The 20th Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage (GCH 2022) aims to engage practitioners and researchers across the world working at the interface of novel digital technologies and cultural heritage. This year, the event will take place from September 28th to September 30th at the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), The Netherlands. If circumstances permit, EG GCH will run on site with limited hybrid support, so we are looking forward to receiving many of you.
Special section: eXtending Reality: Designing future museum experiences
For one afternoon during GCH2022, an interactive session is planned to put together minds with different backgrounds around cultural heritage, such as researchers and practitioners from the domains of computer science, design, psychophysics, art history, and museum studies. The participants for this workshop will be the attendees of GCH2022 (the main conference), as well as invited experts from other, related areas.
The aim of the workshop is to transcend disciplinary boundaries, in future-casting the role of extended reality technologies, in the context of museums and cultural heritage collections, and how these technologies might be or should be developed further, to change the way we interact with, learn about, and let cultural heritage shape our current day and future globalised discourse. Real cases from museums will provide the necessary ‘grounding’ and context, for the future-casting workshop activities.
Workshop on MA-XRF also in Delft
On September 26th and September 27th, directly before GCH 2022, the 3rd workshop on MA-XRF, Macro X-ray Fluorescence Scanning in Conservation, Art and Archaeology will also take place in Delft. Join us at both workshops for the full technology and art experience.