And the Award goes to...!!!
The 3DHOP project won the 2015 DH Awards for “Best use of DH For Public Engagement”
“3DHOP: 3D Heritage Online Presenter” has instead been designated first runner up in the category “Best DH Tool or Suite of Tools”. This is the verdict of the. The 3DHOP Team is proud of these results and wants to thank everyone supported us in these community awards!
3DHOP doubles for the 2015 Digital Humanities Awards
We are honored to announce that 3DHOP received two nominations at the 2015 DH AWARDS!
“3DHOP: 3D Heritage Online Presenter” has been selected asfinalist in the category “Best DH Tool or Suite of Tools”, while the 3DHOP project “Jackson Pollock: Alchemy in 3D” will run for the category “Best Use of DH For Public Engagement”. We are pleased to see our work acknowledged, but now… we need your help: voting is open, support us, !!!
3DHOP & ADS: passion for Cultural Heritage
The Archaeology Data Service uses the new 3DHOP to tell the story of the “heretic” Pharaoh
Theis the attempt to retrace the amazing story of Akhenaten, the monotheistic Pharaoh. Now ADS wants to show everyone this unique project through an . For this reason ADS has chosen to use the new 3DHOP. Are you interested in knowing who else has chosen 3DHOP? Take a look at the renewed 3DHOP external users gallery!
Looking for inspiration?
Have a look at 3DHOP gallery
Start visiting the examples provided in the 3DHOP gallery! Five cool running demos expressly designed to fully exploit all the 3DHOP features: smart models presentations, bookmarked views, hotspot functionalities, 3D and informative content connections, animations… and much more!
3DHOP (3D Heritage Online Presenter) is an open-source software package for the creation of interactive Web presentations of high-resolution 3D models, oriented to the Cultural Heritage field. 3DHOP target audience goes from the museum curators with some IT experience to the experienced Web designers who want to embed 3D contents in their creations, from students in the CH field to small companies developing web applications for museum and CH institutions.
The best way to learn to use the tool is "by example". Take a look at the gallery, where you will find complete examples of web-based interactive presentation of Cultural Heritage artefacts using complex 3D models and a comprehensive overview of real projects that are using 3DHOP right now. You can then start working with the tool by visiting the download section, to get the whole package, and then refer to the how to page to learn the use of the tool from simple commented examples and tutorials.
3DHOP is a software package with full portability: it can run on all the principal OS (Windows, Mac OS, Linux) equipped with an up-to-date Web browser.
3DHOP is the product of a research group, the Visual Computing Lab of ISTI-CNR. If you find the tool useful, let us know, and if you are a scholar/researcher too, cite our publication about 3DHOP:
All the 3DHOP software is free and open-source, released under the GPL license.