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This section contains information about selected conferences, seminars, workshops and other events of interest to the 3D visualisation community. The most recent information appears at the top of the listing. See also 3DVisA News.

  • 8-11 July 2008. IV'08-CHKV

  • Cultural Heritage Knowledge Visualisation Symposium, part of the 12th European Information Visualisation Conference, London South Bank University, London, UK. More...

  • 7-9 May 2008, Second vizNET/3DVisA Conference

  • The 2nd Interdisciplinary Conference and Workshop on Intersections of Visualisation Practices and Techniques, Loughborough University, Leicestershire, UK. Hosted by vizNET and 3DVisA. Following the successful vizNET 2007 event, vizNET 2008 event aims to establish an international forum for the sharing of new ideas, approaches, and practical experience among those using visualisation in the arts and humanities, as well as science and engineering.
    The event covers a wide range of visualisation topics and offers an opportunity to present and hear about research, applications and ideas in these areas. The event includes 2-day introductory workshop in visualisation technologies, methods and issues for novice and advanced users, followed by a third day for expert visualisation users. More

  • 27-28 March 2008. 3D Colour Laser Scanning Conference, University College London.

    The themes will include the applications of 3D scanning technologies in the museum and heritage sector, education and interpretation, display and conservation. The conference is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and is organised by UCL Museums and Collections and UCL Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering. More...

  • 26-30 November 2007. VAST'07

    The 8th International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage. Future technologies to empower heritage professionals, Brighton, UK. More...

  • 12–14 October 2007. MACHINIMA FESTIVAL'07

  • De Montfort University Campus Centre, Leicester, UK. Machinima (muh-shin-eh-mah) is filmmaking within a real-time, 3D virtual environment, often using 3D video-game technologies. Europe's first Machinima Festival is organised by De Montfort University's Institute of Creative Technologies (IOCT). More...

  • 23-26 September 2007. VSMM'07

  • The 13th International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia, EXCHANGE AND EXPERIENCE IN SPACE AND PLACE, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
    with themes on Virtual Heritage and Virtual Cultures; Virtual Environments and Virtual Experiences; Applied technologies and system. Endorsed by the Australian National Commission for UNESCO and sponsored by the Australasian Centre for Interaction Design (ACID) and Cyberdreaming. More...

  • 9-12 September 2007. DRHA'07

  • Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts Conference, Dartington College of Arts, Devon, UK. More...

  • 21-22 June 2007. uclan 3D conference | bringing learning to life

  • University of Central Lancashire, Preston. This conference, at Europe's largest educational stereoscopic 3D lecture theatre, will examine the impact of 3D immersive environments on industry, entertainment and academic life. Conference programme and booking form available on this event website.

  • 19 June 2007. From Abstract Data Mapping to 3D Photorealism Workshop

    A Methods Network workshop organised by Julie Tolmie, 3DVisA, Kings College, University of London. More...

  • 5-6 May 2007. The Body and Mask Symposium

  • THE BODY AND THE MASK IN ANCIENT THEATRE SPACE, an interdisciplinary symposium, Handa Nô Studio, Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham and King's College, London (Strand Campus), 5-6 May 2007. Organised by King's Visualisation Lab at the Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London and the Department of Classics and Ancient History, Durham University as part of an AHRC-funded project. The programme included a demonstration of 3D motion-capture to record movements of performers and placing them in virtually realised ancient theatre spaces, and a performance by the renowned Japanese Nô performer, Matsui Akira. For further details please contact Margaret Coldiron (margaret.coldiron AT durham.ac.uk).

  • 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. More...

  • 7 March 2007. Theoretical Approaches to Virtual Representations of Past Environments

  • Organised by the AHRC ICT Methods Network and Goldsmiths, University of London.

  • 28 November 2006. 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. More...

  • 10-11 November 2006. CHArt'06

  • 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. CIPA'06

  • An 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. More...

  • 3-6 September, 2006. DRHA'06

  • The annual conference of Digital Resources in the Humanities and Arts, Dartington College, Devon, UK. More...