ICCROM webinar Applying Digital Documentation for Sustainable Heritage Preservation and Management on 20 October 2022, will discuss the use of advanced technologies such as virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) for sustainable conservation and touristic development.
Digital documentation is a tool highly beneficial for heritage at risk from disasters, natural hazards and war damage. Several heritage projects utilise this technology for the development of regional and touristic actions. This webinar will host experts working on such projects sharing their experience on how to use innovative technologies for the documentation of cultural heritage and the opportunities and risks.
Discussing how to apply, update and make affordable documentation of cultural heritage.
- Mario Santana Quintero, Secretary General (ICOMOS) and Professor (Carleton Immersive Media Studio, Carleton University)
- Anthony Corns, Technology Manager, The Discovery Programme: Centre for Archaeology and Innovation – Ireland
- Atsushi Noguchi, Researcher, Kanazawa University – Japan
- Bernadette Devilat, Senior Research Fellow, Nottingham Trent University – United Kingdom
- Bijan Rouhani, Researcher, EAMENA Project, University of Oxford – United Kingdom
- Manuel Dueñas, Lecturer, University of California – Mexico
- Rand Eppich, Conservation Architect – Spain
The webinar is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about digital documentation and popularise it in the field of heritage conservation and management. Digital documentation is beneficial to the sustainable conservation of heritage at risk and within its nature invites innovative applications in other fields as heritage promotion and its use as a resource for development.
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