Due to the current national lockdown all events have been cancelled
This free, one-day event will take place at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History on the 31st of Match 2020. It will feature speakers from industry, practice, and academia to share their experiences and applications of 3D visualization methods, including 3D printing, Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented and Mixed Reality (A/MR) and others amongst subject experts. 3DVis will provide a forum for sharing expertise across cultural heritage and museology and help to bring together disparate corners of cultural heritage practice that rarely interact.
3DVis will have a diverse array of speakers from all quarters of cultural heritage and museology, including talks on the subjects of:
Applications of 3D Visualization in Cultural Heritage.
Research into 3D Visualization Methods.
Theoretical Discussions on the Role of 3D Visualization Methods in Cultural Heritage.
Teaching and Learning with 3D Visualization Tools.