Digital Conversations: New Technologies | WORKSHOP 1 - Merged Reality, Virtual Reality and CT scanning
30 January 2018, 10am to 6pm
WORKSHOP 1 | SCHEDULE
This presentation by Chris Walker from Virtual Case Systems Ltd (UK) will track the interpretative and technical development of a number of different projects, sharing how the use of merged reality spaces solves old problems and presents new possibilities. Chris will include studies of the award-winning Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre, ColliderCase technology, and the application of artificial intelligence in community memory.
Lisa Ellis, Conservator of Sculpture and Decorative Arts at the AGO, will share the journey of discovery into the mysteries of these objects, and her findings as well as the recognition of the opportunity to create a museum experience never before possible. Priam Givord, senior Digital Artist and VR technologist, will relate the challenges and successful solutions in working with a heritage institution and the medium of Virtual Reality. Displaying such an artefact at the level of detail it deserves needs specific understanding of Environmental Design arts and real-time computer 3D graphics today. From X-Rays to Room-scale VR, Priam will explain his take on handling the granularity of a very high-resolution object to expose it to the eyes of the public using the appropriate medium.
4:30pm - 5pm: Sharing Session
5pm - 6pm: Closing
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Chris Walker, Founder and Director, Virtual Case Systems
The last decade has seen a huge transition towards digital interpretation, and Bright White has won many major awards for the successful implementation of major digital interpretation projects.
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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM SGT
- National Museum of Singapore
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- Venue Address
- National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road Singapore