Cultural heritage: Daniela Petrelli kicks off ILUCIDARE co-creation atelier in Kraków

Daniela Petrelli at the ILUCIDARE co-creation atelier (Image taken from ILUCIDARE Twitter)

Sheffield Hallam’s Professor of Interaction Design Professor Daniela Petrelli was recently at the International Cultural Centre in Kraków for the second meeting of the ILUCIDARE Consortium. ILUCIDARE is a project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme with the aim of establishing an international network promoting heritage as a resource for innovation and international cooperation. Daniela started off the co-creation atelier taking […]

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meSch selected for exhibition at the ‘Fair of European Innovators in Cultural Heritage’ this November

Banner image - Fair of European Innovators in Cultural Heritage and meSch logo

meSch: Material EncounterS with digital Cultural Heritage was a 4-year EU funded project with the goal of co-designing novel platforms for the creation of tangible exhibits at heritage sites: curators will be able to offer visitors new interactive experiences by means of material interaction with smart objects. meSch has been selected to exhibit in the forthcoming event Fair of European Innovators in […]

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‘Beyond the Phone: Mobile Cultural Heritage in the Age of the Internet of Things’ – Professor Daniela Petrelli invited to speak at MobileCH2018 in Barcelona

Banner image for MobileCH2018 Conference workshop, © 2018 MobileCH2018 All Rights Reserved. Photography by Pablo Fernández and ollis_picture

SHU Professor of Interaction Design Daniela Petrelli has been invited to speak at this year’s MobileCH workshop. The workshops, in its second year, is focused on Mobile Access to Cultural Heritage and will be held in Barcelona in conjunction with Mobile HCI 2018 (the 20th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services). Daniela will be giving a talk entitled Beyond […]

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Tuesday 20 February 2018 – Lunchtime seminar with Carmelo Ardito and Giuseppe Desolda (University of Bari)

Composite promotional image for C3RI Lunchtime seminar featuring University of Bari visiting speakers

Speakers: Carmelo Ardito (Assistant Professor) and Giuseppe Desolda (Research Fellow) of the Interaction, Visualisation, Usability and UX Lab, University of Bari, Italy. Title: Empowering Cultural Heritage Experts to Design Smart Environments Hosted by: Professor Daniela Petrelli The growing availability of computer technologies like smartphones, interactive displays and smart objects is stimulating Human-Computer Interaction researchers to investigate how non-technical users can […]

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