Digital Humanities Lab: Preserving the digital and recreating the physical past

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This webinar showcases projects that are exploring how we care for our digital cultural heritage, and how digital experiences can help us experience lost heritage.

All welcome, registration essential.

A collaborative University of Adelaide project is creating VR experiences to capture Adelaide's lost built heritage, not only the structure, but stories from the archives, while the State Library of South Australia is preserving the work of globally recognised digital artist Stan Ostoja-Kotkowski, which would be lost without intervention. HDR students can receive 1 CaRST point for attending this session.


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