Algolysis Ltd organized a workshop focused on industry in their offices in Nicosia. Other Research & Innovation SMEs from the local ecosystem in Nicosia / Cyprus participated in this event, held on November 26, 2021. Dr Efstathios Stavrakis presented the motion data search engine (https://moqap.eu) built during the SCHEDAR project. The event was successfully Read more about Workshop with Industry[…]
The demo Real-Time Capture of Dynamic 3D Point Clouds was presented by Joseph Parkins from the University of Warwick at the 19th European Graphics Worksop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage, EG GCH 2021. More than 50 participants attended this session in hybrid format. The demo showed real-time capture of a moving 3D scene using an array Read more about EG GCH 2021 Exhibit – SCHEDAR Demo[…]
The Safeguarding the Cultural Heritage of Dance Tutorial organised by the SCHEDAR partners, took place under the 19th EUROGRAPHICS Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage, in the University of Bournemouth premises, on 4th of November 2021, in a hybrid format. Presentations on much of the work done in SCHEDAR were as follows: Digital Dance Ethnography, by Read more about Safeguarding the Cultural Heritage of Dance by the SCHEDAR Consortium[…]
The SCHEDAR partners participated in the 19th EUROGRAPHICS Worksop in Cultural Heritage. The event took place in Bournemouth, UK, from 4th to 6th of November 2021. The EUROGRAPHICS Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage (GCH) aims to foster an international dialogue between ICT experts and CH scientists to have a better understanding of the critical Read more about SCHEDAR partners at EG GCH 2021[…]
SCHEDAR Consortium is happy to announce the Tutorial entitled Safeguarding the Cultural Heritage of Dance schedule to take place at EG GCH 2021 – 19th Eurographics Workshop on Graphic and Cultural Heritage, in Bournemouth University, on November 4-6, 2021. In this tutorial, the project partners will show how SCHEDAR, is exploiting emerging technologies to digitize, analyse, and Read more about EG GCH 2021 – Eurographics Workshop on Graphic and Cultural Heritage[…]
Xiaofang Wang (URCA/IRISA) participated in the French Conference on Animation and Simulation organised in association with the GDR IGRV of the CNRS where she presented her research work on 3D Human Shape Reconstruction And Pose Estimation From a Single Depth Image Via Deep DoubleUnet Correspondences. The conference was held in Reims, July 2-5, 2021. Details Read more about GTAS Animation and Simulation – Journées 2021[…]
Prof Alan Chalmers (UoW) and Dr Andreas Aristidou (UCY) participated in the on-line conference RISE-IMET 2021 organised by CYENS Centre of Excellence in Nicosia. The conference is dedicated to the exploration of current practices in the use of emerging and interactive technologies such as augmented, mixed or virtual reality, holographic models, 3D models, artificial intelligence, Read more about RISE-IMET 2021 – Emerging Technologies and the Digital Transformation of Museums and Heritage Sites[…]
The SCHEDAR project was presented at the ANR Colloque numérique et patrimoine – Enjeux et questionnements actuels/Digital Technology and Heritage – Challenges and Issues Conference that took place in France (virtual mode) on March 11, 2021. More than 120 participants from all over Europe attended this event. Program of the conference.
Current activities in the SCHEDAR project together with an overview of virtual archeology research were presented by Prof Alan Chalmers (UoW) at Eurasia Graphics 2020. Eurasiagraphics aim is to bring together researchers, students and the industry practitioners in order to disseminate research activities and novel ideas on Computer Graphics and its related sub-areas. 120 participants Read more about Eurasia Graphics 2020 – International Computer Graphics and Virtual Reality Conference[…]
Prof Alan Chalmers (UoW) presented an Overview of virtual archeological research and recent activities of the SCHEDAR project at the on-line National Workshop on Cultural Heritage organised by University Grenoble Alpes, France under the Patrimalp project on December 3, 2020.