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  • The High Performance Centre is an organisation which gives support to sport so that it can be competitive at an international level, optimizing resources of the highest technical and scientific quality. The aim is to provide the athletes with everything necessary for their complete training so that we can share the knowledge of their activities.considers the academic and humane training of each individual just as, or more important than the sports training. With this as a priority, the CAR gives athletes all the necessary help needed for their educational development. The CAR athletes can attend classes of "Batxillerato" and "ESO" (compulsory secondary education) in the secondary school which is situated in the sports facilities, with a highly qualified staffhas a hall of residence for training camps. A lot of national and international sports teams use the CAR for their preparation ( football, handball, volleyball, hockey, tennis, swimming, gymnastics, teakwondo,etc)
  • Swimming, Waterpolo, Synchronizedswimming, diving, tabletennis, Judo, taekwondo, men & womengymnastics, Wrestling and Weightlifting
  • UP – LinkbetweenNexus 7000 and 7 racks; LinkingwiththeotherNexus 7000 placed in theolderbuildingwhichisthe outsider link to InternetDOWN – Schema of the Rack.
  • tourist destination offering all kinds of winter sports like skiing, snowboarding, sledging, ski hiking, cross country skiing, etc, and summer sports like hiking, biking, climbingSchladming is one of the leading international ski resorts in Austria and part of the Ski Amadé network covering 28 ski areas and towns that combined make up the largest ski area in Europe. Schladming has been the host of several world-class events on Alpine and Nordic skiing including the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1982. Recently Schladming has been selected to host the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2013 which will provide a perfect setting for EXPERIMEDIA experiments.
  • Experiments based on winter sports like skiing, snowboarding, sledging, ski hiking, cross country skiing, etc, and summer sports like hiking, biking, climbing
  • Schladming has hostedAlpineworldSkiChampionships 1982 and will hostTheAlpineWorldSkiChampionships 2013
  • Data pool: Points of interest, snowconditions, status of servicessuch as lifts and slopes
  • Ultra-modern Cultural Centre and Museum that stands out for its innovative programmes. Multifunctional area where visitors experience Hellenic history and culture, while at the same time it is a venue of cultural creation and expression Activities: Interactive exhibitions, Virtual Reality Tours, Educational Programmes, Conferences, Theatrical Performances, Internet Café, Documentaries, Art events60,000 m2 equipped with media technology
  • is addressed to the wider public, but has a special focus on students and pupils and runs special programmes for school classes coming for organized visits. The way these groups are served is central to the operation of the venue as on one hand this is directly related to the foundational goal of the Foundation of the Hellenic World and on the other hand they form the vast majority of the venues visitors and therefore they are responsible for the greater part of its income.
  • Virtual Reality productions: Reconstructions of ancient Greek cities with exceptional scientific detail and validity. Interactive Multimedia: educational interactive exhibits that are included in the physical exhibitionsDocumentation / textual content: 2 types: (Encyclopaedia of the Hellenic World (hereafter EHW)Textual content that forms the documentation for another production: detailed documentations detailing the scientific sources used and informed decisions made in the process of developing other FHW productions, such as the VR productions.Testimonies Archive: filmed autobiographical interviews by people who came to Greece from Asia Minor and Pontus, around 1922, as refugees. Educational exhibitions : Ex. the development of mathematics and mathematical thought in the ancient Greek worldCoin Collection: 13,214 coins, of which 11,202 represent the geographical area of Asia Minor. It is currently being studied and is an award winner of the "EUCLID" programme
  • Virtual Reality projection systems: advanced Virtual Reality technologyThe tHolos: Virtual Reality theatre, with a capacity of 132 people. it enables the public to have access to digital collections. The "Tholos" provides the opportunity for both monoscopic and stereo projection on the whole surface of the concave screen, something that happens for the first time in the world, while real time happenings can be incorporated in the virtual space. The shows are interactive, they are controlled by the spectators and they are not static. This is a unique experience of being immersed into the virtual world, which is characterised by direct response, flexibility, originality and liveliness.The Kivotos: room where both the walls and the floor are projection screens. In every screen digital images are projected. The "Kivotos" can receive 10 people, who are wearing special glasses. These glasses allow them to feel a sense of a third dimension and that they are immersed in it. With the help of an interactive hand devise, which resembles a 3D mouse, visitors can move within the projected image or even interact with it.Virtual Reality: large screen. With the use of stereoscopic glasses visitors have the feeling that they are immersed into the environment created by the 3D digital graphics. Furthermore, with the use of an interactive hand device, one of the visitors has the opportunity to guide the tour and to participate actively in the exploration, and sometimes even the modification of virtual environment. "Virtual Cinema" is used by FHW in order to transport children and adults to magical worlds of our cultural heritage.Content management and provision systems: FHW has developed over the years an infrastructure of supporting systems and services: specialized content production software, content management and online publication software, dedicated servers, databases, backup systems etc
  • EXPERIMEDIA venue overview

    1. 1. EXPERIMEDIA Venues Open Call Information Teleconference 4 July 2012 Manolis Wallace, FHW (wallace@fhw.gr) Josep Escoda, CAR (jescoda@car.edu)Peter Höflehner, Schladming (ph@digitalps.at)
    2. 2. EXPERIMEDIA Ecosystems Foundation Schladming CAR Hellenic World experience participative community cultural and educational collaborative working experiences experiences experiences the multimedia human sensing, 3D tech social media, content exhibitions, virtual Schladming Ski Resort reconstruction, dynamic the delivery, augmentedCAR High Performance Sports Traning Centre reality, open data reconstructions, serious gaming metadata synchronisation scale the medium scale public and large scale public small scale professional pro (curators) ecosystem local authorities, event managers, network museums, event mgmt, students, permanent operators, service students, tourtists, athletes, sports providers, app Foundation for the Hellenic World developers, advertisers curators federations, coaches the Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    3. 3. CAR - Centro de Alto Rendimiento de Cataluña (I)  Support to sport so it can be competitive at international level  Provide athletes with:  All necessary for training  Educational development  Residence Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    4. 4. CAR - Centro de Alto Rendimiento de Cataluña (II) Role  Collaborative working experiences Stakeholders  Coaches and athletes of different sports Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    5. 5. CAR - Centro de Alto Rendimiento de Cataluña (III) Benefits  To redesign the training process in high performance training.  To get information faster.  To share information to achieve more accurate decision making.  To enhance reality to create a better picture and increase the quality of sports training. Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    6. 6. CAR - Centro de Alto Rendimiento de Cataluña (IV) Contents: training sessions Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    7. 7. CAR - Centro de Alto Rendimiento de Cataluña (V) Communications infrastructure: based on 10g high speed network  1000 Connections points  125 WIFI access points  100TB storage  GEANT2 network Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    8. 8. CAR - Centro de Alto Rendimiento de Cataluña (VI) Service Infrastructures:  7 racks connected through fibre optic  10 GB to the datacenter  20 GB link between 2 CISCO NEXUS 7.000  External link to 100MB to Internet Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    9. 9. CAR - Centro de Alto Rendimiento de Cataluña (VII) Service Infrastructures: Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    10. 10. Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    11. 11. Schladming (I)  Tourist destination  Winter sports: Ski, Snowboard…  Summer sports: Hiking, climbing, biking  Leading International Ski resort in Austria  FIS Alpine World Ski Championship 1982  FIS Alpine World Ski Championship 2013 Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    12. 12. Schladming (II) Role  Participative community experiences Stakeholders  Inhabitants / guests from the Schladming region  TV viewers  People who use the newly created "Schladming App" with their smartphones  Visitors, guests, citizens, journalists, local businesses. Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    13. 13. Schladming (III) Benefits  Ideal setting for experiments that enhance the experience of on-site visitors and remote visitors  Well-known location  Experiments on a large scale with massive audience  Good cooperation with local representatives  Excellent IT-infrastructure commitment to long-term cooperation and sustainable developments (Schladming 2030 GmbH)  Experiments will allow for extending the reach to the Future Internet and enable innovative methods of interacting with interested visitors Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    14. 14. Schladming (IV) Contents: Internet data pool  Point of interest  Snow conditions  Status of services Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    15. 15. Schladming (V) Free Public Wi-Fi  60 hotspots on the mountain  110 hotspots in the valley  200-300 hotspots provided by the resorts of Amadé Will be a trial area for LTE (4G) Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    16. 16. Schladming (VI) Other assets:  Broadcast room for TV companies  SkiTrack: camera that tracks you down a slalom  SkiLine: plots your altitude/time chart for your stay  Speed tracking system  Webcam & weather stations  New Media centre  1400 m2  Audio & video equipment Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    17. 17. Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    18. 18. Foundation of the Helenic World (I)  Ultramodern Cultural Centre and Museum  Visitors experience Hellenic history and culture  Venue of cultural creation and expression  Activities  Interactive exhibitions  Virtual reality tours  Educational programmes  Conferences  etc…  Placed in Greece Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    19. 19. Foundation of the Hellenic World (II) Role  Cultural and educational experiences Stakeholders  Wider Public  Special focus on students  Special programmes for school classes  Organized visits Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    20. 20. Foundation of the Hellenic World (III) Benefits  Multifunctional and adaptable buildings  Creation of virtual reconstructions  Creation of 3D environments  Virtual and 3D contents developed by third parties are usually compatible with the infrastructure Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    21. 21. Foundation of the Hellenic World (IV) Contents  Virtual reality productions  Interactive Multimedia  Documentation / textual content  Core element of a production  Forms the documentation for another production  Testimonies Archive  Educational exhibitions  Coin collection Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    22. 22. Foundation of the Hellenic World (V) Ethernet Backbone Connections based on ADSL Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    23. 23. Foundation of the Hellenic World (VI) Service Infrastructures:  Virtual Reality projection systems  The Tholos  The Kivotos  Virtual Cinema  Content management and provision systems Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012
    24. 24. Copyright Atos and other members of the EXPERIMEDIA consortium, 2012

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