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Modelling, Interpretation and Alternate Representations:
Visualization technology, Heritage Buildings & Coastal Threats


Forthcoming workshops ----                                                      


Event 4 - March 22-23 2010.
"Virtual Heritage"

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Two day event at Bangor University, held at Technium CAST. Bringing together Industry, Charities and Institutions to discuss Virtual Reality techniques and ideas for Science and Heritage applications. Also jointly organised with VRLink - enhancing business communication through virtual worlds.

Previous workshops ----                                                            

Event 1 - February 19-20 2009
"Heritage Visualizations & Technologies"

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Two day workshop at Bangor University (WISCA) looking at modelling and visualization in Heritage Sciences and site visit to National Trust’s archaeological site (Dinas Dinlle, Gwynedd).

Event 2 - May 7-8 2009
"Heritage Modelling and Visualization"

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Two day event at Bangor University, held at CAST. To discuss the application of modelling and visualization to coastal sites. Discussion of coastal projects elsewhere. Discussion of potential applications of modelling and visualization. Development of fresh research questions.

Event 3 - July 9-10 2009
Heritage Modelling and Visualization (Heritage Buildings & multivocality)

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Event 3. Two day open event (Cardiff, National History Museum, St Fagan’s). Discussion of issues of interest/concern to site managers and site visit. Discussion of current best practise visualization projects, application of our modelling and visualization approach to issues at St Fagan’s. Development of new research questions.

Supporting the RCAHMW's Digital Past conference. 16 February 2010 - 17 February 2010, St Fagans: National History Musuem, Cardiff

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 Building on the success of the first Digital Past conference in Aberystwyth, Digital Past 2010 offers two days of events held within and around the historic properties of St Fagans. Conference papers, seminars, and practical training sessions will be combined to cover the latest technical survey and interpretation techniques and their practical application in heritage interpretation and education.