NFDI4Culture Metadata API
Metadata of all resources as Linked Open Data
The NFDI4Culture portal offers all content as Linked Open Data over this RESTful API. The API implements the Hydra-Specification of the W3C Hydra Community Group. The semantic description of this API can be retrieved by clients via the Hydra documentation file (JSON). Each metadata record offered via this API can also be retrieved in one of following machine-readable LOD serializations. The API is the basis for the Culture Research Information Graph, which together with the Culture Research Data Graph forms the Culture Knowledge Graph (for more details see this presentation).
Persistent Identifier: <https://nfdi4culture.de/id/E2918>
NFDI4Culture Forum "3D objects: digitisation, presentation and preservation"
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The NFDI4Culture task areas are modelled according to the research data lifecycle in order to build a sustainable, needs-based research data infrastructure. As in everyday research data management, a variety of expertise is required at different stages of a project to ensure data is being handled in a sustainable manner. Consequently, the people who are actively involved in the process of capturing and enriching data are not necessarily responsible for publishing and archiving the research data, too. However, to achieve best possible research outputs, close cooperation becomes essential at exactly those points. To foster this collaboration, the task areas "Data capture and enrichment of digital cultural assets" (TA 1) and "Data publication and data availability" (TA 4) jointly host a forum on 12th May 2022, 10am - 1.30pm which focuses particularly on digital preservation of 3D data. The aim of this event is to provide suppliers of 3D data as well as repository providers a platform for exchange and an opportunity to collaboratively address their needs and challenges.
The Presentations will cover the following topics:
- Introduction to 3D digitisation, 3D modelling, 3D annotations, 3D reconstruction
- Rendering 3D models with kompakkt and DFG-3D-Viewer
- Basics of digital preservation with particular focus on the challenges around the preservation of 3D data
- Presentation of selected repositories and the status quo of 3D data archiving
After the presentations, there will be plenty of opportunity for discussion and exchange.
10.00 - 10.05am: Welcome
Lightning talks around 3D and digital preservation
10.05 - 10.20am: 3D digitisation, 3D modelling, 3D annotations, 3D metadata, including application scenarios (Zoe Schubert und Katja Sternitzke | SBB, Anja Cramer und Guido Heinz | RGZM)
10.20 - 10.30am: Digital preservation basics and methods (Jörg Heseler und Gerald Hübsch | SLUB Dresden)
10.30 - 10.45am: Rendering of 3D models with kompakkt.de Viewer (Zoe Schubert | SBB)
10.45 - 11.00am: DFG-Viewer 3D – Infrastructure for digital 3D reconstructions (Sebastian Meyer | SLUB Dresden)
11.00 - 11.30am: The road to digital archiving (Jörg Heseler und Gerald Hübsch | SLUB Dresden)
11.30 - 12.00am: Break
Digital preservation services
12.05 - 12.35am: SLUBArchiv.digital (Jörg Heseler, Gerald Hübsch), heiARCHIVE (Leonhard Maylein), RADAR4Culture (Kerstin Soltau), FID Workbench BAUdigital (Andreas Noback), TIB Hannover (Micky Lindlar)
12.40 - 13.30am: Discussion and wrap-up
We are looking forward to your participation.
- Task Area 4: Data publication and data availability
- Task Area 1: Data capture and enrichment
- Katja Sternitzke
- Jörg Heseler
- Zoe Schubert
- Gerald Hübsch
- Kerstin Soltau
- FID BAUdigital – Fachinformationsdienst Bauingenieurwesen, Architektur und Urbanistik
- NFDI4Culture Forum "3D objects: digitisation, presentation and preservation" - Report