Research Summit today at Danube University. Follow via livestreaming starting 2:30 pm!
Today, keynote speakers Sarah Kenderdine and Hiroshi Ishii will present their work on Cultural Heritage and tangible technologies at our research summit "Making Digital Heritage Multisensory" at Audimax, Danube University Krems. Afterwards, panelists Oliver Grau, Ryszard Kluszczyński and Morten Søndergaard will discuss with them innovative strategies on Digital Heritage at the intersection of art, science and technology.
Join the event live via Danube University's streaming service: http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/researchsummit/live The Summit starts 2:30 pm (CEST) and is hosted by the Department for Image Science, Danube University Krems.
On the Research Summit: Digital technologies and culture have become part of the fabric of our societies. In the digital sphere, artistic creation and scientific research are closely intertwined with the latest technological developments. Interfaces, visualizations, social media platforms, innovative communication devices, and data mining are significant components of our digital heritage. The Research Summit is a new conference format at Danube University with the overall goal of bringing together scientists, technicians, students and the interested public for an interdisciplinary exchange.