3D Imaging in Cultural Heritage
Thursday 9th – Friday 10th November 2017
BP Lecture Theatre, The British Museum
First Circular: Call for Papers
As part of the European network IPERION CH, a two-day conference will be held at The British Museum on 9-10 November 2017.
The aim of the conference is to explore the use of different 3D imaging methods and their wide-ranging applications in cultural heritage. Areas which will be covered include the visualization of objects and areas with optical techniques, X-ray CT scanning, the role of 3D imaging in the restoration of artifacts and low-cost 3D scanning techniques. The conference will also look towards the future of 3D imaging, and the potential of emerging technologies to impact the field of cultural heritage research.
At this stage we invite the submission of titles and abstracts of up to 500 words for presentations for consideration by the organising committee, using the form that can be downloaded from the conference website www.3dimaginginculturalheritage.org. The completed form should be emailed to
The deadline for submission of abstracts is 1st June 2017. Conference places may be limited, so early registration is recommended. Those who express an interest in response to this announcement, or submit an abstract, will be notified when registration opens.
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