Pavel Bělobrádek, Deputy Prime Minister for Science, research and innovation and Daniel Herman, Minister of Culture take charge of the patronage over the conference DIGI 2016.
The purpose of the conference is to present the professional and general public with current and new methods of documentation using digital technologies and methods that are used in conservation in our country and in Europe.
Global trends in the field of cultural heritage in management, storage and public institutions is the digitization of the maximum amount of materials and achieve faster, more reliable and safer access to the data for professional and general public threw the Internet.
Digitisation makes possible online available all documentary, photographic, archival documents of the cultural heritage (negatives, photographs, audiovisual documents, planning documentation and graphics, paintings, textiles, etc.) Results from digitization of historical buildings general and professional public and government as well as save and preserve information for future generations.
Object and building 3D scanning, photogrammetry, photographs, geodetic survay, etc.
Exhibition complemented by elements of modern technology, interactivity and audiovisual means, visitor experience
Digitisation of historical documents, books and photographs and audiovisual documents
Applications for Cultural Heritage and Tourism
Presentation of a digital world, motion sensing, 3D glasses