Virtual Heritage 2010

Following the book chapter on virtual heritage, I was invited to Bangor as a speaker at the Virtual Heritage 2010 event.

This was a two-day “Science & Heritage Cluster” and VRLink workshop, bringing together industry, charities and institutions to discuss Virtual Reality techniques and ideas for Science and Heritage applications.

For my presentation, I tried out Prezi for the first time, and blogged about the experience. I also produced a more conventional version of the presentation, using Slideshare

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