Tag: publications

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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Call for Papers: Emotions in Digital Cultural Heritage

Call for Papers Emotions in Digital Cultural Heritage: How do we design and evaluate emotionally engaging applications and tools? A Special Session of DigitalHERITAGE 2018 3rd International Congress & Expo 26-30 October 2018, San Francisco, USA http://www.digitalheritage2018.org/   Organised by the EMOTIVE EU project http://www.emotiveproject.eu/ Chairs: Maria Economou (University of Glasgow, UK) & Maria Roussou (University of Athens […]

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EMOTIVE Paper presented at ACM SIGGRAPH Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics

EMOTIVE Ph.D. student Julien Philip from Inria presented a paper  ‘Plane-Based Multi-View Inpainting for Image-Based Rendering in Large Scenes’ at the ACM SIGGRAPH Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics and Games (i3D) in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on 17 May 2018. This is the leading conference for real time 3D computer graphics and human interaction. The paper […]

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EMOTIVE Meeting in Dublin

On 26 November 2016, the members from all eight partner institutions and companies gathered at the offices of the Athena Research Institute to meet, greet and plan the work ahead. A year later, this time in Ireland, the team met again to follow up on project work to date and plan for the review of […]

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