Call: Visualisations and Simulations Symposium

Visualisations and Simulations Symposium

Date: 16-17 June 2011
Duration: 2 days
Venue: Anatomy Theatre & Museum, King’s College London

The popular use of three dimensional models for visually representing information in archaeology, historic buildings, cultural heritage organisations, and academic research has created new challenges for managing and preserving such material. The two-day symposium on Visualisations and Simulations will provide a forum for participants to review and discuss the latest developments in the field, witness real-life case studies, and engage in networking activities. The symposium will promote discussion of the following key topics:

  • Intellectual “Transparency” In 3D Cultural Heritage Models
  • The role of Virtual Museums
  • Preservation of Mixed Reality Representations of Heritage Sites

The symposium is organised by the King’s Visualisation Lab based at the Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King’s College London. For more information about the KVL, visit the official website.

The symposium will take place on 16-17 June 2011 at:
Anatomy Theatre & Museum
6th Floor, King’s Building
King’s College London, Strand Campus

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