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Four itineraries starting from the Quattro Canti to discover the oldest streets and neighborhoods of the historic center of Palermo showing the user, through the 3D viewer, how these places have been transformed from the nineteenth century to today, inserting that of tradition into this virtual narrative Sicilian oral.
With this project, entitled “From the Puppet Opera to the knowledge and enhancement of the Palermo area”, Benedetta Valeria Cannizzaro, PhD student in Economic Sciences and Statistics of the University of Palermo, was awarded on 17 June last during the Congress “Il Cultural heritage as a resource for sustainable growth “, organized by the Italian-French University in collaboration with the Suor Orsola University of Benincasa and in synergy with the national technology cluster Tiche.
Four in all the awards awarded.
The Palermo student, already graduated in Modern Languages and Translation for International Relations, has combined the four itineraries with an immersive exhibition capable of exploiting technologies to make the user live a unique experience.
The project, which responds to some objectives of the 2030 Agenda, also intends to bring young people closer to cultural heritage through the creation of digital outputs, including a virtual exhibition and an audio guide.
The only Sicilian winner, Cannizzaro was awarded in the Salone delle Feste of the Museum and Real Bosco di Capodimonte in Naples.
In March he participated in the call, launched by the Italian-French University, aimed at young researchers under 35 to propose initiatives on the issues of the application of innovative technologies in the digital field for the protection and enhancement of cultural heritage, in all its forms, with a view to environmental sustainability.
News from Sicily 2022-06-19 17:19:00