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  • 1. Intervento di Daniel Pletinckx Al convegno [co.06] Tecnologie della comunicazione e beni culturali nella città intelligenteDi Martedì 30 ottobre 2012 Consulta il programma di SCE2012
  • 2. V-MUST is funded by the European Commission under the Communitys Seventh Framework Programme, contract no. GA 270404. The Smart Historical City Daniel Pletinckx Visual Dimension bvba Belgium
  • 3. Daniel Pletinckx• Civil engineer ICT• Active in cultural heritage since 1997• Coordinator European projects – EPOCH (2004-2008) – CARARE (2010-2013) – V-MUST (2011-2015) – 3D-ICONS (2012-2015)• Golden Scarab 1998• Best Monument Award 1998• VGI ICT Innovation Award 2003• Tartessos Award, Sevilla, 2009
  • 4. Visual Dimension• Innovation company• 3D digitisation & virtual reconstruction• Integration of ICT in museums, sites, monuments, tourism• Coordination of CH projects• Training and consulting
  • 5. The rich history of Bologna• Bologna city museum (Palazzo Pepoli) – Opened Jan 2012 – Contains 3D film room – Apa, the Etruscan – 3D cartoon movie (7 minutes, 20.000 euro/min, CINECA) – Scientifically correct but strong story – All 3D models and animations in repository
  • 6. The rich history of Bologna Bologna archaeological museum
  • 7. The rich history of BolognaApa depicted on the Certosa situla, Bologna archaeological museum
  • 8. The rich history of BolognaApa depicted on the Certosa situla, Bologna archaeological museum
  • 9. The rich history of BolognaImage by CINECA from Apa film at Palazzo Pepoli (Bologna city museum)
  • 10. The rich history of Bologna Images by CINECA from Apa film at Palazzo Pepoli (Bologna city museum)
  • 11. The rich history of Bologna3D reconstruction of Roman Bologna (CINECA)
  • 12. The rich history of BolognaImage by CINECA from Apa film at Palazzo Pepoli (Bologna city museum)
  • 13. The rich history of Bologna Fresco of medieval Bologna, Vatican
  • 14. The rich history of Bologna Reconstruction San Petronio (CINECA)
  • 15. Cologne, the first “colonia” Ubier monument in basement of an appartment
  • 16. Cologne, the first “colonia” Ubier monument in basement of an appartment
  • 17. Cologne, the first “colonia” Ubier monument in basement of an appartment
  • 18. Cologne, the first “colonia” Ubier monument in basement of an appartment
  • 19. Cologne, the first “colonia” Ubier monument as a witness of a rich story
  • 20. Cologne, the first “colonia” Ubier monument as part of a larger story
  • 21. Amsterdam, metro as museum Rokin metro station (2017)
  • 22. Amsterdam, metro as museum Historical Amsterdam (1560)
  • 23. Amsterdam, metro as museum Rokin metro station (2017)
  • 24. Amsterdam, metro as museum Archaeological objects to be displayed
  • 25. Ename, the lost city• Archaeological park & Heritage Centre – Virtual reconstruction of 16 periods (evolution through 1000 years of history) – 70 years of research, 25 years of excavation – Procedural 3D modelling of buildings (ArchiCAD) – Animation & free form objects (Blender) – Procedural landscape simulation (Vue) – Interactive storytelling on onsite kiosk (TimeFrame)• Story of the lost city – Creation of cities and economic activity around 1000 AD – Major city in the making, 2 churches, capital of large area – Taken by surprise, destroyed, never recovered
  • 26. Ename, the lost city
  • 27. Ename, the lost city
  • 28. Ename, the lost cityArchiCADModellingof abbeyin 1065
  • 29. Ename, the lost cityVue landscape simulation of abbey in 1065
  • 30. Ename, the lost cityVue landscape simulation of abbey in 1065
  • 31. Smart Historical City• Today history and art are confined in museums – Preservation and research – Objects and information out of context• Technology creates major paradigm shift – Perception is detached from presence – Ubiquitous information – Location based services (GPS) – Affordable!• Why not have the city as museum? – Museums as knowledge institutions and reference/starting points – Explore the city and experience history
  • 32. Smart Historical City• Technology brings history outside museum walls – Augmented reality – Creating believable virtual cityscapes & landscapes – Creating believable virtual live – Represent objects in an appealing way – Large repositories & portals (e.g. Europeana)• Storytelling – No better story than the real, historical story – Authenticity of the story or storyline – Authenticity of the place – Non-linear storytelling (location & interest based) ~ Facebook
  • 33. Smart Historical City• Value of a museum? – The unique selling point of a museum = its collection – The unique asset of a museum = its knowledge – The unique offering of a museum = its story• Museums should be – Providing experiences (spatial, emotional, intellectual) in house – Providing the larger context (web, mobile apps, publications) – Link objects with the larger story
  • 34. Digital museum objects• Other “instance” of the museum object – Not the real object – But more added value than the real object – Digital restoration – Storytelling• Recontextualisation – Put the object back in the city – Tell the story on the spot
  • 35. Digital museum objectsIvory object (real: left, 3D:right) from Ename museum, Belgium
  • 36. Digital museum objects Virtex setup for digital museum objects
  • 37. Digital museum objectsThe first (Our Lady) and second (Saint Saviour) abbey in Ename in 1065
  • 38. Etruscanning 3DMuseo Gregoriano Etrusco, Vatican Museums
  • 39. Etruscanning 3DExcavated in 1836 by A. Regolini, financed by general V. Galassi, objects in Vatican Museums Blog with virtual reconstruction background : http://regolinigalassi.wordpress.com/
  • 40. Etruscanning 3DEtruscanning setup at the Allard Pierson Museum, Amsterdam
  • 41. Etruscanning 3DEtruscanning setup at the Allard Pierson Museum, Amsterdam
  • 42. Etruscanning 3DEtruscanning setup at the Allard Pierson Museum, Amsterdam
  • 43. Digital museum objectsPatera from Regolini-Galassi tomb, Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, Vatican
  • 44. Digital museum objectsPatera from Regolini-Galassi tomb, Grifi, 1841
  • 45. Digital museum objectsPatera from Regolini-Galassi tomb, L. Di Blasi, 1999
  • 46. Digital museum objectsPatera from Regolini-Galassi tomb, digital restoration, 2011
  • 47. Digital museum objectsPatera from Regolini-Galassi tomb, digital restoration, depth map, 2011
  • 48. Digital museum objectsPatera from Regolini-Galassi tomb, digital restoration, render test with normal maps, 2011
  • 49. V-MusT.net• Virtual Museum Transnational Network• European Network of Excellence on Digital and Virtual Museums (http://www.v-must.net/ , 2011 - 2015)• In the domain of museum technology – bring together museums, research and companies – apply the available knowledge and technology to the museum domain – improve the way ICT is used in the museum domain• Partners – 18 core partners – 50+ associated partners – Museum Advisory Board / Experts Advisory Board
  • 50. V-MusT.net Partners• Research Centres – CNR (National Research Council of Italy) – APRE (Italy) – CINECA (Italy) – INRIA (National Research Institute on ICT, France) – STARC (Cyprus Institute) – Foundation of the Hellenic World (Athens) – CultNat (Egypt) – Fraunhofer IGD (Darmstadt, Germany) – Societad Espanola de Arqueologia Virtual (Sevilla)
  • 51. V-MusT.net Partners• Museums – Allard Pierson Museum, Amsterdam – Hellenic Cosmos, Athens – Musea of the Imperial Fora, Rome• Universities – King’s College London, UK – University of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina – University of Brighton, UK• Companies – VirtualWare – Visual Dimension
  • 52. Focus and scope• V-MusT is about – Affordable technology (Open Source, standard technology) – Sustainable implementation (maintenance, updating, robustness) – Portability, re-use & exchange, re-purpose• Not only about technology but also about – Methodology & design guidelines (fitness for use) – Change management – Training museum and CH experts• And about INTEGRATION in the museum domain – Link research with public presentation – Provide insight in the workflow to obtain QUALITY – Support the domain => Competence Centre
  • 53. Competence Centre• Continues the V-MusT Network of Excellence activities – Permanently over Europe – Self-sustaining• through implementation of projects on European scale – Service brokerage – Pool of experts, accredited companies and research centres – One responsible non-profit party for the museums• for the full project duration – Conception – Funding or tendering – Implementation – Maintenance
  • 54. Thank you!heritage@visualdimension.be exploitation@v-must.net skype: daniel.pletinckx