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Projects

  • The CINE project brought together heritage organisations, digital enterprises and knowledge organisations to develop interactive maps, galleries, reconstructions and archives.
  • The ongoing STRATUS project is pushing the boundaries of Virtual Reality, creating linked virtual reality tours, and collective experiences.
  • The CUPIDO project will disseminate across the North Sea Region, and will provide Workshop and VR materials for development.
  • TechSolns COVID-response technology project.
  • EU-LAC Museums project

CINE

Description

Connected Culture and Natural Heritage in a Northern Environment (CINE) was a collaborative digital heritage project funded by the Northern Periphery and Artic Programme between 9 partners and 10 associated partners between 2017-2020. CINE transformed people’s experiences with outdoor heritage sites through “museum without walls” technology, allowing the visualisation of effects the changing environment has on heritage sites, which helps to imagines possible futures.

Virtual Museum

Northern Periphery and Artic Region

EULAC

Description

The Museums and Community: Concepts, Experiences and Sustainability in Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean (EU-LAC MUSEUMS) project was an EU Horizon 2020 funded heritage project created under the auspices of ICOM. The aim of the project was to better understand the cultural, scientific and social relationships between the EU and LAC regions and ran from 2016 to 2021. In its final year it won the Europa Nostra Ilucidare Special Prize for Heritage-led International Relations.

Virtual Museum

Horizon 2020

CUPIDO

Description

The CUPIDO project was co-funded by the North Sea Region Programme with overall objectives to develop new business opportunities in cultural and heritage sectors around the North Sea. CUPIDO goals were to strengthen sustainable future economies based on social historic roles and core values of the involved regions and local communities.

Virtual Museum

North See Region

STRATUS

Description

The ongoing NPA-funded STRATUS project is driven by collaborative partners in Ireland, Northern Ireland, Iceland and Scotland. STRATUS view is connecting emergent digital technologies and changing digital literacies is a key to re-energising communities with exploration of their past. By using disruptive VR technologies to explore the past, present and possible futures, STARTUS hopes to maximise potential benefits for unique natural and cultural heritage.

Virtual Museum

Northern Periphery and Artic

PHIVE

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Description

Heritage plays an important role in social, educational and economics of aspects. Accelerated by COVID 19 impact we have seen digital representations of heritage become increasingly important both for its preservation and promotion. As commodity computers and phones have become both more accessible and more powerful, the digital literacies that accompany them have become ubiquitous.

Virtual Museum

Northern Periphery and Artic