Events and presentations
As well as teaching sessions for UCL students, we hold regular 'geek' events for the public and school groups and we welcome visits to demonstrate our interactives. Evaluation, including interviews, questionnaires and focus group testing, is an important part of our research to help us in future development.
Recent highlights from the 3DPetrie Events in the museum:
- Regular event at the Petrie Museum to showcase the latest developments: Museums of the Future on 16.February 2013. Download the flyer here. A blog post about the event can be read on the Petrie Blog page.
- 25 Students between 14-17 years visit the Petrie and discover the 'Interactive Egypt'. UCL University Challenge Outreach event. 13 February 2013.
Teaching and learning events included:
- Object based teaching workshops: A range of new object-based e-learning resources will be showcased at the events, and participants will also get a sneak preview of 3D interactive technologies for use in the classroom. January to March 2013.
- Seminar for 30 summer school students: 3D Encounters@ UCL; Virtual Restoration and Reconstruction in a London Charter Framework
Summer School: 10 - 20 September 2012.
- Some 3D interactive apps will be used for teaching and learning , and are currently in development for use by secondary schools.
- Paper presentation at the International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, Brighton, UK, 19-21 November 201. Paper publication.
- Invited talk: 3D imaging and digital technologies in the museum space: 3D Encounters at the UCL Petrie at the Critical Approaches to Museums and Heritage: Semester 2 Seminar Series. Host: Centre for Heritage Innovation Research Seminar Series. University of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. and Donald Horne Institute for Cultural Heritage Symposium, Australia. - September 2012.
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