July, 6th, 2022, German & English, online
Barcamp: 3D in Cultural Heritage 2022
The importance of digital 3D objects is growing in the field of cultural heritage. Rapid technological developments in recent years have opened up many exciting opportunities. The questions that have arisen cannot be answered in a general way, as it became clear in our event in May, which was dedicated to the topic of 3D objects and archiving. Great topics were touched upon and many further questions were opened up. We would like to take this up and start directly where we left off from May 12!
Whether it is about 3D digitisation, methods for post-processing, 3D metadata, the variety of formats and platforms, repositories and web viewers along with annotation possibilities and, of course, the fields of further application in the museum and education sectors: The topics are diverse. And the knowledge lies with you, in the digitisation community!
We would therefore like to offer a platform for exchange specifically on the topic of 3D digital cultural and research data with our 2nd Community Barcamp on Digitisation in NFDI4Culture. For this purpose, we have brought the FID BAUdigital on board as co-organizer, who will enrich the Barcamp with their expertise especially in the field of architecture, building archaeology and virtual reconstructions.
July 06, 2022: Barcamp: 3D in Cultural Heritage 2022 (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.) - Online
This is your opportunity to have your say! The purpose of this barcamp is to initiate knowledge exchange, to network and to gain new insights together. Topics from the previous forum on 3D- and long-term archiving in May can be taken up again in more depth, but other currently important problems can also be discussed. Likewise, you are welcome to present your projects here amongst like-minded people. All ideas are welcome!
Who is this event for?
For everyone interested, ranging from having no previous knowledge to being experts in the field of 3D digitisation.
For researchers at universities as well as GLAM institutions.
For data providers, professional digitisers and reusers.
For research projects in the making up to completed projects with a wealth of practical experience.
For users and practitioners in the field of 3D, AR/VR, photogrammetry, laser scanning, computed tomography and all others.
For interested people from a wide range of related fields: from art history, (building) archaeology and architecture, to theater, film and media studies, and all others.
The event will take place virtually via Zoom and is free of charge.
We kindly ask for your registration via https://barcamps.eu/3d-und-kulturerbe-2022/
The link to the Zoom room will be sent to all registered participants by e-mail well in advance of the event.
We are happy to help with any further questions you may have and would appreciate a short notice to coordination-office(at)nfdi4culture(dot)de
Please feel free to forward the event announcement to your peer groups and professional associations.
Around the event and how can I take an active part?
Please visit https://barcamps.eu/3d-und-kulturerbe-2022/ for more information about the event.
The preliminary program can be found here: https://barcamps.eu/3d-und-kulturerbe-2022/events
The Barcamp will be held in German, but individual sessions can also be held in other languages.
Session proposals for the barcamp can be submitted beforehand at https://barcamps.eu/3d-und-kulturerbe-2022/sessions. Of course, you can also suggest topics at short notice on the day of the event or simply join any of the sessions.
What is a Barcamp?
Please visit https://barcamps.eu/3d-und-kulturerbe-2022/ for a short video introduction to barcamps.
For an impression of what a barcamp in the field of cultural data can look like, the results and sessions of our last year's barcamp can be found here: https://nfdi4culture.de/de/aktuelles/nachrichten/forum-community-kick-off-digitalisierung-fuer-die-wissenschaft-in-nfdi4culture-bericht.html
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