- STEAM PUNK
- ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
- VIRTUAL REALITY
- NEW MANUFACTURING
- RECYCLING & UPCYCLING
- ARTISANS & NEW CRAFT
- FASHION & WEARABLES
- PRODUCT DESIGN
- HOME AUTOMATION
- INTERNET OF THINGS
- WELLNESS & HEALTHCARE
- INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
- OPEN SOURCE
- 3D PRINTING
- ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY
- YOUNG MAKERS (< 18)
- FOOD & AGRICULTURE
- CIRCULAR ECONOMY
- 3D SCANNING
- KIDS & EDUCATION
- CULTURAL HERITAGE
- MUSIC & SOUND
Result for TAG "Cultural Heritage"
The prototype to explore the perspective space: choose your combination, photograph the result, discover the principles of illusion in AR!
Smart Safety on construction and restoration sites – IoT, Machine Learning, Solar Power and 5G Technology
3D printing of "Temple of Vesta" model to verify the reaction of the model to earthquake stresses
A showcase of research activities run in our DHLab applying ICT to Archaeology, Geography, Italian Literature, Paleography, Art History.
The HeRO project enhances the heritage of the Herbarium Museum of Sapienza University of Rome through the progressive digitization, cataloging and virtual display of museum collections. In this way they are made available to a wide public for dissemination and research both nationally and internationally. Dried plants preserved in herbaria flattened on standard format sheets and ordered with taxonomic classification criteria, are ideal for image acquisition and digital security of biological data.
Examples of continuous monitoring of civil structures for safety and prevention purposes
New organic building systems through spatial tessellation by using environmentally friendly materials and digital fabrication techniques.
Pcto training experience in the field. Architectural and design exercises to make three-dimensional models and architectural models
Metaverse as a paradigm of representation and knowledge of architecture and complexity: AR and VR in the communication of the project.
Tactile reproduction of the mummy of the pharaoh Ramses II
Training activities in a digital key, enriched from time to time by collaborations with educational institutions, universities and companies.
The project concerns the development of more sustainable and alternative techniques and processes for the recovery and study of degraded cultural heritage. For the first time in Italy ionizing radiation techniques, available at the ENEA, will be used to treat non-invasively artifacts of artistic and cultural interest. Furthermore, treatments will be carried out with hydrogel with and without photo-initiator to clean paper samples, such treatments use non-toxic, sustainable substances and eliminate oxidation products due to cellulose aging.
The Hatrix is a collector of ideas, methodologies, prototypes and digital applications in the world of cultural heritage.
Exploring the use of Additive Manufacturing and NFC/blockchain technology to create experimental toys and collectibles based on mathematical/artistic shapes.
A glance to the future: innovative antimicrobial material for 3D printing developed in a virtuous collaboration between school and industry.