VIMM is an international EU project that researches the characteristics, qualities and preservation of virtual museums.
The era of Digital Culture is with us. Virtual Museums (VM) are a core ingredient of Virtual Cultural Heritage (VCH). Virtual reality and augmented reality are already comment technologies used in various ways.
This project sets out to develop and maintain a sustainable platform engaging a large number of key stakeholders and communities of practices on how to improve the collaboration and comprehension among the entire European community of cultural organizations, in order to build up a common roadmap for future activities and explore how these encounters can be evaluated to understand the models.
The main objective of the project is to advise the European Commission and organizations like IBM, Google and Interpol to create and implement a sustainable strategy for cultural organisations for the coming decade.
The video below gives a summary of the objectives and participants of this inspiring project:
The project will be executed by a consortium of 7 European partners:
ViMM has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Programme as Coordiantioon and Support Action, under GA n° 727107.
Our task is to identify and assess emerging technical issues, innovations and tools which will improve the 'digital encounter'.