Project Partners met in Reykjavik for the final conference and then traveled to Austurland (East Iceland). After a successful conference in Reykjavik on June the 16th, Skuli Björn Gunnarsson from Gunnar Gunnarsson Institute hosted project partners from University of St. Andrew's and Timespan (Scotland), Ulster University (Northern Ireland), Mayo County Council (Ireland) and Värmland County Administrative Board (Sweden).
PHIVE Project is concluding but, at the same time, it also marks the beginning of the Northern Heritage Network. Don't miss this short film with interviews and clips of how digital technology can promote heritage in virtual environments. Made by one of the PHIVE partners, Aurora Borealis Multimedia, with the help of other project partners and associated partners, some of them featured in the film.