The Cultural Informatics research group based at the University of Brighton, undertakes research across a spectrum of interdisciplinary areas to support the development and use of digital collections. Research focuses on technical areas, including 3D virtual environments, archives and collections management systems, web and museum based interactive applications and language technologies; and non-technical areas, including testing, economic and social impact evaluation in support of the development of the cultural heritage sector and its opportunities in tourism, entertainment and education.
Please see our Reshaping History Exhibition web site which demonstrates research done during the 3D-COFORM project. Please follow the video link by selecting "Exhibition Videos" under the "Media Exposure" top menu item for a visual tour of the work presented at the exhibition held in Brighton during summer 2012.
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PhD Studentships available. Please see our Available Vacancies page