be fostered with the cultural institutions, in the light of developing public-private partnerships for the benefit of both.

Next to this, it is also important to assess the sociological impact of digital cultural heritage and technologies: how do they participate in the community building processes and social cohesion of the “new” European society, that is living a moment of great change? How can digital cultural heritage help the cultural institutions to renew and re-invent their role in the society? How can cultural heritage become closer to its audiences of innovators, skilled makers, curators, artists, economic actors? Finally, how can the EU citizens, alone or as part of a community, play a vital co-creative role and how can citizens participate in the research on cultural heritage and digital humanities?

This panel will offer an overview of initiatives and EU projects that try to provide answers: Europeana Space, RICHES, Civic Epistemologies, PREFORMA and Photoconsortium. Relevant speakers, from the key institutions in Europe which are involved in the scenario of digital cultural heritage, will foster a debate to understand the path towards a more advanced society, that makes use of the full potential of digital technologies to foster cultural and societal progress. The panel is also an unmissable occasion for sharing knowledge and best practices: cultural managers, ICT experts, researchers, service providers and other EU projects are warmly invited to attend, for cross-dissemination and networking.

Moderators
avatar for Antonella Fresa

Antonella Fresa

Director, Promoter S.r.l.

Speakers
avatar for Neil Forbes

Neil Forbes

Professor, Coventry University
I am the Co-ordinator of RICHES - Renewal, Innovation and Change: Heritage and European Society - a project funded under the EU's FP7.
avatar for Antonella Fresa

Antonella Fresa

Director, Promoter S.r.l.
BJ

Börje Justrell

National Archives of Sweden
avatar for Frederik Truyen

Frederik Truyen

Professor, KU Leuven
I teach Information Science and Online Publishing at the Faculty of Arts, KU Leuven, Belgium. My work is on Digitization of Cultural Heritage, in particular photography, E-Learning, ICT education and Epistemology. I participate in EC projects such as EuropeanaPhotography, Europeana... Read More →
SW

Sarah Whatley

Coventry University


Thursday October 1, 2015 14:30 - 16:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Curie Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

14:30

T2 FP9 - Interaction with Virtual Worlds
14:30-15:00
149 - Bruno Fanini, Enzo D'Annibale, Emanuel Demetrescu, Alfonsina Pagano and Daniele Ferdani
Engaging and Shared Gesture-based Interaction for Museums: The Case Study of K2R International Expo in Rome

15:00-15:30
164 - Daniel Pletinckx, Carlotta Capurro and Dries Nollet
Tangible Interfaces for Digital Museum Applications

15:30-16:00
98 - Adeola Fabola, Alan Miller and Richard Fawcett
Exploring the Past with Google Cardboard

16:00-16:30
82 - Xiang Huang, Marc Walton, Greg Bearman and Oliver Cossairt
Near Light Correction for Image Relighting and 3D Shape Recovery

Moderators
avatar for Roberto Scopigno

Roberto Scopigno

Research Director at CNR-ISTI, Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione (ISTI) Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)
Roberto won a permanent researcher position at CNR-CNUCE in 1986, become Senior Researcher in 1997 and finally Research Dierctor in 2001 at ISTI. Since 1990 he had joint appointments at the Department of Computer Engineering and at the Department of Computer Science of the University... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Carlotta Capurro

Carlotta Capurro

Researcher, Visual Dimension BVBA
Digital Restoratio, 3D reconstruction, digital museum applications, digital curatorship, interactive storytelling
avatar for Oliver Cossairt

Oliver Cossairt

Assistant Professor, Northwestern University
Oliver Cossairt currently holds the Lisa Wissner-Slivka and Benjamin Slivka Junior Chair in Computer Science at Northwestern University. Before joining Northwestern, he developed several key advances in 3D Display technology while earning my Masters at the MIT Media Lab and as an... Read More →
avatar for Adeola Fabola

Adeola Fabola

PhD Student, University of St Andrews
avatar for Bruno Fanini

Bruno Fanini

R&D Immersive VR / 3D programmer, CNR-ITABC
avatar for Daniel Pletinckx

Daniel Pletinckx

director, Visual Dimension bvba
I'm passionate about using digital technologies in cultural heritage, in the research phase as well as in the public presentation phase


Thursday October 1, 2015 14:30 - 16:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

14:30

T3 FP10 - Analysis and Interpretation (II)
14:30-15:00
24 - Matthias Zeppelzauer, Georg Poier, Markus Seidl, Christian Reinbacher, Christian Breiteneder, Horst Bischof and Samuel Schulter
Interactive Segmentation of Rock-Art in High-Resolution 3D Reconstructions

15:00-15:30
102 - Francisco Javier Roldan-Medina
Unraveling the Classic Proportions Through the Anthropometric Analysis of the Architectural Heritage The Case of the Pantheon

15:30-16:00
9 - Karina Rodriguez Echavarria and Ran Song
Studying Shape Semantics of an Architectural Moulding Collection: Classifying Style Based on Shape Analysis Methods

16:00-16:30
118 - Arantza Respaldiza and Monica Wachowicz
VisProcH: Visual Reasoning Process for Heritage Valuation

Moderators
avatar for Perucchio Renato

Perucchio Renato

Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Rochester
Director of the multidisciplinary academic program in Archaeology, Technology, and Historical Structures

Speakers
avatar for Francisco Javier Roldan Medina

Francisco Javier Roldan Medina

Doctor, Universidad de Granada (UGR)
I am passionate about geometry, technical drawing, modular construction, and proportion of architecture. I love the Spanish-Muslim patterns: "lacerías" and "mocárabes". I also interested in hiking, environment and human rights.
avatar for Christian Reinbacher

Christian Reinbacher

Postdoctoral Researcher, Graz University of Technology
avatar for Arantza Respaldiza

Arantza Respaldiza

Postdoctoral Independent Researcher, marh.es
Arantza Respaldiza is a researcher and her interests are mainly focused on visual reasoning, theory of visualisation, metadata and heritage. Recently she has defended her PhD in Geomatics Engineering at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (December 2014). Her thesis is the development... Read More →
avatar for Karina Rodriguez

Karina Rodriguez

Senior Lecturer, University of Brighton
Karina is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Brighton. Karina has worked in several European projects researching in the areas of digital collections and 3D technologies for cultural heritage organisations producing research outputs in interdisciplinary areas such as computer... Read More →


Thursday October 1, 2015 14:30 - 16:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Faraday Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

14:30

T4 SP6 - Ontologies, Metadata and Archival Technologies (I)
14:30-14:45
121 - Rossana Damiano, Vincenzo Lombardo, Antonio Lieto and Davide Borra
Mind the Red Thread! 3D Metaphors for Cultural Heritage Visualization

14:45-15:00
344 - Cuixiao Guo, Xianzhao Wang, Qubumo Bamo and Gang Li
Constructing Motif-index of China Mythologies Database: Design, Implementation and Potential Applications

15:00-15:15
415 - Adam Jansen
Using Archival Diplomatics and Object-Oriented Programming to Build Preservation Objects in the Cloud

15:15-15:30
185 - Jim Suderman
Contexts for Trust in Cloud-based Services: An Historical Perspective

15:30-15:45
285 - Patricia Franks
Government Use of Cloud-based Long Term Digital Preservation as a Service: An Exploratory Study

15:45-16:00
300 - José-Ramón Cruz-Mundet and Carmen Díez-Carrera
And How Much Does This Cost? Some Reflexions on Long Term Preservation from the Costing Models Analysis

16:00-16:15
182 - Tommy Messaoudi, De Luca Livio and Veron Philippe
Towards an Ontology for Annotating Degradation Phenomena

16:15-16:30
301 - Anais Guillem, George Bruseker and Roko Zarnic
Building an Argumentation Platform for 3D Reconstruction using CIDOC-CRM and Drupal

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for George Bruseker

George Bruseker

Coordinator / Research and Development Engineer, ICS-FORTH
George Bruseker has a PhD in philosophy and over a decade of international experience working in ICT in the CH field. He is presently Coordinator of the Centre for Cultural Informatics at the Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas (FORTH) based in Heraklion, Crete. He works... Read More →
avatar for José-Ramón Cruz-Mundet

José-Ramón Cruz-Mundet

Tenured Professor, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
avatar for Guo Cuixiao

Guo Cuixiao

Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of Ethnic Literature, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
avatar for Patricia C. Franks

Patricia C. Franks

MARA Program Coordinator, San Jose State University
Pat Franks, CA, CRM, IGP is author of the book Records and Information Management and co-editor of the Encyclopedia of Archival Science. She has written and presented widely on topics of social media, cloud computing, knowledge management, digital preservation and information gov... Read More →
avatar for Adam Jansen

Adam Jansen

State Archivist, Hawaii State Archives
avatar for Tommy Messaoudi

Tommy Messaoudi

PhD Student, UMR CNRS/MCC 3495 MAP
I'm Phd Student in MAP Laboratory located in Marseille and my thesis is entitled: Proposition of an ontology dedicated to collaborative study for the conservation state of masonry structures.
avatar for Jim Suderman

Jim Suderman

Investigator, InterPARES Trust
I currently work for the City of Toronto, Canada, directing the Archives, Records Services, and Access and Privacy programs. I've worked as an archivist and records manager since 1986, first at the Mennonite Heritage Centre Archives in Winnipeg but mostly in Toronto in the Canadian... Read More →


Thursday October 1, 2015 14:30 - 16:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Cine3 Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

14:30

T5 Poster Session (II)
341 - Manuela Bassetta, Francesca Fatta and Rossella Agostino
Young People for an Interactive Archaeology in Calabria

355 - Lenka Chadimova
Creation of 3D Models of Chosen Historical Buildings for Supporting Knowledge Transfer

358 - Carmen Díaz-Marín, Elvira Aura-Castro, Carlos Sánchez-Belenguer, Eduardo Vendrell-Vidal, Andrea F. Abate and Fabio Narducci
Virtual Reconstruction and Representation of an Archaeological Terracotta Statue

365 - Giovanni Pilato and Umberto Maniscalco
Soft Sensors for Social Sensing in Cultural Heritage

367 - Simona Giglio, Francesca Bertacchini, Lorella Gabriele, Pietro Salvatore Pantano, Assunta Tavernise and Eleonora Bilotta
Virtual Museums and Calabrian Cultural Heritage: Projects and Challenges

377 - Christos Koutsaftis and Andreas Georgopoulos
A Serious Game in the Stoa of Attalos: Edutainment, Heritage Values and Authenticity

411 - Jose Bellido de Luna and Rodney Bellido de Luna
Digital Preservation of Santa Lucia Hill

418 - David C. Moffat
Serious Games for Interactive Stories about Emotionally Challenging Heritage

44 - Georgios Styliaras and Nota Pantzou
On a Web-based Archaeological Excavation Platform for Smartphones: Review and Case Studies

400 - Nicola Schiavottiello
ArkTeller: A New 3d Real-time Storytelling Platform for Cultural Heritage Interpretation

402 - Virginia Cirilli
Hypercolumna: An Archaelogical Hub for a New Way to Do Culture

408 - Sara Esposito, Giulia Armone, Elisabetta De Sanctis, Maximilian Ventura and Maria Letizia Vinci
Technological Solutions for an Innovative Fruition - The “Museo delle Terme di Diocleziano” Project

204 - Moritz Kinzel and Mina Tanaka
Imagining the Past. Visitor Specific Applications for Al Zubarah Archaeological Site, Qatar

267 - Maja Lavrič
3D Reconstruction of a Balneum in a Roman Villa Rustica, Mošnje, Slovenia

297 - Lydia Kotoula and Andreas Georgopoulos
Digital Documentation for the Restoration of the Anargyros Mansion

261 - Luis Hernandez and Viviana Barneche Naya
An Enhanced Navigation Kit for Virtual Heritage Exploration Using a Game Engine

303 - Julian Llanos
Is It Possible a Virtual-Eco-Museum?

265 - Phil Morris and Stephanie Marsh
Reconstructing a Historical Temporary Structure : Henry VIII’s Pop-up-Palace

Moderators
avatar for Germán Arroyo

Germán Arroyo

Assistant professor, Universidad de Granada
Germán Arroyo is a computer scientist and assistant professor at the University of Granda. His research area is recently focused on Non-Photorealistic Rendering for Cultural Heritage. Non-Photorealistic Rendering is an area of computer graphics that moves away from photorealism... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Giulia Armone

Giulia Armone

Independent researcher
Archaeologist graduated from Roma Tre University, she is interested in technologies applied to Cultural Heritage (in particular photogrammetry, 3D modelling, virtual reconstructions). She has collaborated in projects coordinated by FBK, Smart3k and CNR-ITABC.
avatar for Manuela Bassetta

Manuela Bassetta

Research Fellow, PhD, Università degli Studi Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria
Manuela Bassetta deals with survey, geometric restitution and semantic characterization, with particular attention to cultural and archaeological heritage. Research Fellow, PhD at "ArTe"- Architecture and Territory Department of "Mediterranea" University. She is a member of the... Read More →
LC

Lenka Chadimova

PhD student, IRIT, Université Paul Sabatier
avatar for Sara Esposito

Sara Esposito

Cultural Manager and Digital Technologies Expert
avatar for Francesca Fatta

Francesca Fatta

Full Professor of Representation (SSD/ICAR17), Università degli Studi Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria
Full Professor of Representation (SSD/ICAR17). - November 2005/October 2011: Ph.D.Coordinator “Survey and Representation of the Mediterranean Architecture”; - since the 24th cycle, member of University Ph.D Program on Architecture as Coordinator of the Ph.D. Curriculum on Survey... Read More →
avatar for Luis Hernández-Ibáñez

Luis Hernández-Ibáñez

Researcher, Universidad da Coruña
CK

Christos Koutsaftis

Postgraduate Student, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Studied Architecture (Auth - Thessaloniki), currently enrolled in the Conservation of Monuments and Sites program in KU Leuven. My interests are Digital Documentation of Historic Architecture, Sites and Objects, Theory of Conservation (Values - Authenticity), Urban heritage and its... Read More →
avatar for Maja Lavrič

Maja Lavrič

Researcher, Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia, Centre for Preventive Archaeology
avatar for Julian Llanos

Julian Llanos

Co-researcher (research group Nodos), Universidad de Boyaca
Research and teaching in subjects related to communication, culture and heritage . Making of communicative pieces in different formats for press, radio, television and digital networks. Writing and edition of contents; proofreading in Spanish of academic and institutional publications... Read More →
avatar for Giovanni Pilato

Giovanni Pilato

Researcher, ICAR-CNR
Staff research scientist of the ICAR-CNR (Istituto di CAlcolo e Reti ad alte prestazioni, Italian National Research Council). His research interests include geometric techniques for intelligent data analysis, semantic computing, and social sensing.
NS

Nicola Schiavottiello

PhD Student / Researcher, Universidade de Évora
GS

Georgios Styliaras

Assistant Professor, University of Patras
avatar for Mina Tanaka

Mina Tanaka

Project manager, Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.
I am a project manager of interactive media and space design consulting of DNP(Dai Nippon Printing., Ltd.. We are involved in many projects with universities, museums and companies using multimedia for archaeological site , art appreciation, or introducing products. One of such projects... Read More →



Thursday October 1, 2015 14:30 - 16:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Sala Gutenberg Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

16:30

Coffee
Thursday October 1, 2015 16:30 - 17:00
Parque de las Ciencias  Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

17:00

SE - Arqueologica (II)

Session chair: Ana Almagro Vidal, Programa de Conservación del Patrimonio, Fundación Montemadrid, Madrid, Spain

Historical sources and uses of photogrammetry and digital cartography (DMT), for short animation of the exhibition “Itinerary of Hernán Cortés” Canal de Isabel II
Magoga Piñas & Alicia Colmenero.
El Ranchito.

Analysis and Project Management within the HBIM (Historic Building Information Modelling): A study example tiles and flooring in the Built Heritage
Nieto Julián,Juan Enrique; Moyano Campos, Juan José; Rico Delgado, Fernando.
Department of Graphic Analisys and Building Engineering. High School of Building Engineering.University of Seville. Spain.

Historian digital training within Europe
José Antonio Ruiz Gil
University of Cadiz

Documentation and presentation of rock art in Spain
Victor Manuel Lopez-Menchero Bendicho
University of Castilla-La Mancha


Speakers
avatar for Magoga Piñas Azpitarte

Magoga Piñas Azpitarte

Director of films for museums and exhibitions. VFX digital environment artist and coordinator., El Ranchito
I work as a director and technical coordinator of short documentary films and multimedia applications for museums and exhibitions (National Archaeological Museum, The Museum of Human Evolution,.. ). I also work as VFX artist and CG coordinator for feature films and documentaries (Cosmos... Read More →
avatar for Alicia Colmenero Fernandez

Alicia Colmenero Fernandez

Ph.D Candidate Marine Science , Technology and Management. (Heritage &Society). Campus Do*Mar- Uvigo., UVigo
PhD candidate in Marine Science , Technology and Management. (Heritage &Society). Campus Do*Mar- Uvigo.


Thursday October 1, 2015 17:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Sagan Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

17:00

Pa 423 - Publishing a Journal Paper ...
Publishing a Journal Paper in the Digital Heritage Area
Ilaria Meliconi, Gabriele Guidi and Roberto Scopigno

Practically every day in this era of easy on-line publishing we receive emails proposing technologically advanced new journals for publishing our research. Every new journal promises fantastic coverage in our area of interest, but this does not always turn out to be true, and publishing in the wrong outlet may mean that good research goes to waste in the sense that it is isolated in the wrong research community. In order to guarantee high publication quality, the most important journals have started to pay attention to publishing ethics for avoiding plagiarism; they guarantee a reasonable IPR management; and they support open-access policies for having the broadest possible audience. Thanks to these efforts impact factor metrics like SJR, SNIP or h-index may progressively grow, guaranteeing the best diffusion for the results of research. In the highly interdisciplinary field of Digital Heritage many journals have popped up focusing on specialized topics. In this panel Elsevier , a well-established publisher with a record stretching back centuries, will give an overview of its internal policies, and three major journals in the area from different publishers, here represented by their editors-in-chief, will discuss their scientific focus, reviewing policies, rejection rates, average publishing time and other information of interest for the scholars.

Panel Organization
  1. Ilaria Meliconi - Introduction about how publish, what publish, IPR issues, plagiarism checks, journal metrics, etc., that is a common ground for every Journal; 45 min;
  2. Paolo Guerriero - Scientific focus of the “Journal of Cultural Heritage” (JCH); 10 min;
  3. Roberto Scopigno - Scientific focus of the “Journal On Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH); 10 min;
  4. Bernard Frisher - Scientific focus of the Journal “Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage” (DAACH); 10 min;
  5. Ilaria Meliconi - Chairing the question session from the public (15-30 min)

Total time: 1:30 to 1:45 min

Thursday October 1, 2015 17:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Curie Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

17:00

T1 FP11 - Digitization of Challenging Items / Materials (II)
17:00-17:30
67 - Aurore Mathys, Jonathan Brecko, Didier Van den Spiegel and Patrick Semal
3D and Challenging Materials

17:30-18:00
71 - Brady Liss and Thomas Levy
One Man’s Trash: Using XRF to Recreate Ancient Narratives from Metallurgical Waste Heaps in Southern Jordan

18:00-18:30
141 - Paul Thompson, John Mcnaught and Sophia Ananiadou
Customised OCR Correction for Historical Medical Text

Moderators
avatar for Dieter Fellner

Dieter Fellner

Director, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD
Dieter Fellner is a professor of computer science at the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany, and the Director of the Fraunhofer Institute of Computer Graphics (IGD) at the same location. Previously he has held academic positions at the Graz University of Technology, Austria... Read More →

Speakers
AM

Aurore Mathys

Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences
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Paul Thompson

Research Associate, University of Manchester
My main research interests lie in Natural Language Processing, in particular information extraction and corpus annotation. Most recently, I have been involved in the Mining the History of Medicine project, which aimed to demonstrate the potential of text mining technology to assist... Read More →


Thursday October 1, 2015 17:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

17:00

T2 WP3 - Interactive and Immersive Experiences
17:00-17:15
270 - Copper Giloth and Jonathan Tanant
User Experiences in Three Approaches to a Visit to a 3D Labyrinthe of Versaille

17:15-17:30
323 - Willem Vletter
Using a Gaming Engine for Historical Road and Path Research

17:30-17:45
359 - João Gouveia, Fernando Branco, Armanda Rodrigues and Nuno Correia
Travelling Through Space and Time in Lisbon's Religious Buildings

17:45-18:00
244 - Park Jinho, Muhammad Tufail and Kim Jisoo
A Virtual Reality Platform for 3D Representation of Seokguram Grotto World Heritage Site

18:00-18:15
387 - Giasemi Vavoula, Maria-Anna Tseliou, Sally Coleman, Rheinallt Ffoster-Jones, Paul Long and Esther Simpson
Leicester Castle Tells its Story: Beacon-based Mobile Interpretation for Historic Buildings

18:15-18:30
391 - John Tredinnick and Paul Richens
A Fulldome Interactive Visitor Experience: A Novel Approach to Delivering Interactive Virtual Heritage Experiences to Group Audiences in Full Dome Projection Spaces, Evaluated Through Spatial Awareness and Emotional Response.

Moderators
avatar for Matteo Dellepiane

Matteo Dellepiane

Researcher, Visual Computing Laboratory - ISTI - CNR - Italy
ISTI-CNR

Speakers
avatar for Nuno Correia

Nuno Correia

Professor, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa
avatar for Copper Frances Giloth

Copper Frances Giloth

Professor, Art Department, University of Massachusetts
Copper Giloth’s projects take the form of digital environments, digital prints, books, animations, videos, websites and installations. Her work has been exhibited in the U.S., Japan, Canada, and across Europe. Much of her earliest work was among the pioneering efforts in the then... Read More →
PJ

Park Jinho

Korea Culture Technology Institute
avatar for John Tredinnick

John Tredinnick

Research Engineer, University of Bath
John is a doctoral research engineer at the Centre for Digital Entertainment in Bath and has been working in collaboration with the National Trust for the past four years. Over this time, he has contributed to their visitor interpretation activities through the research and development... Read More →
avatar for Willem Vletter

Willem Vletter

Vienna Institute for Archaeological Science
The main aim of the dissertation is to develop a methodology for the reconstruction of road and path networks based on ALS data. Basic research will be tested in two different case-study areas (Leitha hills in Austria and the Veluwe in the Netherlands) with different landscape settings... Read More →


Thursday October 1, 2015 17:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Sala Gutenberg Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

17:00

T3 SP7 - Understanding, Representing and Visualizing Architectures
17:00-17:15
96 - Clémentine Périnaud, Gilles Gesquière and Georges Gay
Exploration of the Changing Structure of Cities: Construction and Use of Temporal City Models

17:15-17:30
106 - Luigi Fregonese, Cristiana Achille, Andrea Adami, Francesco Fassi, Anna Spezzoni and Laura Taffurelli
BIM: An Integrated Model for Planned and Preventive Maintenance of Architectural Heritage

17:30-17:45
253 - Torrejón Valdelomar Juan, Kucera Matthias, Mario Wallner, Joachim Brandtner, Vlad Sandici and Wolfgang Neubauer
4D investigation of Digital Heritage - An Interactive Application for the Auxiliary Fortress of Carnuntum

17:45-18:00
188 - Damien Vurpillot
Aspectus Operis and Visual Attention : from Vitruvius to Virtual Reality

18:00-18:15
212 - Heather Richards-Rissetto and Rachel Plessing
Procedural Modeling for Ancient Maya Cityscapes: Initial Methodological Challenges and Solutions

18:15-18:30
234 - Aaron Sadholz, Christopher Muir and Renato Perucchio
A 3D Kinematic Model for Assessing the Seismic Capacity of the Frigidarium of the Baths of Diocletian

18:30-18:45
421 - Laura Baratin, Sara Bertozzi and Elvio Moretti
GIS Intelligence for a Cutting-edge Management of 3D Cities

18:45-19:00
338 - Sandra Vujošević, Marija Šegan and Jelena Jovanović
Moravian School in Digital Catalogue of 'Cultural Monuments in Serbia'

Moderators
avatar for Donald Sanders

Donald Sanders

President, Learning Sites, Inc. and the Institute for the Visualization of History
Digital (especially virtual) heritage practitioner since 1993. President of Learning Sites, Inc., and the Institute for the Visualization of History. We build innovative historic visualizations for museums, archaeologists, schools, broadcast media, antiquities services, tourism, and... Read More →

Speakers
AA

Andrea Adami

Researcher, Politecnico di Milano
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Laura Baratin

Coordinator School in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage, University of Urbino
Associate Professor of Drawing at the University of Urbino "Carlo Bo" - Department of Basic Sciences and Fundamentals. Coordinator of the School in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage. She is Director of the Master in "Instruments and Methodologies for the Conservation... Read More →
avatar for Clémentine Périnaud

Clémentine Périnaud

PhD studient in Geography, University of Jean Monnet Saint-Etienne
Young researcher in Geography and Town Planning, I observe since 2014 the production of formely industrial cities of the Lyon-Saint-Etienne area, on a long term perspective (19th and 20th centuries), and explore the ways to share that knowledge thanks to 4D-GIS.
avatar for Perucchio Renato

Perucchio Renato

Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Rochester
Director of the multidisciplinary academic program in Archaeology, Technology, and Historical Structures
avatar for Heather Richards-Rissetto

Heather Richards-Rissetto

Asst. Prof. Anthropology & Faculty Fellow, Ctr for Digital Res. in the Humanities, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln
Heather Richards-Rissetto is an archaeologist specializing in the ancient Maya of Central America. She is Assistant Professor in Anthropology and a Faculty Fellow in the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities. She uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and 3D visualization... Read More →
avatar for Juan Torrejón Valdelomar

Juan Torrejón Valdelomar

Researcher, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Archaeology
avatar for Sandra Vujosevic

Sandra Vujosevic

Research trainee, Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts


Thursday October 1, 2015 17:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Cine3 Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

17:00

T4 Poster Session
192 - Amos Bishi
Digital Archiving: The Current State at the National Archives of Zimbabwe

223 - Annamaria De Santis, Irene Rossi, Matteo Gallo, Daniele Marotta and Alessandra Avanzini
Computational Lexicography and Digital Epigraphy : Building Digital Lexica of Fragmentary Attested Languages in the Project DASI

229 - Richard Moore and Elizabeth Celi
Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage through Youth Employment and Public/Private Partnerships

233 - Chiara Feriotto, Massimo Marchetto, Roberto Meschini and Matteo Fabbri
Enhancement of Science Fiction collection. Proposal for Standard Cataloguing Datasheet and Engagement Best Practices for the Exhibit

257 - Marco Montanari, Raffaele Trojanis, Silvia Bernardoni and Luca Tepedino
Open History Map - a New Approach to Open Access for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

280 - Patrizia Schettino
Re-defining the Concept of Immersion in Digital Immersive Environments

296 - Paola Castellucci, Sara Mori and Francesca Gallo
Networked Communities/Invisible Cities. Internet Pioneers @ H.C. Andersen Museum

339 - John Mangan, Falko Kuester and Michael Hess
A Role-based Methodology for Data-Driven Workflows, and Nephelai: A Scalable Infrastructure which Enables It

370 - Elettra Barberis, Emilio Marengo and Marcello Manfredi
Quantitative Imaging to Study New Conservation Materials

371 - Stefan Stamenov, Vanya Stamenova and Andrey AladzhovKabiyuk
Project: Exploration and Conservation of Archaeological Site Using Remote Sensing Methods and GIS Technologies

381 - Dominique Meyer, Michael Hess, Eric Kwok Cheung Lo, Christine Wittich, Tara Hutchinson and Falko Kuester
UAV-Based Post Disaster Assessment of Cultural Heritage Sites Following the 2014 South Napa Earthquake

389 - Perla Innocenti
The Pursuit of Authenticity in Preserving Digital Art

398 - Qing Zou and Eun Park
Restructuring Cultural Heritage Collections in the Basic Formal Ontology

405 - Michael Losavio, Corinne Rogers and Adel Elmaghraby
Digital Heritage from the Smart City and the Internet of Things: History or Stasis?

431 - Jun Yi
Acquisition and Digital Representation of Prototype of Changsha Kiln Things

190 - Muqeem Khan
Reformulating the Repository: Digital Intangible Heritage; Empathic Design and Greek/Unani Medicinal Practices

231 - Daniel Wickeroth, Andreas Pastoors, Dominik Laurentius and Ulrich Lang
ArtefactViewer - A 3D Tool for Archeologists

306 - Ismael Abder-Rahman Gil
Enhancement of Arabic Script Documents and Manuscripts in Spanish Libraries and Archives: A Digitization Project

376 - Luigi Calori and Silvano Imboden
Open Source Tools for Collaboration in Cultural Heritage Digital Assets Production Pipeline

145 - Saverio Giulio Malatesta, Francesco Lella, Lucia Marsicano, Francesco Iaia and Eloisa Casadei
Ebla 3D Project - Documenting and 3D Reconstructing a Vanishing Site

273 - Marcello Manfredi, Elettra Barberis, Greg Bearman and Emilio Marengo
Portable Non-invasive Imaging Method for Monitoring the Conservation of Frescoes

327 - Alex Williams, Annapaola Santarsiero, Chiara Meccariello, Gertjan Verhasselt, Hyrum Carroll, John Wallin, Dirk Obbink and James Brusuelas
Proteus: A Platform for Born Digital Critical Editions of Literary and Subliterary Papyri

385 - Colleen Strawhacker, Philip Buckland, Gisli Palsson, Adolf Fridrikkson, Emily Lethbridge, Adam Brin, Thomas McGovern, Rachel Opitz and Thomas Dawson
Building Cyberinfrastructure from the Ground Up for the North Atlantic Biocultural Organization: Introducing the cyberNABO Project

Moderators
avatar for Holger Graf

Holger Graf

DH2015 Publication Chair, Fraunhofer IGD
Holger Graf received his diploma degree in ‘Technomathematik‘ (Industrial Mathematics) from the University of Karlsruhe in 1997 and graduated in 1998 from the department of computer science at the University of Bristol (England) with a M.Sc. in ‘Global Computing and Multimedia... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Chiara Feriotto

Chiara Feriotto

Quantility srl
avatar for Ismael Abder-rahman Gil

Ismael Abder-rahman Gil

Vice-Chair, Al-Yanub Association
Bachelor in Arab and Islamic studies (University of Granada), and Master in Cultural Heritage specialized in Bibliographical and Documental Heritage (University of Valencia) . Vice-chair of Al-Yanub Association, which aims to make known arabic language and culture. I am mainly focused... Read More →
avatar for Michael Hess

Michael Hess

Ph.D. Student, University of California, San Diego
I am a structural engineering Ph.D. student and I am a part of a multidisciplinary team of engineers, scientists, and archaeologists working to document, visualize and analyze pieces of cultural heritage. The goal of my research is to use non-destructive imaging techniques such as... Read More →
avatar for Muqeem Khan

Muqeem Khan

Ph.D Researcher, University of New South Wales
As a visual effect artist, Muqeem Khan’s motion picture credits with Walt Disney and Square USA are Deep Rising, George of the Jungle, Flubber, Armageddon and Final Fantasy. He holds BS in Interior Design and MA in Industrial Design from the Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio... Read More →
avatar for Saverio G. Malatesta

Saverio G. Malatesta

AD, Archeo&Arte 3D - DigiLab Sapienza University of Rome
www.saveriog.net http://it.linkedin.com/in/saveriogiuliomalatesta
DM

Daniele Marotta

temporary research, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
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Marco Montanari

Software Architect, AI Expert, Civic Hacker, OpenHistoryMap
Marco Montanari is a developper with a deep interest in AI and strong experience in IA and Semantic web.
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Sara Mori

Trainee Librarian, European University Institute - Library
I have a PhD in History (2008) - Univeristy of Pisa and a specialization diploma in Documentation (2015) University of Rome "La Sapienza". My field of studies during these years has focused on the Italian history of written culture and social history with a particular attention... Read More →
avatar for Corinne Rogers

Corinne Rogers

Project Coordinator, InterPARES Trust, The University of British Columbia
Corinne Rogers is an adjunct professor (diplomatics, digital records forensics) at the University of British Columbia. She is Project Coordinator of InterPARES Trust – international multidisciplinary research into issues of trust in digital objects in online environments, and a... Read More →
avatar for Patrizia Schettino

Patrizia Schettino

Università della Svizzera italiana
I am researcher on immersive technologies for cultural heritage, a digital storyteller and a digital media designer.
avatar for Colleen Strawhacker

Colleen Strawhacker

National Snow and Ice Data Center, University of Colorado
avatar for Daniel Wickeroth

Daniel Wickeroth

Research Assistant, University of Cologne
I'm interested in VR, 3D Interaction and scientific Visualization
avatar for Jun Yi

Jun Yi

Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of design, Hunan University


Thursday October 1, 2015 17:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Salón de Actos Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

17:00

T5 FP12 - Reconstruction and Interactive Presentation of Artworks
17:00-17:30
81 - Anthousis Andreadis, Georgios Papaioannou and Pavlos Mavridis
Generalized Digital Reassembly Using Geometric Registration

17:30-18:00
72 - Marcos Balsa Rodriguez, Marco Agus, Fabio Bettio, Fabio Marton and Enrico Gobbetti
Digital Mont'e Prama: 3D Cultural Heritage Presentations in Museums and Anywhere

18:00-18:30
120 - Merel van der Vaart and Areti Damala
Through the Loupe: Visitor Engagement with a Primarily Text-based Handheld Augmented Reality Tool

18:30-19:00
46 - Herbert Maschner, Buck Benson, Nicholas Clement, Nicholas Holmer, Jonathan Holmes and Corey Schou
The Virtual Repository of Arctic Archaeology and the Democratization of Science

Moderators
avatar for Marcello Carrozzino

Marcello Carrozzino

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna - TeCIP Institute
Don't Panic. Never.

Speakers
avatar for Marco Agus

Marco Agus

Researcher, CRS4 Visual Computing
Marco Agus is a researcher in the Visual Computing (ViC) group at the Center for Advanced Studies, Research, and Development in Sardinia (CRS4). He holds a Laurea (M.Sc.) degree in Electronics Engineering (1999) and a Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering (2004) from the University... Read More →
avatar for Anthousis Andreadis

Anthousis Andreadis

PhD Student / Researcher, Athens University of Economics and Business
Anthousis Andreadis is a PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Georgios Papaioannou and a researcher at the Department of Informatics of Athens University of Economics and Business working on feature extraction and rigid alignment algorithms. He received his MSc in Computer Science... Read More →
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Herbert Maschner

Executive Director and Professor, University of South Florida
avatar for Merel Van der vaart

Merel Van der vaart

PhD Researcher, Allard Pierson Museum / University of Amsterdam
I regard the museum as an intermediary between visitor and object, facilitating interaction, exploration and learning. I see on-gallery and online visits (including the use of social & new media) as equally valuable opportunities for engagement, learning and dialogue. My MA dissertation... Read More →


Thursday October 1, 2015 17:00 - 19:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Faraday Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

20:30

Gala Dinner
The Gala Dinner will take place in a beautiful Hazienda-like garden setting. You will be able to taste Spanish wine and food.

Thursday October 1, 2015 20:30 - 23:30
La Mamunia Carretera Antigua de Motril Nacional 323, Km 142, 18630 Otura, Granada
 
Friday, October 2
 

08:00

Registration
Friday October 2, 2015 08:00 - 16:00
Parque de las Ciencias  Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

09:00

Keynote - María Del Mar Villafranca Jiménez

The Restoration of the Fountain of the Lions as a Knowledge Process

This important Congress is an opportunity to present in such a highly qualified forum a brief summary of the process of restoration of the Fountain and the Court of the Lions of the Alhambra.

The conservation and restoration of this important monument, the only surviving mediaeval Islamic palace, is grounded on a well-established tradition based around the following aspects:

  • Preventive conservation.
  • Maintenance of its materials and structures.
  • Conservation projects.
  • Restoration processes.
  • Maintenance protocols.


The general criteria that must be borne in mind are the values of authenticity and integrity, which form part of the commitment accepted by the Council of the Alhambra, as befits a place that has been a World Heritage Site since 1984. Restoration is a scientific process over a series of stages including:

  • Preliminary studies/reports.
  • Analyses of different kinds.
  • Suitable, reversible restoration work.
  • Respect for International Rules and Charters.


The restoration of the Fountain of the Lions was conceived as a coherent methodological process aimed at broadening our KNOWLEDGE of the fountain and its surrounding constructions.

  • The Fountain and the Court of the Lions are the best-known, most widely-recognized and most symbolic features of the Alhambra because of their unique qualities.
  • We were faced with the challenge of assessing the feasibility of restoring the whole or most of the Fountain in situ without sacrificing any of its authenticity and integrity.
  • Another important challenge was that the work had to be performed without closing off the space to the public. We wanted to try to make visitors understand both the need to conserve our heritage and on occasions to feel part of a historical process. A key element in this phase was a communication strategy to provide updated information on each phase of the process. The guides that show visitors around the monument were given training courses to enable them to explain the work that was taking place and were informed about new details and discoveries. Three educational exhibitions were organized to complete and present the knowledge acquired during the process. New contents were added to the website and a documentary film was made covering all the different phases of the intervention, all of them made whith tecnological resources.


The Fountain of the Lions is in the Al-Qasr al Sultan, the Royal House of the Sultans from the Nasrid dynasty. It was commissioned by the Sultan Muhammad V (during his second reign between 1362 and 1391). The Fountain is the central feature of the rectangular courtyard, which is organized into two terraces at different levels. Two pavilions jut out into the courtyard from the narrower sides, and a number of rooms are laid out around it. It is made of white marble quarried in Macael in Almeria.

The Fountain consists of 12 lion figures arranged in a circle. Resting on their backs is a large dodecagonal basin with a diameter of 2.52 m. The basin has a water spout in the centre and is decorated with epigraphic, geometric and plant motifs. It sits on a cylindrical stand made of limestone.

The water spout has eight jet-holes arranged in a circle from which the water spurts out. Just below, there are eight drainage holes, which allow the basin to fill without ever brimming over so achieving a smooth balance. The circuit is also connected with the Lions. Water jets out of their mouths and is then collected in the channels in the courtyard.


Speakers
avatar for María Del Mar Villafranca Jiménez

María Del Mar Villafranca Jiménez

Former Director of the Council of the Alhambra and Generalife, Junta de Andalucía
Maria del Mar Villafranca Jiménez studied History of Art in Granada University in 1984. Her specialist researches of heritage was manifested in her Doctoral Thesis dedicated to the origin and History of the Granada's museums. She is a cultural management and museology expert. From... Read More →


Friday October 2, 2015 09:00 - 10:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

SE - CAA (I)
CAA Fall Symposium

Chairs: Lisa Fischer, Jamestown Rediscovery, and Heather Richards-Rissetto, University of Lincoln-Nebraska

Speakers: Lisa Fischer, Peter Inker, Aaron Pattee, Heather Richards-Rissetto, Donald Sanders, Matthew Vincent, Holly Wright

Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) is sponsoring this panel discussion exploring key challenges in digital archaeology. Topics will include: data preservation; field acquisition and recording; data access; open data; publication and data dissemination, both for a scholarly audience and for the public; and 3D content/3D modeling for cultural heritage. Each panelist will give a brief presentation on their perceptions of some of the key challenges, either related to their own work or to the field generally. The presentations will be followed by discussion among the speakers as well as the audience to address the questions raised.

Moderators
avatar for Lisa Fischer

Lisa Fischer

Director, Center for Digital Initiatives, Jamestown Rediscovery Foundation
avatar for Heather Richards-Rissetto

Heather Richards-Rissetto

Asst. Prof. Anthropology & Faculty Fellow, Ctr for Digital Res. in the Humanities, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln
Heather Richards-Rissetto is an archaeologist specializing in the ancient Maya of Central America. She is Assistant Professor in Anthropology and a Faculty Fellow in the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities. She uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and 3D visualization... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Fischer

Lisa Fischer

Director, Center for Digital Initiatives, Jamestown Rediscovery Foundation
avatar for Aaron Pattee

Aaron Pattee

Graduate Student, University of Nebraska Lincoln
Graduate Student Department of Anthropology at the University of Nebraska Lincoln
avatar for Heather Richards-Rissetto

Heather Richards-Rissetto

Asst. Prof. Anthropology & Faculty Fellow, Ctr for Digital Res. in the Humanities, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln
Heather Richards-Rissetto is an archaeologist specializing in the ancient Maya of Central America. She is Assistant Professor in Anthropology and a Faculty Fellow in the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities. She uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and 3D visualization... Read More →
avatar for Donald Sanders

Donald Sanders

President, Learning Sites, Inc. and the Institute for the Visualization of History
Digital (especially virtual) heritage practitioner since 1993. President of Learning Sites, Inc., and the Institute for the Visualization of History. We build innovative historic visualizations for museums, archaeologists, schools, broadcast media, antiquities services, tourism, and... Read More →
avatar for Matthew Vincent

Matthew Vincent

Researcher, digitalMED, Universidad de Murcia
Archaeologist, Coder, Digital Cultural Heritage Professional
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Holly Wright

European Projects Manager, Archaeology Data Service
Holly Wright is European Projects Manager at the Archaeology Data Service (ADS); a national archive for archaeological data in the UK (archaeologydataservice.ac.uk), based in the Department of Archaeology, at the University of York. Her research focusses on field drawing, vector graphics... Read More →


Friday October 2, 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Curie Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

W 85 - The Role of Similarity ... (I)
The Role of Similarity in the Re-unification, Re-assembly and Re-association of 3D Artefacts
Michela Spagnuolo and Bianca Falcidieno

Digital manipulation and analysis of tangible cultural objects has the potential to bring about a revolution in the way classification, stylistic analysis, or refitting of fragments is handled in the cultural heritage area: 3D modelling, processing and analysis are now mature enough to allow handling 3D digitized objects as if they were physical, and semantic models allow for a rich documentation of many different aspects of artefacts or assets of any complexity, as well as of contextual information about them.

In this context, the workshop was promoted by the recently started EC project GRAVITATE with the aim of bringing together researchers and professionals in Cultural Heritage contributing their perspective on the impact of digital techniques on re-­unification, re-assembly and re-­association of fragmented or dispersed cultural assets. Similarity evaluation is underlying most of these challenges. Comparative reasoning on artefacts and artifact's properties may relate to geometric attributes (e.g., spatial extent, aspect), to colorimetric properties (e.g., colour, texture), to specific traits that fragments exhibit (e.g., decorations), or to metadata documenting the artefacts. The workshop programme will give an overview of how computational similarity is addressed by ongoing research activities and European projects, and how it can be used at the geometric and semantic level for artefact and fragment analysis, supported by advanced digitalization techniques.

The workshop programme can be of interest for scientists and CH professionals and  curators, who could learn about the  recent developments in the field of shape analysis and semantic description of 3D digital artefacts and contribute to the discussion with their own experience.

Part I (10:00 -­ 11:00)

  • 10:00 -­ 10:10 The Role of Similarity in the Re-­unification, Re-­assembly and Re-­association of 3D Artefacts: An Introduction to the Workshop -­ Bianca Falcidieno, Michela Spagnuolo
  • 10:10 -­ 10:35 The Salamis Terracotta Statues – A Multidisciplinary Research Approach -­ Sorin Hermon, Vera Moitinho de Almeida
  • 10:35 -­ 11:00 Scan4Reco: Characterization of Artworks Material Through Photometric and Microscopic Analysis - Anastasios Drosou, Dimitrios Tzovaras, Claudia Daffara, Andrea Giachetti, Carlo Reghelin, Enrico Gobbetti, Ruggero Pintus

Moderators
avatar for Michi Spagnuolo

Michi Spagnuolo

Research Director, CNR-IMATI
Michi Spagnuolo is Research Director at the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Information Technologies of the CNR, Genova, where she is leading the activities on "Advanced Techniques for the Analysis and Synthesis of 3D shapes". Her research interests include geometric, structural... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Vera Moitinho de Almeida

Vera Moitinho de Almeida

Postdoc Researcher, STARC-CyI; LAQU-UAB
Vera Moitinho de Almeida is a post-doctoral fellow at STARC-CyI and is affiliated to LAQU-UAB. She obtained her Ph.D. from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), focusing on technological and functional analysis of archaeological objects, using 3D models and Reverse Engineering... Read More →
avatar for Ruggero Pintus

Ruggero Pintus

Researcher, CRS4 - Center for Advanced Studies, Research, and Development in Sardinia
Ruggero Pintus studied Electronic Engineering at the University of Cagliari in Italy, where he received his master’s degree in April 2003. In 2004, he started working as a researcher at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (DIEE). He received the Ph.D. degree... Read More →
avatar for Michi Spagnuolo

Michi Spagnuolo

Research Director, CNR-IMATI
Michi Spagnuolo is Research Director at the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Information Technologies of the CNR, Genova, where she is leading the activities on "Advanced Techniques for the Analysis and Synthesis of 3D shapes". Her research interests include geometric, structural... Read More →


Friday October 2, 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Sala Gutenberg Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

T2 SP9 - Virtual CH on Mobile and Web Platforms (I)
10:00-10:15
59 - Chris Davies, Alan Miller and Richard Fawcett
Mobile Onsite Exploration of Parallel Realities with Oculus Rift

10:15-10:30
92 - Violette Abergel, Renato Saleri, Hervé Lequay and Livio De Luca
An Immersive Visualization Kit for Online 3D Objects Databases

10:30-10:45
186 - Luigi Malomo, Francesco Banterle, Paolo Pingi, Francesco Gabellone and Roberto Scopigno
VirtualTour: A Virtual Reality Experience for Exploring Cultural Heritage

10:45-11:00
363 - Kosin Kalarat
Parallax Occlusion Mapping in Augmented Reality Case Study on Facade of Sino Portuguese Architecture Phuket, Thailand

Moderators
avatar for Alejandro León

Alejandro León

Prof. Dr., UNIVERSITY OF GRANADA
Organizing Committee

Speakers
avatar for Violette Abergel

Violette Abergel

UMR CNRS/MC MAP 3495, UMR 3495 MAP
avatar for CJ Davies

CJ Davies

Research Student, University of St Andrews
Computer scientist interested in innovative uses of new Virtual Reality technologies, in particular in combination with stereo camera systems & indoor positioning techniques.
avatar for Kosin Kalarat

Kosin Kalarat

Thailand, Walailak University
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Roberto Scopigno

Research Director at CNR-ISTI, Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione (ISTI) Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)
Roberto won a permanent researcher position at CNR-CNUCE in 1986, become Senior Researcher in 1997 and finally Research Dierctor in 2001 at ISTI. Since 1990 he had joint appointments at the Department of Computer Engineering and at the Department of Computer Science of the University... Read More →


Friday October 2, 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Faraday Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

T4 SP8 - Ontologies, Metadata and Archival Technologies (II)
10:00-10:15
366 - Paul Thompson, Jacob Carter, John McNaught and Sophia Ananiadou
Semantically Enhanced Search System for Historical Medical Archives

10:15-10:30
235 - Walker Sampson
Aggregating Temporal Forensic Data Across Archival Digital Media

10:30-10:45
159 - Corinne Rogers
Authenticity of Digital Records in Practice

10:45-11:00
414 - Joseph Tennis
Archival Metadata for Digital Cultural Heritage Conceptual Provenance, Contextual Forensics, and the Authority of the Found Digital Object

Moderators
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Luciana Duranti

President, Assoc. of Canadian Archivists & Prof. Archival Studies, University of British Columbia
Digital records authenticity and long term preservation

Speakers
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Sophia Ananiadou

Director, National Centre for Text Mining, University of Manchester
I am a Professor of Computer Science in the School of Computer Science, University of Manchester and have led the National Centre for Text Mining (www.nactem.ac.uk) since 2007. My main areas of research are semantic text mining and semantic search techniques for applications in domains... Read More →
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Corinne Rogers

Project Coordinator, InterPARES Trust, The University of British Columbia
Corinne Rogers is an adjunct professor (diplomatics, digital records forensics) at the University of British Columbia. She is Project Coordinator of InterPARES Trust – international multidisciplinary research into issues of trust in digital objects in online environments, and a... Read More →
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Joseph T. Tennis

Associate Professor & Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, University of Washington
Joseph T. Tennis is an Associate Professor and Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs at the University of Washington Information School, Adjunct Associate Professor in Linguistics, and a member of the Textual Studies and Museology faculty advisory groups at the University of Washington... Read More →
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Paul Thompson

Research Associate, University of Manchester
My main research interests lie in Natural Language Processing, in particular information extraction and corpus annotation. Most recently, I have been involved in the Mining the History of Medicine project, which aimed to demonstrate the potential of text mining technology to assist... Read More →


Friday October 2, 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

10:00

Digital Heritage Expo
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
Antiquarianism

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
CultLab3D

Section 5: Experiencing the Past

284 - Bruno Fanini and Enzo D'Annibale
CNR ITABC, VHLab. Italy
AiRome

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
CNR ITABC, EVOCA. Italy
Tiber Valley VR Museum

350 - Claudio Rufa, Massimiliano Forlani, Eva Pietroni, Francesco Antinucci and Leonardo Rescic
EVOCA, CNR ITABC. Italy
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
KIVI

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.
TranScriptorium

502 - Europeana Foundation and Europeana partners and contributors
Europeana Foundation
Europeana


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
CINECA. Italy
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
...

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

11:00

Coffee
Friday October 2, 2015 11:00 - 11:30
Parque de las Ciencias  Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

SE - Arqueologica (III)
Session chair: Francisco R. Feito Higueruela.
University of Jaen

Intervisibility pattern of the celtiberian and carpetanian oppida of the eastern Central Meseta through GIS software
Emilio Gamo Pazos y Álvaro Sánchez Climent.
Dpto. de Prehistroia. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

New perspectives about the analysis of Roman agriculture: Viticulture, Columela and GIS in Lower Guadalquivir
Pedro Trapero Fernández.
University of Cadiz

BARIA. A new database for the management, control and interaction of archaeological information
Víctor Martínez Hahnmüller
Ghent University / Almeria University

Scanning Religious Imagery in the Practice
Alejandro Graciano (Group TIC-144 del PAI)
Francisco Feito (University of Jaén)
Lidia Ortega (University of Jaén)

Friday October 2, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Sagan Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

SE - CAA (II)
CAA Fall Symposium

Chairs: Lisa Fischer, Jamestown Rediscovery, and Heather Richards-Rissetto, University of Lincoln-Nebraska

Speakers: Lisa Fischer, Peter Inker, Aaron Pattee, Heather Richards-Rissetto, Donald Sanders, Matthew Vincent, Holly Wright

Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) is sponsoring this panel discussion exploring key challenges in digital archaeology. Topics will include: data preservation; field acquisition and recording; data access; open data; publication and data dissemination, both for a scholarly audience and for the public; and 3D content/3D modeling for cultural heritage. Each panelist will give a brief presentation on their perceptions of some of the key challenges, either related to their own work or to the field generally. The presentations will be followed by discussion among the speakers as well as the audience to address the questions raised.

Moderators
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Lisa Fischer

Director, Center for Digital Initiatives, Jamestown Rediscovery Foundation
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Heather Richards-Rissetto

Asst. Prof. Anthropology & Faculty Fellow, Ctr for Digital Res. in the Humanities, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln
Heather Richards-Rissetto is an archaeologist specializing in the ancient Maya of Central America. She is Assistant Professor in Anthropology and a Faculty Fellow in the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities. She uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and 3D visualization... Read More →

Speakers
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Lisa Fischer

Director, Center for Digital Initiatives, Jamestown Rediscovery Foundation
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Aaron Pattee

Graduate Student, University of Nebraska Lincoln
Graduate Student Department of Anthropology at the University of Nebraska Lincoln
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Heather Richards-Rissetto

Asst. Prof. Anthropology & Faculty Fellow, Ctr for Digital Res. in the Humanities, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln
Heather Richards-Rissetto is an archaeologist specializing in the ancient Maya of Central America. She is Assistant Professor in Anthropology and a Faculty Fellow in the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities. She uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and 3D visualization... Read More →
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Donald Sanders

President, Learning Sites, Inc. and the Institute for the Visualization of History
Digital (especially virtual) heritage practitioner since 1993. President of Learning Sites, Inc., and the Institute for the Visualization of History. We build innovative historic visualizations for museums, archaeologists, schools, broadcast media, antiquities services, tourism, and... Read More →
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Matthew Vincent

Researcher, digitalMED, Universidad de Murcia
Archaeologist, Coder, Digital Cultural Heritage Professional
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Holly Wright

European Projects Manager, Archaeology Data Service
Holly Wright is European Projects Manager at the Archaeology Data Service (ADS); a national archive for archaeological data in the UK (archaeologydataservice.ac.uk), based in the Department of Archaeology, at the University of York. Her research focusses on field drawing, vector graphics... Read More →


Friday October 2, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Aula Curie Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

W 85 - The Role of Similarity ... (II)
The Role of Similarity in the Re-unification, Re-assembly and Re-association of 3D Artefacts
Michela Spagnuolo and Bianca Falcidieno

Digital manipulation and analysis of tangible cultural objects has the potential to bring about a revolution in the way classification, stylistic analysis, or refitting of fragments is handled in the cultural heritage area: 3D modelling, processing and analysis are now mature enough to allow handling 3D digitized objects as if they were physical, and semantic models allow for a rich documentation of many different aspects of artefacts or assets of any complexity, as well as of contextual information about them.

In this context, the workshop was promoted by the recently started EC project GRAVITATE with the aim of bringing together researchers and professionals in Cultural Heritage contributing their perspective on the impact of digital techniques on re-­unification, re-assembly and re-­association of fragmented or dispersed cultural assets. Similarity evaluation is underlying most of these challenges. Comparative reasoning on artefacts and artifact's properties may relate to geometric attributes (e.g., spatial extent, aspect), to colorimetric properties (e.g., colour, texture), to specific traits that fragments exhibit (e.g., decorations), or to metadata documenting the artefacts. The workshop programme will give an overview of how computational similarity is addressed by ongoing research activities and European projects, and how it can be used at the geometric and semantic level for artefact and fragment analysis, supported by advanced digitalization techniques.

The workshop programme can be of interest for scientists and CH professionals and  curators, who could learn about the  recent developments in the field of shape analysis and semantic description of 3D digital artefacts and contribute to the discussion with their own experience.

Part II (11:30 -­ 13:30)

  • 11:30 -­ 11:55 The Application of Semantic Techniques to CH Artifact Description, Contextualisation and Discovery of Associative Relationships Between ArtifactsPaul W Walland
  • 11:55 -­ 12:20 Addressing Similarities for Predictive Digitisation, Re-­assembly and Completion of 3D Cultural Heritage Objects in the PRESIOUS Project - T. Theoharis, I. Pratikakis, G. Papaioannou, T. Schreck, D. Rieke-­Zapp, A. Andreadis, F. Arnaoutoglou, R. Gregor,P. Mavridis,  M. Savelonas, k. Sfikas, I. Sipiran, K. Vardis
  • 12:20 -­ 12:45 3D Artifacts Similarity Based on the Concurrent Evaluation of Heterogeneous Properties - Silvia Biasotti, Andrea Cerri, Bianca Falcidieno, Michela Spagnuolo
  • 12:45 -­ 13:10 What do Thirty-­one Columns Say About a Thirty-­second? - Livio De Luca
  • 13:10 -­ 13:30 Closing Discussion

Moderators
avatar for Michi Spagnuolo

Michi Spagnuolo

Research Director, CNR-IMATI
Michi Spagnuolo is Research Director at the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Information Technologies of the CNR, Genova, where she is leading the activities on "Advanced Techniques for the Analysis and Synthesis of 3D shapes". Her research interests include geometric, structural... Read More →

Speakers
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Anthousis Andreadis

PhD Student / Researcher, Athens University of Economics and Business
Anthousis Andreadis is a PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Georgios Papaioannou and a researcher at the Department of Informatics of Athens University of Economics and Business working on feature extraction and rigid alignment algorithms. He received his MSc in Computer Science... Read More →
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Andrea Cerri

Istituto di Matematica Applicata e Tecnologie Informatiche
Andrea Cerri received a Ph.D. in Mathematics in 2007 from the University of Bologna, focusing his research on geometrical/topological methods for shape description and comparison, with particular reference to the study of the stability and the computational aspects of multidimensional... Read More →
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Livio de Luca

Research Director, DigitalHeritage 2013 chair, CNRS- french National Centre for Scientific Research
Architect, PhD in engineering, HDR (habilitation) in Computer Science, Livio De Luca is research director at CNRS (french national centre for scientific research) and director of the MAP (Models and simulations for architecture and cultural heritage) lab. Scientific advisor and member... Read More →
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Paul Walland

Innovation Director, IT Innovation Centre
I am the Innovation Director at the IT Innovation Centre – an off-campus applied research centre at the University of Southampton in the UK. As well as developing innovation opportunities, I am responsible for a number of research projects in the fields of archive, media, social... Read More →


Friday October 2, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Sala Gutenberg Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

T2 SP10 - Virtual CH on Mobile and Web Platforms (II)
11:30-11:45
97 - Daniele Rossi
A Hand-held 3D-Printed Box Projector. Study for a Souvenir from a Mixed-Reality Experience

11:45-12:00
101 - Francisco Guimaraes, Mauto Figueiredo and Jose Rodrigues
Augmented Reality and Storytelling in Heritage: Application to Public Gardens

12:00-12:15
16 - Patrick C. Shih, Kyungsik Han and John Carroll
Engaging Community Members with Digitally Curated Social Media Content at an Arts Festival

12:15-12:30
66 - José Antonio Sánchez, Marcos Fernández and Javier Gutiérrez
Inside AR Application: Bringing Art Closer to Citizens by Promoting the Use of Smartphones and Tablets

12:30-12:45
361 - Sasithorn Rattanarungrot, Martin White and Ben Jackson
The Application of Service Orientation on a Mobile AR Platform — A Museum Scenario

12:45-13:00
364 - Alessandro Pozzebon and Silvia Calamai
Smart Devices for Intangible Cultural Heritage Fruition

13:00-13:15
379 - Holger Graf, Jens Keil, Alfonsina Pagano and Timo Engelke
A Contextualized Educational Museum Experience --- Connecting Objects, Places and Themes Through Mobile Virtual Museums

Moderators
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Karina Rodriguez

Senior Lecturer, University of Brighton
Karina is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Brighton. Karina has worked in several European projects researching in the areas of digital collections and 3D technologies for cultural heritage organisations producing research outputs in interdisciplinary areas such as computer... Read More →

Speakers
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Francisco Guimaraes

Phd Student, Universidade Aberta / Universidade Algarve
Researcher and digital Media- Art artist in Storytelling & Augmented Reality applied to cultural & natural heritage and museums. Passionate about renaissance architecture and painting.
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Alessandro Pozzebon

Department of Information Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, University of Siena
Alessandro Pozzebon received his M.S. degree in Information Engineering from the University of Siena, Italy in 2006, where he worked on the RFID technology applied to cultural heritage. In year 2007 he worked for the Department of Information Engineering of the University of Siena... Read More →
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Sasithorn Rattanarungrot

PhD Student, University of Sussex
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Patrick C. Shih

Assistant Professor, Indiana University Bloomington


Friday October 2, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Cine3 Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

T4 FP13 - Digital Archives and Information Systems
11:30-12:00
154 - Neil Smith, Matthew Howland and Thomas Levy
Digital Archaeology Field Recording in the 4th Dimension: ArchField C++ a 4D GIS for Digital Field Work

12:00-12:30
12 - Cristiana Bartolomei and Alfonso Ippolito
Managing Cultural Heritage: Theories and Tools for Digital Documentation and Archiving

12:30-13:00
5 - Sander Münster and Marinos Ioannides
A Scientific Community of Digital Heritage in Time and Space

13:00-13:30
104 - Sunhyuck Kim, Jaeyeon Ahn, Juhee Suh, Hayun Kim and Jungwha Kim
Towards a Semantic Data Infrastructure for Heterogeneous Cultural Heritage Database - Challenges of Korea Cultural Heritage Data Model (KCHDM)

Moderators
Speakers
CB

Cristiana Bartolomei

Assistant Professor, Università di Bologna
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Alfonso Ippolito

Associate Professor, Sapienza University of Rome
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Sander Münster

TU Dresden


Friday October 2, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

11:30

T5 FP14 - VR Approaches to Architecture
11:30-12:00
14 - Tommaso Empler
Cultural Heritage: Displaying the Forum of Nerva with New Technologies

12:00-12:30
54 - Chawee Busayarat, Prittiporn Lopkerd, Varodom Suksawaddi and Sakonporn Tantisuntisom
A Real-time 3D Interactive Interface for Unidirectional and Multidirectional Communication of Architectural Heritage Information: The Case of Sri Chum Temple, Sukhothai Historical Park

12:30-13:00
153 - Michael Hess, Vid Petrovic, Dominique Meyer, Dominique Rissolo and Falko Kuester
Fusion of Multimodal Three-dimensional Data for Comprehensive Digital Documentation of Cultural Heritage Sites

13:00-13:30
33 - Nathalie Charbonneau, Léon Robichaud and Joanne Burgess
Using 4D Modelling in a University-museum Research Partnership

Moderators
Speakers
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Chawee Busayarat

lecturer, Faculty of Architecture and Planning , Thammasat University
Chawee Busayarat is director of the ITarch (Information Technology in Architectural study) Studio, a Thai research unit under the Faculty of Architecture and Planning of Thammasat University, working on the application of informatics technologies for the study of architecture considered... Read More →
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Nathalie Charbonneau

research officer, Université du Québec à Montréal
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Tommaso Empler

Scientific Manager of Laboratory of Visual and Digital Studies in Architecture, Sapienza University of Rome - Department of History, Representation and Restoration in Architecture
BA Certificate of Higher Education in Architecture in 1992 at Sapienza University of Rome. PhD degree in 1998. Researcher in 2010. Since 1998, as external lecturer, teaches Computer Graphics at “Valle Giulia” Faculty of Architecture - Sapienza University of Rome. From 2002 to... Read More →
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Michael Hess

Ph.D. Student, University of California, San Diego
I am a structural engineering Ph.D. student and I am a part of a multidisciplinary team of engineers, scientists, and archaeologists working to document, visualize and analyze pieces of cultural heritage. The goal of my research is to use non-destructive imaging techniques such as... Read More →


Friday October 2, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Faraday Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

13:30

Lunch
Friday October 2, 2015 13:30 - 14:30
Parque de las Ciencias  Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

14:30

T1 WP4 - Digitization and Understanding
14:30-14:45
287 - Jihong Liang, Linqing Ma and Yunpeng Wu
Digitizing the Culture of Beijing–– An Introduction of the Memories of Beijing Project

14:45-15:00
198 - Matthew Vincent, Chance Coughenour, Fabio Remondino, Mariano Flores Gutiérrez, Victor Manuel Lopez-Menchero Bendicho and Dieter Fritsch
Crowd-sourcing the 3D Digital Reconstructions of Lost Cultural Heritage

15:00-15:15
201 - Laugee Thierry
PATRINAT : The Drawings in Buffon’s Histoire Naturelle, Towards a Digitized Heritage

15:15-15:30
281 - Willem Vletter
OCHRE a Powerful Tool for Culture Historical Research. A Chronological Model for Historical Roads and Paths

15:30-15:45
318 - Cecilia Vilca, Luis Enrique Castillo, Gladys Ocharan Velasquez and Marco Sarmento
The Chimu Offerings: Integration of Applied Science and New Media in the Preservation and Dissemination of Prehispanic Heritage

15:45-16:00
343 - Elizabeth Shotton
Minor Harbours of the East Coast of Ireland

16:00-16:15
348 - Dominique Rissolo, Alberto Nava Blank, Vid Petrovic, Roberto Chavez Arce, Corey Jaskolski, Pilar Luna Erreguerena and James C. Chatters
Novel Application of 3D Documentation Techniques at a Submerged Late Pleistocene Cave Site in Quintana Roo, Mexico

16:15-16:30
395 - Lola Vico and Sorin Hermon
Santa Cristina Sacred Well: from the 3D Analysis to Labour Investment

Moderators
FR

Fulvio Rinaudo

Ass. Professor, Politecnico di Torino

Speakers
avatar for Jihong Liang

Jihong Liang

associate professor, Renmin University of China
Liang Jihong is an associate professor at School of Information Resource Management of Renmin University of China. Her academic field is ancient Chinese documents. In the past few years she has been interested in bibliographic database construction. Currently she is participating... Read More →
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Dominique Rissolo

Archaeologist and Special Projects Coordinator, University of California, San Diego
I am affiliated with the Center of Interdisciplinary Science for Art, Architecture, and Archaeology (CISA3) at UC San Diego and work closely with students and institutional partners on projects related to diagnostic imaging and analytical diagnostics for cultural heritage.
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Elizabeth Shotton

Lecturer, University College Dublin
Dr Elizabeth Shotton is currently Head of Research and Innovation in the UCD School of Architecture and teaches in construction technology and design studio, with an emphasis on sustainable building and development, at both undergraduate and graduate level. She holds undergraduate... Read More →
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Cecilia Vilca

Project manager PatriaLab, Microscopía Electrónica y Aplicaciones en el Perú (MyAP)
I hold a Master’s Degree in Digital Arts from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain and a Graphic Design Degree from School of Design Toulouse-Lautrec, Lima, Peru. Also I earned a grant awarded by NUFFIC in Spatial Analysis, Processing and Visualization of Geographic Information... Read More →
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Matthew Vincent

Researcher, digitalMED, Universidad de Murcia
Archaeologist, Coder, Digital Cultural Heritage Professional
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Willem Vletter

Vienna Institute for Archaeological Science
The main aim of the dissertation is to develop a methodology for the reconstruction of road and path networks based on ALS data. Basic research will be tested in two different case-study areas (Leitha hills in Austria and the Veluwe in the Netherlands) with different landscape settings... Read More →


Friday October 2, 2015 14:30 - 16:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Sala Gutenberg Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

14:30

T3 SP11 - Analysis of 2D / 3D Documents
14:30-14:45
193 - Ying Yang, Ruggero Pintus, Enrico Gobbetti and Holly Rushmeier
Automated Color Clustering for Medieval Manuscript Analysis

14:45-15:00
336 - Anthony Pamart, David Lo Buglio and Livio De Luca
Morphological Analysis of Shape Semantics from Curvature-based Signatures

15:00-15:15
286 - Zaynab Habibi, Guillaume Caron and El Mustapha Mouaddib
Assistive Visual Framing

15:15-15:30
337 - Friederike Peteler, Eloi Gattet, Philippe Bromblet, Odile Guillon, Jean-Marc Vallet and Livio De Luca
Analyzing the Evolution of Deterioration Patterns: A First Step of an Image-based Approach for Comparing Multitemporal Data Sets

15:30-15:45
210 - Katharina van Eckeren, Reimar Tausch, Pedro Santos and Dieter Fellner
3DHOG for Geometric Similarity Measurement and Retrieval for Digital Cultural Heritage Archives

15:45-16:00
333 - Ilias Kalisperakis, Christos Stentoumis, Lazaros Grammatikopoulos, Maria Eleni Dasiou and Ioannis N. Psycharis
Precise 3D Recording for Finite Element Analysis

16:00-16:15
332 - Ildefonso Ramírez González, Gianluca Catanzariti, Manuel García Gutiérrez, Luis Navarrete Ruiz, Loreto Parro González and Domingo José Puerto Pérez
Analysis and Interpretation of the Medieval Palace of the Archbishops in Alcalá de Henares (Spain); High Definition GPR Tomography and 3D Modelling Tools

Moderators
MF

Mohamed Farouk

Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage (CULTNAT), Bibliotheca Alexandrina

Speakers
avatar for Guillaume Caron

Guillaume Caron

MIS Laboratory, University of Picardy
AP

Anthony Pamart

Laboratoire MAP (UMR 3495 CNRS/MCC)
Leonardo da Vinci Internship, MAP-Gamsau UMR 3495 CNRS / MCC MAP, Marseille, France CKS Senior Research Fellow, EFEO, Siem Reap, Cambodia Graduated architect, Faculté d'Architecture LaCambre/Horta, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
avatar for Friederike Peteler

Friederike Peteler

Trainee, UMR CNRS/MCC 3495 MAP
Erasmus + Internship at the MAP-Gamsau 3495 UMR CNRS/MCC laboratory in Marseille, France Graduated architect, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy
avatar for Ruggero Pintus

Ruggero Pintus

Researcher, CRS4 - Center for Advanced Studies, Research, and Development in Sardinia
Ruggero Pintus studied Electronic Engineering at the University of Cagliari in Italy, where he received his master’s degree in April 2003. In 2004, he started working as a researcher at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (DIEE). He received the Ph.D. degree... Read More →
avatar for Christos Stentoumis

Christos Stentoumis

Co-founder, up2metric | 3D reconstructions


Friday October 2, 2015 14:30 - 16:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Faraday Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

14:30

T4 FP15 - Metadata and Ontologies
14:30-15:00
30 - Eunseok Kim, Jungwha Kim and Woontack Woo
Metadata Schema for Context-Aware Augmented Reality Application in Cultural Heritage Domain

15:00-15:30
36 - Diego Calvanese, Alessandro Mosca, José Remesal, Martin Rezk and Guillem Rull
A 'Historical Case' of Ontology-based Data Access

15:30-16:00
150 - Myriam Bahia Lopes, Marcos Andre Goncalves and Thiago Cunha Moura Salles
A Genealogy of the Work of Collector: The Document and its Image

16:00-16:30
125 - Riccardo Cacciotti and Jaroslav Valach
The MONDIS Project: Semantic Web and the Protection of Historic Buildings

Moderators
avatar for Juan Carlos Torres

Juan Carlos Torres

DigitalHERITAGE 2015 Chair and Prof. of Computer Science & Director Virtual Reality Lab, University of Granada

Speakers
avatar for Riccardo Cacciotti

Riccardo Cacciotti

Researcher, Institute Theoretical Applied Mechanics AV ČR
Researcher of the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics of the Czech Academy of Sciences. Organizer and facilitator of workshops concentrating on built heritage conservation and traditional building techniques at CTU Prague for the Advanced Masters in Structural Analysis... Read More →
avatar for Alessandro Mosca

Alessandro Mosca

Researcher, SIRIS LAB Research Division of SIRIS Acdemic SL
Alessandro Mosca has recently joined the Lab Division of SIRIS Academic SL, in Bercelona. His main research interests include disciplinary, as well as, transdisciplinary studies, such as: knowledge representation and reasoning (KR&R), non-classical modal and hybrid modal logics, formal... Read More →


Friday October 2, 2015 14:30 - 16:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

14:30

T5 SP12 - Virtual Museums and Interactive Technologies
14:30-14:45
15 - Donald Sanders
Advances in Virtual Heritage: Conditions and Caveats

14:45-15:00
55 - Chairi Kiourt, Anestis Koutsoudis, Fotis Arnaoutoglou, Georgia Petsa, Stella Markantonatou and George Pavlidis
A Dynamic Web-based 3D Virtual Museum Framework Based on Open Data

15:00-15:15
249 - Jaehong Ahn and Kwang-Yun Wohn
Lessons Learned from Reconstruction of a Virtual Grotto - From Point Cloud to Immersive Virtual Environment

15:15-15:30
243 - Yong Yi Lee, Junho Choi, Bilal Ahmed, Yong Hwi Kim, Jong Hun Lee, Moon Gu Son, Jae Doug Yoo and Kwan H. Lee
A SAR-based Interactive Digital Exhibition of Korean Cultural Artifacts

15:30-15:45
320 - Eiman Elgewely and Willeke Wendrich
Virtually United in Real Time: Museum Collections and Archaeological Context Explored

Moderators
avatar for Mona Hess

Mona Hess

Research Manager & Research Associate, UCL Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering
Mona Hess offers a cross-disciplinary approach for 3D imaging metrology and 3D printing in cultural heritage, arts&humanities and for creative industries. She also holds a PhD in same subject area. Specialized in 3D colour imaging and replica for museum objects she has taken on... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Eiman Elgewely

Eiman Elgewely

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria University
Dr Eiman Elgewely is a Fulbright alumna and Assistant Professor of Interior Architecture at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria University. Dr Elgewely achieved her Ph.D. from Alexandria University in 2011 in the field of virtual and Cyberspace design. She worked in several projects... Read More →
avatar for Chairi Kiourt

Chairi Kiourt

Associate Researcher, RC ATHENA
Informatics Engineer (VR Environments, Serious Games, Edutainment)
avatar for Donald Sanders

Donald Sanders

President, Learning Sites, Inc. and the Institute for the Visualization of History
Digital (especially virtual) heritage practitioner since 1993. President of Learning Sites, Inc., and the Institute for the Visualization of History. We build innovative historic visualizations for museums, archaeologists, schools, broadcast media, antiquities services, tourism, and... Read More →
avatar for Yong Yi

Yong Yi

Ph.D. Student, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology


Friday October 2, 2015 14:30 - 16:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Cine3 Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

16:30

Coffee
Friday October 2, 2015 16:30 - 17:00
Parque de las Ciencias  Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

17:00

Closing Ceremony and Presentation of Awards
Tartessos prize

  • Donald H. Sanders, President, The Institute for the Visualization of History, Inc. & Learning Sites, Inc. (USA)
  • Alfredo Grande León, President of Spanish Society of Virtual Archaeology (SEAV) & President of INNOVA Network (Spain)
  • Alan Chalmers, Professor Alan Chalmers, WMG, University of Warwick & Innovation Director, goHDR Ltd.  (United Kingdom)

Best Papers

Best Student Papers

Friday October 2, 2015 17:00 - 18:30
Parque de las Ciencias - Auditorio Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada