Events & Project News
All the latest news on the project and events we are holding.
We have an upcoming exhibition at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre!
4th August – 5th September 2014
An exhibit on a digital community heritage project featuring an interactive digital table, information about the project and 3D printed models. Come and find out how digital photogrammetry and laser … More/Mwy
Gwynedd Archaeological Trust, School of History, Welsh History and Archaeology and School of Computer Science, Bangor University, will give you the opportunity to experience archaeological research first hand during the Hidden Worlds Exhibition that will be held on 15/03/2014 during the National Science and … More/Mwy
There was a strong showing from the HeritageTogether team at the Digital Past conference in Llandudno, this despite winds gusting at over 100 mph battering the prom., and half of Wales having a power cut! Inclement weather aside, the conference was an excellent melting pot of digital technology, archaeology, and … More/Mwy
HeritageTogether will be presenting at the Digitals Past conference in Llandudno on the 12th and 13th of February 2014 at the St George’s Hotel in Llandudno.
We will have an exhibition stand at the Digital Past conference, and we will be … More/Mwy
Dr Roberts gave a presentation of several research projects, at the Big Data meeting in Cardiff on the 14th January. This event was organised by the Research Institute of Visual Computing, and brought together a wider range of academics and businesses from the Welsh … More/Mwy
The HeritageTogether people at Bangor University had a demonstration of an hexacopter from Skyonix. This is a flying platform that is capable of taking an DSLR camera. It was fantastic to see the copter. Ben Edwards (co-investigator) said
“This is exactly what we need for the … More/Mwy
It was a great evening at the opening of Bangor Museum. Along with Gwynedd Archaeological Trust, the team at Bangor University presented the HeritageTogether project to the public. Dr Roberts writes
“The touch table demonstration was enjoyed by old and young alike. One parent came in, … More/Mwy
[Original from AHRC press]
Researchers and Communities join forces to harness the power of digital technology
Harnessing the power of digital technologies to enable researchers and communities to work more effectively together to explore community creativity, cultures and heritage is the driver behind eleven new research projects … More/Mwy
It is now October, and we would like to announce the project has formally started. It will take some time to get the infrastructure running, but we announce that the website will be HeritageTogether.org.
It is with great pleasure that we announce, that the “co-production of alternative views of lost heritage” application AH/L007916/1 has been recommended for funding by the AHRC and is part of the “Digital Transformations in Community Research: Co-production in the Arts and Humanities” scheme. The project is a … More/Mwy