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    Francesca Anichini

    Archaeologists know how pottery is of fundamental importance for the comprehension and dating of archaeological contexts, and for understanding the dynamics of production, trade flows, and social interactions. Today, two main obstacles have to be dealt with in archaeological studies of pottery: (1) the characterisation and classification of ceramics is carried out manually; (2) the storage and display of such material are becoming more and more difficult due to the insufficient space available both in archaeological storehouses and museums. The ArchAIDE project (www.archaide.eu), funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, has developed a new app that aims …

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    Alexander Lavrov

    Bridge between past and future - new museum for new generation by it`s hands. It is the project with 10 years long digital history and with about the century physical world story. The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts is a museum complex that is currently in possession of one of the largest world art collections from Ancient Egypt and Greece to our days. The idea of creating a Museum quarter on Volkhonka Street was conceived by Ivan Tsvetaev, the founder of the Museum. In 2014, a competition was held for the architectural concept of the Museum quarter, in which the project Rhizosphere won. After the completion of the reconstruction project, nine museums will operate on the territory …

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    The Falstad center

    During World War II, SS Strafgefangenenlager Falstad was one of the largest and most brutal prison camps in Norway, and the only one directly operated by the SS. Visitors to the Falstad center meet a completely different landscape and building structure than the one from 1945. What was once a double-fenced area, guard towers and barracks is today a beautiful park nearly without remains other than the main building visitor center. The Falstad center and partners have developed a new approach towards conserving and presenting history in the so-called, Future Memory App (FMA). FMA combines geo-localized digital reconstruction with historical source materials to deliver individualized …

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    Francesca Anichini

    Archaeologists know how pottery is of fundamental importance for the comprehension and dating of archaeological contexts, and for understanding the dynamics of production, trade flows, and social interactions. Today, two main obstacles have to be dealt with in archaeological studies of pottery: (1) the characterisation and classification of ceramics is carried out manually; (2) the storage and display of such material are becoming more and more difficult due to the insufficient space available both in archaeological storehouses and museums. The ArchAIDE project (www.archaide.eu), funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, has developed a new app that aims …

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    Helge Salomonsen

    All the viking ships at our museum were ocean going vessels before they were hauled onto land to be used in burial rituals for their wealthy owners. In the burial mounds, archeologists unearthed sceletons, beautiful wood carvings and a diverse range of artifacts from the fascinating world of the vikings. The Viking Ship Museum at Bygdøy is one of two buildings belonging to the Museum of Cultural History at the University of Oslo, Norway. At the Viking Ship Museum are finds from the burials from Tune, Gokstad and Oseberg. This audioguide app is presented in multiple languages ( English, Norwegian, French, Russian, German and Spanish) and have support for ibeacons. The audience is …

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    Gábor Szabó

    GuideNow – Your art, your guide, right now! GuideNow is a complex, dynamically expandable, easy-to-use multimedia guide system. It can be quickly and inexpensively set up at any exhibition. Visitors can easily access all exhibition contents on their own usual smart devices. They no longer have to queue and adapt to old-fashioned audio guides. Our interactive audio guide offers them a more comfortable, personal and engaging experience, as they can visit exhibitions at their own pace and interest. Audiovisual and multimedia content may contain text, sound, photo, 360-degree image, animation, video, and 3D models. GuideNow makes museum adventure much more memorable, enjoyable and superior. …