Since the inception of the 3D Visualisation in the Arts Network (3DVisA) in May 2006, its staff have been involved in a number of events and activities. This section contains information about some of these
events. The most recent information appears at the top of the listing.
Please note this page is no longer maintained.
14 December 2007. Matt Jones wins the 3DVisA Student Award
An essay on 3D visualisation of Southampton in 1454 by
Matt Jones, an M.Sc. student in Archaeological Computing at the University of Southampton, wins the
3DVisA Student Award.
26th November 2007, The London Charter: Development, Implementation and Advocacy
A one-day meeting at the University of Brighton of the London Charter Advisory Board leading to the publication of the authoritative Second Draft of the Charter.
15 November 2007. 3DVisA Student Award Deadline
3DVisA is running an award for an essay on an innovative application of 3D computer graphics to any area of study in the Arts and Humanities.
The award will be made to an undergraduate, postgraduate or Ph.D. student currently registered in the UK. The completed essay and application form must be submitted by 15th November 2007.
9-12 September 2007. 3DVisA at DRHA'07
3DVisA and the London Charter presented at DRHA 2007, Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts Conference,
Dartington College of Arts, Devon, UK, 9-12 September 2007.
19 June 2007. From Abstract Data Mapping to 3D Photorealism Workshop
Understanding Emerging Intersections in Visualisation Practices and Techniques. A workshop organised by Julie Tolmie, 3DVisA, and supported by the AHRC ICT Methods Network,
Kings College, University of London. More...
17-19 April 2007. First VizNet/3DVisA workshop
Intersections in Visualisation Practices and Techniques, a workshop organised jointly by VizNet, the UK Visualization Support Network and 3DVisA, Loughborough
University, Leicestershire, UK, 17-19 April 2007. More...
7 March 2007. Theoretical Approaches to Virtual Representations of Past Environments
3DVisA participated in this seminar, organised by the AHRC ICT Methods Network and Goldsmiths, University of London.
28 November 2006. 3DVisA at Tate Modern
The London Charter presented at the conference, Looking Forward to the Past: Science and Heritage, an event organised by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the Council for the Central Laboratory of the Research Councils (CCLRC),
Tate Modern, London, 28 November 2006.
10-11 November 2006. 3DVisA at CHArt'06
3DVisA and the London Charter demonstrated at the thirty second annual conference
of CHArt, Computers and the History of Art Annual Conference, Birkbeck, University of London, UK.
30 October-4 November 2006. 3DVisA at CIPA'06
The London Charter participated in CIPA'06, the joint event,
incorporating the 37th Workshop of the International Committee for Architectural Photogrammetry (CIPA) on e-Documentation and Standardisation in Cultural Heritage (http://cipa.icomos.org ); the 7th VAST International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage;
the 4th Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage (http://www.eg.org); the 1st Euro-Med Conference on IT in Cultural Heritage, and the EPOCH General Assembly and EPOCH SME
meeting (http://www.epoch-net.org/); Nicosia, Cyprus.
3 September, 2006. 3DVisA Launch
The 3D Visualisation in the Arts Network was launched at DRHA 2006, the annual conference of
Digital Resources in the Humanities and Arts, at Dartington College of the Arts on Sunday 3rd September 2006.
The launch followed an introductory talk by Professor Richard Beacham
"'Bearers of the Flame': music, dance, design, and lighting, real and virtual. The enlightened and still luminous legacies of Hellerau and Dartington."
25 May 2006. How Kew Grew Launch
How Kew Grew showcased at Kew Gardens as part of the Kew Gardens' Heritage Festival.
"One of the displays, How Kew Grew, explores Kew's past through 3D reconstruction. Produced by the King's Visualisation Lab in the Centre for Computing in the
Humanities - which specialises in visual representation for archaeology, historic buildings, cultural heritage organisations
and academic research - How Kew Grew takes the viewer on an animated journey through the centuries of history at the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew,
from Roman landscape to the present day."