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.
A little planning, and approaching digital technology wisely, can help you achieve long-term digital sustainability for your precious research data.
In 2014 we launched a successful series of webinars to engage with the community of Mukurtu users. Check out other posts on our Training page, or the mukurtu premiere site below.