November 15, 2019
The Museum Morning features talks by artists, curators, and content creators in XR who are working on projects with cultural and historical significance.
Speakers on this stage will share their experience in the creative process, on lessons learned and about the platforms they used or developed. How do artists create museum worthy experiences? How can we use XR as a tool to enhance historical content and develop historical narratives?
In 2019 some of the worlds most notable cultural and historical locations have used AR to improve accessibility, bringing still images to life and educating audiences on historical context and the creative process.
At the Musée du Louvre, from October 24, 2019 to February 24 2020, “Mona Lisa: Beyond the Glass” is one example of many that is adding a new way to celebrate these masterpieces.
Museum Morning at VR Days Europe is in collaboration with the EYE Film Museum.
9:30 – 13:00
Part 1: A night at the museum. How to survive the digital dawn?
Ulrich Schrauth | Moderator
Thomas Oberender | TBA
Myriam Archard | Museums and XR: bridging the gap
Sergiu Ardelean | Panel Member
Anna Abrahams | Panel Member
Maryam Jasheni | Panel Member
Joris Demnard | How to produce life-like emotions in VR
Agnieska Wlazel | XR audiences – can we (finally!) move out of the early adopters’ phase?
Doruk Eker | How do we use XR to enhance the exhibition experience
Gabriele Romagnoli | Amsterdam street art preservation in VR
Part 2: Back to the future. Immersive technologies and cultural heritage
Julia Noordegraaf | The Amsterdam Time Machine
Matthew Shaw | The Invisible Cities Series with the BBC
Anna Mura | Panel Member
Karin Hilck | Panel Member
Co-curated by Ulrich Schrauth, VRHAM! Festival Hamburg
Impact Foundation / University of Leeds
Sama & GRTalk
University of Amsterdam
Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia
DuMont Media GmbH - Discovery Dock