HIS6 – Hyperheritage International Seminar
La fabrique du patrimoine à l’ère numérique
Heritage Fabric in the Digital Age
Dedicated website: http://europia.fr/HIS6/
The term HyperHeritage covers every hybrid cultural heritage environment augmented with digital information inviting us to explore new ways of perceiving, experiencing and practicing cultural heritage. Massive developments on ICT and the unprecedented spread of mobile, location-aware and immersive (Augmented and Virtual Reality) technologies and devices, advocate for the exploration of new forms of Human to Human, Human-Computer and Human-Environment interaction and information communication on Cultural Heritage. These advances also imply gradually establishing new ways and means to comprehend, access, process, experience and perceive digital and interconnected Cultural Heritage information on a variety of delivery platforms, devices and environments.
Human-to-Human computer-mediated communication protocols, are inviting information designers to reconsider the design of all digitally augmented Cultural-Heritage environments. Rather than questioning or challenging the role of traditional Cultural Heritage institutions, HyperHeritage comes to offer new communication means for processing, experiencing and perceiving Cultural Heritage information, as produced, created, consumed and experienced in all digitally interconnected dimensions and spaces.
In June 2016, at the last conference, UNESCO reaffirmed the importance of tangible and intangible cultural heritage for the preservation and promotion of culture and as an engine for sustainable development.
We are moreover witnessing an increased engagement from researchers, social actors, institutions and diverse publics for reconceptualising the transmission of cultural heritage in all its dimensions. This phenomenon is inherent to the preservation, development, experiencing and transmission of cultural heritage. It occurs in different temporalities and merges all facets of cultural heritage as it is experienced, perceived and lived. It also evokes issues related with concepts such as the construction of self, identity, emotions, memory, creativity and imaginary heritage spaces.
The sixth HyperHeritage International Symposium (HIS.6) will be focusing –yet not limited- on the theme “Heritage Factory in the Digital Age“.
2019 edition – Call for contributions
The 6th edition of HIS is particularly interested in, and not limited to, the folowing topics:
- Intangible heritage
- Ephemeral Heritage (Digital Art, Blogs, etc.)
- Digital heritage fabrics
- Invisible heritage,
- Destruction of heritage (including digital)
- Relation to heritage in the digital era
- Duplicated heritage (real / digital)
- Hybride heritage (real / digital)
Topics of interest for this conference include, and not limited to the following:
Extended Topics (key words)
- Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality for Cultural Heritage
- Cultural Heritage applications and Big Data
- Computer Vision for Cultural Heritage
- Archives and Data Management
- Data Visualisation and Cultural Heritage
- Spatial data mining and Cultural Heritage
- Serious Games for Cultural Heritage
- Cultural Heritage Formal and Informal Education and Tools
- Cultural Heritage Information acquisition, restitution and retrieval
- Cultural Heritage Information Design
- Experience Design
- Advanced digitization & scanning
- GIS services and architectures for CH
- Human-Cultural Heritage Interaction
- Hyper Heritage Project Development & Management
- Internet-of-Things (IoT)
- Modeling and Simulation approaches
- Open Cultural Heritage Data Management
- Social Networks & Communities in Cultural Heritage
The conference aspires to explore and compare emerging scientific approaches on these topics. Authors are invited to submit papers describing past and current research projects and initiatives, as well as experience with proof-of-concept, prototype and operational systems.
Instructions to Authors
Abstract (max 5000 characters) to be sent as follow:
First Page: Paper Title and Subtitle
Author(s)’s name(s) and affiliation
Second Page: Abstract no longer than 5000 charcaters with a list of 6 keywords maximum.
Full papers (max 25000 characters) to be submitted as PDF file. Organized as follow:
First Page: paper Title, Subtitle, Author(s)’s name(s) and affiliation, Acknowledgments
Second Page: Abstract no longer than 300 words.
List of 6 keywords maximum.
Third and following pages: paper text. With numbered paragraphs.
References: the citation style used for HIS.5 is APA. Please use the following resources on APA:
Abstract and papers to be submitted directly on the following link: click here “Submission“. For all questions, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The contributions should be fully anonymized and should not reveal the name of the author(s). Authors of accepted papers will be invited to submit camera-ready papers in PDF (submitted directly to the conference submission system: Submission)
All submitted abstracts and papers will be reviewed using double blind refereeing process
5-7 May, 2016 | Kerkena, Tunisia
Digital technology has allowed to perceive, to practice and to deal differently with cultural in general and with cultural heritage in particular.
The term HyperHeritage covers every cultural environment that embeds and includes traditional and digital cultural information …
April 3-4, 2015 – Kerkennah, Tunisia
The 2d edition suggested to give priority to research and innovation actions related to Cultural Heritage Information (C.H.I) retrieval, C.H.I acquisition, C.H.I validation, C.H.I Archiving, C.H.I Indexing, … to enable better C.H.I Design, C.H.I Reconstruction, C.H.I Management, C.H.I Promotion, …
December 11-12, 2013 – Ramallah-Palestine
The first edition showed that most of South Mediterranean Cultural Heritage is poorly digitalized and weakly informed and documented (on the digital space).