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Virtual world created from community archaeology project: watch!

This AmbITion Scotland case study in digital development sees Hannah Rudman telling the story of the virtual world digital content development that The Scape Trust have created at Timespan Arts & Heritage Centre & Museum, following a community archaeology project in Brora, a remote part of North East Scotland.

Using Kinect technology (Microsoft XBox) in the museum, and 3D virtual reality software and the evidence from the archaeological dig, the 16th Century salt pans of Brora remain with us for exploration at Timespan and online, although coastal erosion means they’re actually currently disappearing into the sea.

Watch and enjoy!

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Watch! News from the Net

Watch AmbITion’s February 2014′s News from the Net, presented by Hannah Rudman. Discover emerging digital development news and comment from the internet, and digital development stories from the AmbITion Scotland network. Horizon scanning and critiquing is done for you, and we introduce you to new ideas and ways to digitally develop!

We’re focussing on the digital developments of arts, cultural, and heritage organisations from across the globe, and in Scotland.

News from the net brings you insight and comment on the emerging digital trends and technologies that are likely to be important to helping you deliver your core values and purposes, like making great creative and artistic experience and products; engaging your audiences; and make sure your creative businesses and practices run as efficiently and sustainably as possible.

This month: good news for digital content creators, video for content marketing, Puppet Animation Scotland’s Manipulate Festival brochure gets the Augmented Reality (AR) treatment and How To… Get Going with Digital Video.

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Hannah Rudman keynote at the NARPACA Ticketing Professionals 2014

17 February 2014to18 February 2014

Hannah Rudman was the keynote speaker at the NARPACA Ticketing Professionals 2014, 17-19 February 2014 in Brisbane, Australia.

Speaking on the subject of Event Horizon, Hannah considered the opportunities and impacts of disruptive existing and emerging digital technologies on cultural events and experiences in her keynote speech on 17th February.

On 18th February, Hannah also led a workshop: Joined Up Digital, that considered The AmbITion Approach, the change approach and toolkit created by Rudman Consulting for digital development across the whole of the organisation/practice. Participants were introduced to the AmbITion Approach, successfully used by over 100 organisations in the UK to develop digital strategies and implementation plans that join up across artistic practice, audience engagement, operations and business models.

Australasian Leisure Management Magazine reported the talk, and featured an article by Hannah Rudman, ArtsHub Australia also published a review of the keynote.

 

17 February 2014to18 February 2014

Ticketing Professionals 2014 conference

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