JISC 3D Visualisation in the Arts Network
3DVisA Bulletin, Issue 1, September 2006
ISSN 1751-8962 (Print)
ISSN 1751-8970 (Online)
NEWS AND EVENTS
The JISC 3D Visualisation in the Arts Network (3DVisA ) was launched at the Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts (DRHA) Conference, Dartington College, Devon, UK, on 3 September 2006. A panel session on 4 September 2006, introduced the Network's plans for the future.
3DVisA invites you to:
Comments are invited on the proposed London Charter for the use of three-dimensional visualisation in the research and communication of cultural heritage.
3DVisA is compiling a report on the needs of the 3D community. We would like to hear from all involved in the creation and use of 3D visualisation in Arts and Humanities subject areas. Please take a few minutes to fill in our 3D Needs Survey to tell us what kind of support for 3D visualisation users and/or creators would you like to see put in place, or email Anna Bentkowska-Kafel.
We would like to hear from postgraduate students at various UK colleges, their lecturers and prospective sponsors, regarding setting up a 3DVisA student award for the best 3D visualisation projects. Please send your suggestions for selection criteria and submission formats.
a profile of your 3D projects to the 3DVisA Survey. Please email Anna Bentkowska-Kafel for further details.
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and explore Kew's past through 3D reconstruction, How Kew Grew. Produced by the King's Visualisation Lab in the Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College, London. The animation is displayed in the Princess of Wales Conservatory until 24 September 2006.
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