Upcoming Talk at iPres 2019
I will be presenting with my colleague Dr. Nathan Hall (Virginia Tech Libraries, Director, Digital Imaging and Preservation Services) at the upcoming iPRES conference, the 16th annual international conference on digital preservation, which will be held in Amsterdam this September. We will be presenting findings from the second national forum that we put on (on the topic of 3D/VR Visualization and Analysis), as part of our grant, “Developing Library Strategy for 3D and Virtual Reality Collection Development and Reuse,” generously funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (grant # LG-73-17-0141-17). The paper is entitled, “Supporting Virtual Reality and 3D in Academic Libraries: Defining Preservation and Curation Challenges,” and it will be included in the conference’s published proceedings, set to be released in late 2019.
I’m looking forward to visiting the EYE Museum, seeing some well-designed canals, dikes, and other forms of water-control infrastructure, and becoming an early investor in the burgeoning tulip bulb market that I’ve been hearing so much about.
August 26, 2019 / ZLK / Comments Off
Categories: Conference Presentations, VR Preservation
Book Chapter Now Available: “Integrating 3D and VR into Research and Pedagogy in Higher Education” Paper Published: “Supporting Virtual Reality and 3D in Academic Libraries: Defining Preservation and Curation Challenges”
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