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Connecting Early Medieval European Collections

Projectgegevens


Beschrijving

Connecting Early Medieval European Collections (CEMEC) is an EU-funded cooperation project that aims to create a collaborative network, and a cost-effective business model, between eight European museum collections and six technical partners.

Drawing on objects from participating museum collections, the project will produce ‘CROSSROADS’, a travelling exhibition focusing on connectivity and cultural exchange during the Early Middle Ages (300 -1000) in Europe.

 

Medieval Europe

The CEMEC project includes the development of a Mobile Panoramic Project System (MPPS), which will enable museum and online visitors to explore the rich cultural history and diversity of Early Medieval Europe.

MPPS will connect to a database of 3D scanned objects, allowing users to take a closer look at objects in the exhibition and to learn more about the collections and history from their devices at home.

Object from the collections

The ’CROSSROADS, Europe (300-1000)’ exhibition will focus on the Early Middle Ages in Europe. This period is often defined as ‘the Dark Ages’, however CROSSROADS will shed new light on this misconception, presenting the period as a time of exchange, in objects, people and ideas.

CROSSROADS will explore three main themes: connectivity, diversity and mobility. Using these themes, the exhibition will show the connections between different regional cultures in Europe and around the Mediterranean, from Ireland to Egypt and from Spain to Hungary and Greece. The exhibition will use a range of technology including an interactive timeline, maps, and contextual reconstructions to illuminate this complex period for museum audiences.

3D technology

The exhibition will open at the Allard Pierson Museum in Amsterdam (October 2017-March 2018). It will then move to the Byzantine and Christian Museum in Athens (April- September 2018) and end at the LVR Landesmuseum in Bonn (October 2018- April 2019).



Afkorting
CEMEC

Projecttypering
  • Digitaliseringsproject
  • Vernieuwing Digitale Dienstverlening
  • Portal-project (samenvoeging van bestaande data)

Status
In uitvoering

Projectwebsite
cemec-eu.net/

Contactpersoon
Marieke van den Doel

Projectorganisatie


Betrokken instellingen uit het overzicht van DEN
Allard Pierson Museum (projectleider)
Digitaal Erfgoed Nederland (projectpartner)

Financiering


Resultaten


Projectresultaat
  • Informatiedienst voor intern gebruik
  • Rapport(en)
  • Pilot of demonstrator

Doelgroep
  • Vakgenoten
  • Breed publiek

Collectietypering
  • Archeologische vondsten

Domein
  • Archeologie
  • Musea

Geografische dekking
  • Internationaal

Digitalisering


Uitvoering digitalisering
  • Intern met externe begeleiding

Bestandstypen
  • VR/3D

Digitale duurzaamheid
Voor de duurzaamheid van de data wordt het instellingsbeleid gevolgd

Evaluatie


Laatst gewijzigd: 24-01-2017

Tags:
tentoonstelling   musea   Europa   3D-content  
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