DigitalHeritageExpo is the largest exhibition on Digital Heritage ever organised. Spread over more than 700 sqm of space, the exhibition is divided into 6 unique categories: Immersive Environments, DigitalHeritage @ Work, Virtual Museums, Edutainment, Art and Creativity, Multivision. Supported by BMTA’s Archeovirtual and ETH’s Digital Art Weeks, the Expo is hosted in the astonishing location of the Villa Mediterranée in Marseille from the 28th of October until the 1st of November 2013. Selected by a Program Committee composed of Arts, Heritage and Information and Communication Technologies experts, the best exhibitions proposals not only be accessible for hundreds of participants of the DigitalHeritage2013 International Congress, but will also for the thousands of visitors that the new waterfront museum area has been attracting to its exhibits. Visitors to the exhibition will travel through time and space, reaching diverse countries from around the world from Jordan to Indonesia, from China to America, from Spain to Island, covering an historical timespan of over 5000 years, the exhibitions lets visitors explore archaeological sites and monuments, get immersed in musical environments and enter virtual artworks, listen to stories from our past, interact with a wide range of digital heritage and science applications using hands, bodies, heads, brains, and finally to connect “digital” with “heritage” and to see how creativity takes one to new future perspectives.

Organized by CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research) on behalf of the MAP Laboratory and local research institutions Provence (Aix-Marseille University, Arts et Métiers ParisTech, CICRP, School of Architecture and INRIA Méditerranée) and by CNR ITABC (Italian National Research Council, Institute of Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage), in cooperation with ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology).Supported by 
Archeovirtual and Digital Art Weeks
Sponsored by 
Digital Projection