The 4DCity application is currently being developed at the Chair of Digital Humanities at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena and as such one of the use cases within the 5Dculture project. With this application, users can essentially transport themselves into the past and e...
Kick-off meeting in Lindau (Bodensee)
After an overview of the project's objectives, scope, anticipated outcomes, the main application areas and domains of the project: fashion, archaeology and architecture, the participants engaged in open discussions and planning sessions to define the next key action points for each area of work. The kick-off meeting provided a solid foundation for the project and the participants demonstrated a shared commitment to excellence, collaboration, and realising the project's vision.
“We are very excited to welcome the partners of 5Dculture to Lindau and host the Kick-off meeting for what promises to be a very fascinating and inspiring project that will showcase the many ways in which new technologies and 3D assets can be combined and used in various domains, from tourism to education. Having worked on the topic of cultural assets re-use and digital storytelling for a few years here at IN2, we now look to create innovation for 3D content, which is an important priority for the Data Space of Cultural Heritage.”
- George Ioannidis, Director IN2 Digital Innovations GmbH, Coordinator 5Dculture
Download the meeting press release.
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