Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Digital Visualisation Technologies for Community Engagement and Research
Cara Jones will be at Digital Past 2015 to present the ACCORD (Archaeology Community Co-production of Research Data) project, a partnership between the Glasgow School of Art, Archaeology Scotland, University of Manchester and the RCAHMS that explores the opportunities and implications of digital visualisation technologies - traditionally the domain of the specialist - for community engagement and research. 

The project has designed and produced an archival and open-access research resource that with the support of visualisation technologists, researchers and practitioners in community engagement, enables participants to design, produce, share and reuse their own ‘community defined’ 3D digital assets.  Core to ACCORD is the recognition that heritage is increasingly being made by everyone, especially through the growing accessibility and ubiquity of easy to use digital technology. 


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