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Monday, October 28 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Keynote Speaker - Dominique Pouliquen

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The Old Leading the New – Driving Technology through Digital Heritage

Reality capture technologies are now reaching a level of maturity that allows digitizing any object, building or site to the finest possible level of detail and texture quality. Digital heritage is benefiting from all these new technologies, mostly driven from laser scanning and photogrammetry requirements of the industrial, consumer goods or entertainment industries. But what if Digital Heritage could not only be a follower but a real driver for these new developments? Preservation of our cultural heritage brings challenges that are similar to the ones found in many other industries as well, such as architecture, construction, civil engineering, manufacturing, video games, film production or multimedia:
- Scalability: high volume of objects must be digitized, which requires cheaper and simpler devices for crowd scanning;
- Dissemination and storytelling: the digitized data must be available through attractive stories to engage with the masses;
- Sustainability: digitized content must not only be used to preserve and document, but also to maintain and improve.
The Digital Heritage community has the know-how and expertise to make all this happen. By connecting more to the needs of those business-driven industries, the Digital Heritage community will contribute to a much wider ecosystem, driving more resources and opportunities to expand. Are you willing to lead?


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Dominique Pouliquen

Marketing Director, RSG, Autodesk
Dominique Pouliquen is the Director of Market Development for the Reality Capture Group at Autodesk and is based at its global headquarters in San Francisco, California. Recognized as the worldwide leader in 2D and 3D CAD software, including well-known brands such as AutoCAD®, Revit®, 3ds Max® and Maya®, Autodesk acquired REALVIZ, a software company co-founded by M. Pouliquen and M. Luc Robert, in May 2008. REALVIZ computer vision... Read More →


Monday October 28, 2013 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Amphitheatre

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