Chen Wu-Wei, NYU University Shanghai, China | April 23, 2018 | 10 am



Digital Heritage and Narrative workshop strive to explore the tangible/intangible aspects of digital heritage conservation. It further discusses collaborative opportunities to conduct the high-resolution site survey for scholars and institutions at local authorities. For preserving and making sustainable of the tangible cultural heritage, three-dimensional models, utilization of digital sculpting and other innovative perspectives are discussed. For extending the established results and making the digital resources available to broader audiences, the workshop further welcome researchers and projects relate to interactive info-motion interface and apply the knowledge of digital heritage to STEAM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics). The workshop expects to bridge the platform for archeology, computer graphics, and interactive info-motion design. For further protecting, educating and consolidating “building dwelling thinking” through digital heritage preservation, the workshop helps to preserve the digital humanity, and reach out to museum staffs and academia.

Chen Wu-Wei (© Chen Wu-Wei)

By the joint effort of global institutions and local authorities, the project will also help to foster and enhance the mutual understanding through intercultural collaborations.

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