Recordings of digital heritage workshops are now available
- We hope this provides a helpful resource for individuals, community groups, social enterprises and businesses that would like to learn more about use of digital technologies in the cultural heritage sector to bring about social and economic benefits, says Ann Marie Reid Senior Project Manager, Highland and Island Enterprise (HIE).
The workshops were developed and facilitated by University of St Andrews, and cover multiple digital heritage topics ranging from photogrammetry, creating virtual galleries, VR, digital heritage content creation, and using digital to connect with existing and new audiences.
CUPIDO is enabling University of St Andrews to work with local cultural heritage organisations, museums and communities, across the region, to develop digital heritage products. This area of work is wide ranging encompassing areas such as digital reconstructions of historical events and sites; digital mapping; creating 3D digital representations of historical collections; mobile phone apps to enable customers to turn mobile devices into mini virtual museums; creating digital film; on-line exhibitions, and developing creative content to help promote the region’s cultural heritage offering.
Watch workshops online and read more on the HIE CUPIDO website
Watch the CUPIDO seasons 1 and 2 digital heritage workshops on the HIE CUPIDO website page
To find out more about the region’s digital heritage project, please refer to the new Communities and CUPIDO section on the HIE CUPIDO website page