This year I took part at the second edition of Digital Heritage International Conference in Granada, from 28th September to 2nd October. There I had the precious opportunity to meet several scholars and specialists active in the field of digital heritage and discuss with them about their work.
I had the pleasure to present two papers about the results of the work of my company and to demonstrate it during the Digital Heritage Expo.
The first article, “Tangible interfaces for digital museum applications“, is about the concept and the technology behind Virtex, an application developed for Keys To Rome exhibition.
The second article, “Battery Aachen. Using landscape reconstruction for on-site exploration of a World War One military unit”, shows the state of the art of a project of landscape reconstruction commissioned by the Provincial domain of Raversyde, near Ostende (Belgium). More information on the state of the project are available on the Blog The Great War at Raversyde .