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XRchiving.London
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XRchiving.London

A single-day event on heritage and locations-based immersive technology will be hosted at historic King’s College London on Saturday, 15 October. The inspiration is the quickening pace of innovation that we see in the “knowledge-based” sectors of the economy: media; scientific and AI research; and our universities sector with its focus on digital humanities.


XRchiving.London will feature:

  • Presentations on the role of data in cultural place-making and the role of urban design and architecture in promoting social impact;
  • Panel discussions on the nature of the digital Public Realm and its growth potential; and
  • World-first showcases of two London-based Augmented Reality heritage projects as prototypes for the Digital City.
The potential for the evolution of digital place-making is limited only by our imagination. The impacts for tourism, urban regeneration, education, and the future of the UK economy will be enormous.

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Frames courtesy of Cradle of English (2022)

 

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