Category Archives: Mobile device “apps”

Blogs about Mobile device “apps” and other software related projects

Mobile Device Apps for Community Archaeology

As part of the final output of our Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Grant AHL0132901 on the 29th June 2015 we released two new mobile device apps for community archaeologists. De Montfort University’s Digital Building Heritage Group has been … Continue reading

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Binchester Roman Bath House App Development

As part of the UK’s Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Grant Ref AHL0132901 the Digital Building Heritage Group is working in a year long project with the Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland (ARC&ARC) and Dr. David … Continue reading

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Affective Digital Histories – Recreating De-industrial Places

It’s always nice to be asked to work on someone else’s projects especially when it’s with new collaborative partners and The Digital Building Heritage Group is for the first time assisting the University of Leicester on one of their projects, … Continue reading

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Southwell Community Archaeology – Planning an App

Today we were at with our colleague Dr. Chris King at the University of Nottingham and with representatives of the Southwell Community Archaeology Group (SCAG) with whom the University of Nottingham has had a long and productive relationship working within … Continue reading

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DBHG in North Wales with RCAHMW at Digital Past 2014 to Launch New AHRC 3D Printing Film

UK heritage professionals are gathering in north Wales (Llandudno to be precise) for the Royal Commission for Ancient and Historic Monuments of Wales (RCAHMW) annual event Digital Past 2014 (12-13 February 2014 – their banner is below). The Digital Building … Continue reading

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Virtual Romans Mobile Device App Launch

It’s great to be able to report on the public launch this week of a fantastic new Augmented Reality (AR) heritage app produced by De Montfort University researchers. The Launch event was held at Leicester’s  Jewry Wall Museum, right in … Continue reading

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Welford Road Cemetery Trail App: Launch – and Cake

It’s all mobile device apps here at the Digital Building Heritage Group as we saw the launch this week of the third one we have been involved with recently and the second that has been funded under our recent AHRC … Continue reading

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Wolverhampton Blue Plaque App

This week the Digital Building Heritage Group released the Wolverhampton Blue Plaque mobile device App which was created for Wolverhampton Civic and Historical Society as part of an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Connected Communities, Community Heritage Grant. Using an … Continue reading

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Virtual Romans iPad App

Screen shots of the Virtual Romans iPad App showing main screen, one of the augmented reality interiors, rotatable 3D model of one of the buildings and a rotatable 3D representation of one of the artifacts. Our colleagues Dave Everitt, Nick … Continue reading

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Virtual Roman Leicester Mobile Phone App

We are working with the Leicester Museums Services and the Jewry Wall Museum to create a new mobile phone app which which will provide a map with all the key Roman sites in Leicester. Using GPS technology similar to the one you … Continue reading

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