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Day 1 Wednesday 12th February

 09.30  Registration: Tea and Coffee on arrival


KEYNOTE SESSION 1 (Wedgewood Room)

10.30 Welcome and Housekeeping

10.40 Opening address: Dr Michael Heyworth (CBA)

Chair: tbc

11.00 Changing Cultural Heritage Online - Jonathan Purday (Europeana)
11.30  From Vision to Reality - The new Mary Rose Museum - Alex Hildred (The Mary Rose Trust)

12.00  The Digital Buildings Heritage group - Dr Douglas Cawthorne (Digital Buildings Heritage Group, de Montfort University)
12:30  Questions

12:45 LUNCH (Terrace Restaurant & Conwy Bar)
Technical Survey (Wedgewood Room)
 Chair: Dr Kate Roberts (Cadw)
13:45  Digital Technologies in site management – John Edwards (Cadw)
14.05 Approaches to digital documentation – John McCreadie (IIC Technologies)
14.25  Stereo photo interpretation - a 3D view - Phillip Dellar (The GeoInformation Group)
14:45  The DART Project – Dr Anthony Beck

Deliverables (Menai Suite)                      
Chair: Tom Pert (RCAHMW)
13:45  A virtual tour of Halkyn Lead Mines – Lorna Jenner (Independent Interpretation Consultant), Julian Baum & Claire Lewis (Take 27)
14.05 Visualising stories in a heritage site – Tom Duncan (Duncan McCauley Gmbh & Co.)
14.25  Virtual Object Handling – Samantha Sportun (Manchester Museum)
14:45  Touching the Neolithic – Dr Mark Wright (Pixogram)
15:05  Questions & Discussion
15:30 TEA & COFFEE (Terrace Restaurant & Conwy Bar)

UNCONFERENCE SESSIONS  (15 Minute slots bookable by any delegate on the day) (Wedgewood Suite/Menai suite/Isaiah room)
17:00 3D printing and Raspberry Pi - Matthew Ephler (Kinograph) (to be live streamed from New York) (Wedgewood Room)

19:00 Conference dinner for those paying to attend (Wedgewood Room)

Day 2 Thursday 13th February
Heritage Lottery Funding – Stephen Barlow (HLF)
WordPress for websites – Nathan Jorgensen (Software Alliance Wales)
Mobile based platforms for site interpretation – Matt Harris (Mobile Explorer)
Laser scanning, mobile mapping and UAV’s – Paul Burrows (Leica Geosystems)
Virtual object handling – Samantha Sportun (Manchester Museum)
Recycle and reuse: photogrammetry for Archive Images – Ben Edwards (University of Manchester)
Structured Light Scanning and Structure From Motion – John McCreadie (IIC Technologies)
Crowdsourcing and Apps - Marion Page (Dyfed Archaeological Trust) &Tom Pert (RCAHMW)
10.45 TEA & COFFEE


Deliverables (Wedgewood room)

Chair: Scott Lloyd (RCAHMW)

11.15  Interactive publishing – Saskia Nijs (Layar) (to be live streamed from Amsterdam)

11.35 Internet Archaeology: Some reflections on a digital past - Judith Winters (Internet archaeology)

11.55  A cultural approach to developing location based content – Adrian Hickey & Helen Jackson (Centre of Media Research, University of Ulster)

12:15  The People's Collection Wales  – Graham Davies (National Museum Wales)

12:35 Questions& Discussion


Technical Survey (Menai Suite)
Chair: tbc
11.15  UAV’s, Mobile Mapping and laser scanning: Cutting edge developments from Leica Geosystems – Paul Burrows (Leica Geosystems Ltd)

11.35   A new approach to 3D documentation of excavation and landscape at tel Akko, Israel – Jamie Quatermaine (Oxford Archaeology)

11.55  Re-creating Lost Heritage: Automated photogrammetry on archived images – Andrew Wilson (Bangor University)

12:15  Using X-Ray Fluorescence to shed new light on the Iron Age hillforts of mid Wales  - Keith Haylock (Department for Geography and Earth Science, University of Aberystwyth) & Dr Toby Driver (RCAHMW)
12:35 Questions & Discussion

13.10 LUNCH

14:00 KEYNOTE SESSION 2 (Wedgewood Room)
Chair: tbc
14.00  Michael Doneus (University of Vienna)
14.30  9 complete - 1 to go - James Hepher (Historic Scotland)
15.00  Dr Sue Wolfe (Callen-lenz)
15:30  Questions

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