Signed (2019) by 27 European countries, the Declaration commits signatories to work more closely together to better use state-of-the-art digital technologies in addressing risks that Europe’s rich cultural heritage is facing, enhancing its use and visibility, improving citizen engagement, and supporting spillovers in other sectors.
A concise guideline by the DCHE (Digital Cultural Heritage Expert group) on 3D cultural heritage assets
- Advanced documentation of 3D Digital Assets (2017):
A report by the Europeana 3D Task Force on user needs and requirements and on the quality of the 3D data and metadata available in different repositories in Europe and in Europeana especially.
- 3D Content in Europeana (2020):
The focus of this task force is on increasing the support for 3D cultural heritage in Europeana and in increasing the availability of this content for use in education, research and in the creative industries.
- 3D models to explore our built cultural heritage: the INCEPTION technologies (2021)
A concise presentation by Marco Medici on the INCEPTION methodology, one of the pillars of 4CH