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EMOTIVE in a nutshell (or a booklet)

While the date for the EMOTIVE project’s final public demo event is fast approaching, we decided to create a booklet to present the EMOTIVE project in a nutshell. The booklet gives an overview of a number of prototype tools and applications for heritage professionals and visitors that produce interactive, personalized, emotionally resonant digital experiences for museums and cultural sites. View/download […]

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NEW VIDEO: ‘A Window to the Scottish Past: Views on Verecunda’s Life’, Hunterian Museum Onsite Experience 

We are delighted to share with you our new video showcasing one of the EMOTIVE experiences: ‘A Window to the Scottish Past: Views on Verecunda’s Life’, Hunterian Museum Onsite Experience. The Verecunda EMOTIVE experience is a multi-part, facilitator-led in gallery experience created for 4 concurrent users. It focuses on the story of a local 15-year-old, Caledonian […]

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EMOTIVE project at EaPEC 2019

On  the 25th and 26th of September we were invited to present our work in the 4th Eastern Partnership E-infrastructures Conference, EaPEC 2019 (https://www.eapconference.org/eapec-2019), which was held in the Matenadaran Museum of ancient manuscripts in Yerevan, Armenia. EMOTIVE was a fitting project to help the conference explore its theme, ‘Connecting with Culture’. The EMOTIVE talk […]

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Save the date: H2020 EMOTIVE public DEMO event

 EMOTIVE project’s final public demo event will take place on 30th October 2019, at the Hunterian Museum, Main Campus building of the University of Glasgow.EMOTIVE is a European Union-funded Horizon 2020 project which seeks to develop emotionally-resonant digital experiences for visitors at cultural heritage sites, with a particular focus on the unique – but curatorially […]

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Guest blog post by Dr Rozhen K. Mohammed-Amin

Why EMOTIVE? My insider experiences as a visiting scholar at the University of GlasgowMuseum literature taught me that “memorable experiences have an emotional label”; so, “what is emotionally experienced, will be remembered” (Falk & Dierking, 2013). Learning literature, on the other hand, made me realize that there are more layers between “knowing” and “applying” something; […]

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EMOTIVE at the MuseWeb ’19 Conference in Boston

EMOTIVE’s partner ATHENA traveled to Boston in early April 2019 to participate in MuseWeb ‘19 (the new name for the popular “Museums and the Web” conference). The conference is organised annually and explores advanced research and exemplary applications of digital practice for cultural, natural and scientific heritage. ATHENA had a taste of the latest digital […]

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EMOTIVE: a successful cooperation between Humanities Researchers and Cultural Heritage Institutions

The EMOTIVE project has been included as one of seven successful cooperation examples in the newly published How to Facilitate Cooperation between Humanities Researchers and Cultural Heritage Institutions. Guidelines. This report, edited by Maciej Maryl and Klaudia Grabowska (Digital Humanities Centre at the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences), is the outcome […]

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