Digital Documentation 2011 is a two-day international conference that will bring together leading experts from the new media, research and heritage sectors to present their latest state-of-the-art work. The event will focus on digital documentation, laser scanning and 2D/3D representation within the heritage, conservation and new media sectors. The conference is being organised by the Centre for Digital Documentation and Visualisation, leaders of the innovative Scottish Ten Project (http://www.scottishten.org/) with generous support from Leica Geosystems, the Digital Design Studio at the Glasgow School of Art and Historic Scotland. The conference will be held on the 21st & 22nd of September at the Scottish Youth Theatre in Glasgow.
The conference will include the following speakers:
· Brian Mathews/Dominique Pouliquen, Autodesk Labs, San Francisco USA
· Greg Downing, xRez Studio, Santa Monica USA
· Dr. Gene Roe, Lidar News, Frederick USA
· Dr David Strange-Walker, Trent and Peak Archaeology, Nottingham UK
· John Meneely, University of Belfast UK
· Erwin Christofori, Christofori und Partner, Roßtal Germany
· Mathias Ganspöck/Jan Kanngiesser, EKG Baukultur Wien, Vienna Austria
· Elmer Bol, Alice Labs, Amsterdam Holland
· Elizabeth Lee, The CyArk Foundation, Oakland USA
· Katsushi Ikeuchi, University of Tokyo, Tokyo Japan
· Graziella del Duca / Giovanni Pancani, University Florence, Florence Italy
· Patryk Kizny, Looky Creative, Wroclaw Poland
· Seb Jouan, Arup Acoustics Scotland, Edinburgh UK
In addition to Leica Geosystems, the exhibitors will include 3D Laser Mapping, Lycos/ Relicart, Survey Solutions and Faro Technologies.
A conference networking and social event will be held the evening of the 21st at the Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA).
For more information or to purchase tickets, please check out the DD11 conference website: http://www.digitaldocumentation.co.uk/
We hope to see you in Glasgow!
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