CoDA, W.F. Albright Institute, and Codifi Inc.

CoDA, W.F. Albright Institute, and Codifi Inc.

CoDA, Albright Institute of Archaeological Research, and Codifi Inc. Three organizations team up to explore possibilities for international exchange and increase impact of world heritage and archaeology. Great news! These three organizations have started a...
Prehistoric Art – Part 2

Prehistoric Art – Part 2

PREHISTORIC ART – PART 2 A course syllabus on the “art” of prehistory and its meanings. At least how we see it with our modern mind… This is the follow up to Part 1 of the “Prehistoric Art” course syllabus shared by Tim Gill. See below the complete weekly...
Virtual Heritage and Engaged Audiences: a Challenging Relationship

Virtual Heritage and Engaged Audiences: a Challenging Relationship

In her presentation “Prowess-ing the Past: Considering the Audience”, Ruth Tringham gives a thorough analysis of state of the art, best practices, and successful (or not) case studies, and shares a new audience-centric point of view. Above all, she shifts the focus from 3D modeling in archaeology and cultural heritage to consider the ways in which a more active motivation and engagement of users (whether professionals or general public) might also lead to the long-term sustainability of the models and visualizations.