Tag: research

Cultural Heritage EU funded projects meet at the CrossCult & Emotive Workshop in Athens

On Monday the 14th of May 2018, the EMOTIVE team had the chance to organize and co-host with the CrossCult project an exciting event that brought together representatives of most of the current cultural heritage EU funded projects. The event was structured in three main sessions, attempting to approach cultural heritage research and innovation through […]

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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 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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SPOTLIGHT ON… Research Group GRAPHDECO & the INRIA’s paper at the SIGGRAPH 2017

GRAPHDECO (team.inria.fr/graphdeco) is a research group at Inria Sophia-Antipolis (www.inria.fr), focusing on research in the domain of computer graphics. We develop novel solutions for image-based rendering techniques, in particular developing solutions that will allow highly realistic virtual experiences of existing sites, such as Çatalhöyük. Another research focus of the group is on head-mounted display (HMD) […]

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Emotive Project kick-off!

After months of planning, we are very excited to kick off the EMOTIVE project in Athens! On November 26th, 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. Over the next three years, the team will research, design, develop […]

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