The focus of the project is on producing heritage data in conjunction with local communities. Photographs of heritage artefacts and environments will be uploaded onto our website (www.HeritageTogether.org).

So, come and get involved! Take photographs, upload them to the server, and see them in three-dimensions. If you come to one of our exhibitions, then you may also see one of your models printed out in 3d, as a tangible object, and may be able to manipulate your objects in 3d on our 3d screen.

2015-01-27_1942_HeritageThe project is funded under the Humanities Research Council’s ‘Connected Communities’ call.

The project is a collaboration between the schools of Computer Science at Bangor University and Aberystwyth University, and schools of Archaeology at Bangor University and Manchester Metropolitan University and Gwynedd Archaeological Trust. This project builds on a previous AHRC £100,000 project led from Bangor of the ‘Alternative views of the lost heritage of Gwynedd’.

By collaborating with the public, it will be possible to record our heritage. The project brings together academics from three institutions, with a mixture of skills from archaeology, computer science, community engagement and also researchers from  the Gwynedd Archaeological Trust.

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