Well #GLAMVR16 was the twitter hashtag for Friday 26 August’s event held at the HIVE Curtin university, Perth. In the morning two invited speakers (Assistant Professor Elaine Sullivan and Mr Conal Tuohy) gave talks on Digital Karnak and Linked Open Data. They were followed by myself and my colleagues at the School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts, then a workshop on Trove data feed into UNITY game engine dynamically (Mr Michael Wiebrands) and Augmented Reality, Vueforia>Unity (Mr Dominic Manley).
There were three themes/reasons for the morning talks and afternoon workshops.
1.Digital Heritage: Workflows & issues in preserving, exporting & linking digital collections (especially heritage collections for GLAM.
2.Scholarly Making: Encourage makerspaces & other activities in tandem with academic research.
3.Experiential Media: Develop AR/VR & other new media technology & projects esp. for humanities.
The event was part of a strategic grant received from the School of Media Culture and Creative Arts, so thanks very much to MCCA!
Schedule and links to slides
|Session title and links to slideshare||PRESENTER|
|Digital Karnak||Elaine Sullivan, UCSC USA|
|Linked Open Data Visualisation||Conal Tuohy, Brisbane|
|MORNING TEA||morning TEA|
|Making collections accessible in an online environment||Lise Summers|
|Digital scholarship, makerspaces and the library||Karen Miller|
|Digital Heritage Interfaces and Experiential Media||Erik Champion|
|Simple Biometric Devices for Audience Engagement||Stuart Bender|
|Usability of interactive digital multimedia in the GLAM sector||Beata Dawson|
|Emotive Media – Visualisation and Analysis of Human Bio-Feedback Data||Artur Lugmayr|
|Visualising information with RAM iSquares||Pauline Joseph|
|digital workflows (UNITY)||Michael Wiebrands|
|Introduction to Augmented Reality||Dominic Manley|
|final questions/social networking/ SUNDOWNER||Centre for Aboriginal Studies Foyer|