I found this fascinating article today:
The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales
Invites you to attend a forthcoming day seminar at St Fagans National History Museum, Cardiff, in conjunction with St Fagans and See3D.
DIGITAL PAST 2010: New technologies in Heritage, Interpretation and Outreach
Date: February 16th-17th 2010
Venue: St Fagans National History Museum, Cardiff
Building on the success of the first Digital Past conference in Aberystwyth, Digital Past 2010 offers two days of events held within and around the historic properties of St Fagans. This seminar is intended to guide heritage managers, education and outreach officers, and museum and local government officers in Wales and further afield through some of the newest technologies available for researching and promoting heritage sites. Conference papers, seminars and practical training sessions will be combined to cover the latest technical survey and interpretation techniques and their practical application in heritage interpretation and education. Further details to be announced November 2009.
at Wednesday, October 14, 2009, Archives October 2009
You should read the whole article.
Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales
Recognised centre of excellence in heritage fields, in archive administration, archaeology, photography, graphics, education, architectural history and information management.
St Fagans: National History Museum | National Museum Wales
100-acre parkland of St Fagans Castle, a late 16th-century manor house, are over 30 buildings moved from various parts of Wales and re-erected
See3D Ltd. 20:20 Visualisation - 3D Visualisation Centre, Wales
See3D Ltd. delivers visualisation, animation, software design and virtual reality software solutions for windfarm developers, heritage, architects.
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In the city - Andy-Ipernity has added a photo to the pool: [image: In the city] Cardiff City Centre tower block. Have a great weekend everyone
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