ARea is the most exciting augmented reality conference in Finland! In 2015 the fourth consecutive event will be held in Turku and hosted by us. The theme this year is augmented reality in culture & travel. The two day event consist of a workshop, seminar and an expo. See more at the event site at areaevent.fi!
The research on use of mixed reality technologies in culture and learning environments that started in our Futuristic History project continues now in the larger scale project MIRACLE – Mixed Reality Applications for Culture and Learning Applications. The project’s first seminar was held on January 16. The event took place in Turku at the St […]
The Futuristic History project organized a public seminar at The National Museum of Finland in Helsinki. Audience of approximately 100 academic, business, culture and museum oriented people were given feature talks by the project partners and presentations by the researchers about the findings and pilot applications developed during the project. The event was opened by […]
NODEM 2014, the annual Nordic digital heritage conference is underway in Warsaw, Poland. The event started on Monday December 1 with a day of keynotes. Today in turn the focus was on academic presentations and among them our Futuristic History project presented a talk about creating the Luostarinmäki Adventure game. On the stage were Tuomas […]
The Futuristic History project welcomes you to a public seminar on the use of mixed reality technologies in museum and culture environments! The event takes place on Decemeber 9 at the auditorium of The National Museum of Finland in Helsinki. The seminar features talks by the project’s partners and presentations by researchers about the findings […]
The Mixed Reality projects at Department of Future Technologies takes part in the NaviGate maritime industry fare in Turku. The fare takes place at the The Turku Fair and Congress Center during 19 and 20 November. Come and meet us at the University of Turku booth C61! On display are demos from projects MARIN, Futuristic History […]
The Futuristic History project in the University of Turku has completed a mobile application that presents the Holy Ghost Church as a virtual model. Using a tablet computer one can view the whole interior of the virtual church and explore the objects in it. The application was published in cooperation with Casagrandentalo, one of the […]