Cultural Heritage and Creative City / Regional Development

An overview of the CreativeCH's last workshop on Cultural Heritage and Creative Ctiy / Regional Development, which took place on the 17 September 2014 in Budapest


15 November 2013

Smithsonian's 3D scanned models are now available to the public

Vairochana, the Cosmic Buddha. Source:
The Smithsonian Institution released the first pack of digitsed heritage 3D model that can be freely accessed and even 3D printed

14 November 2013

Next CreativeCH's Workshop announced. New skills and professionalization for the Digital Arena

This 7th CreativeCH's workshop will be hosted next 2nd December in Rotterdam by DISH - Digital Strategies in Heritage

12 November 2013

How Google Glass could allow museums to become fully accessible to deaf people

GoogleGlass4LIS is an App developed for Google Glass which aims to make museums and exhibitions fully accessible to deaf persons.

05 November 2013

Best 15 Ideas awarded by @diversity during the European Culture Forum in Brussels

@diversity awarded last 4th November the best 15 innovative ideas in the field of ICT and culture

22 October 2013

Experience ancient books in 3D thanks to MUBIL project

MUBIL project. Source:
MUBIL is a project which aims to effect old manuscripts thanks to the possibilities offered by Virtual Environments

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