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A week spent in Toronto really flown away: an experience that I couldn’t even imagine just one year ago when we seriously started working on i-muse.
The demonstration at the ICHIM 07 conference went very well, a lot of people were curious to see the video guide running: from representatives of major canadian, american and european cultural heritage institutions, to curators, researchers, professors and students. Being able to meet these people, discuss and talk to them, has been the real added value of the event.
The clear feeling I had is that we’re among the pioneers in this sector and at the same time we have a product with a quality many didn’t expect!
A positive experience from a business point of view then, as much as it was for the pleasure of discovering a multi-cultural and rich of points of interest city such as Toronto: we walked through the city’s quarters visiting major museums, climbed up to the CN Tower’s 447m high Sky Pod and admired the power of the Niagara Falls.
A nice presentation and a great cultural enrichment are the balance of the canadian adventure.
And here’s the Torontolati’s Gallery with the photos of the journey.
In a few days all the five of us will leave for Canada to demonstrate i-muse at the ICHIM 07, the international conference about informatics applied to cultural heritage that will take place in Toronto from the 24th to the 26th of october.
It’s an important chance to show the results of our work to the 300 invited people coming from all over the world, including researchers, sector experts and professionals.
Even the local daily newspaper La Provincia wished us good luck with an article by Sara della Torre.
It’s a big investment for us, although actually facilitated, since we are among the beneficiaries of the Bando Ingenio, a regional announcement of competition which guarantees us that the expenses sustained for the educational mobility will be refunded.
Meanwhile, we got some interest thanks to the paper about i-muse we wrote for the conference.
We’ll try to leave a positive impression and to enjoy the adventure.
We’re getting ready with the last things and then let’s go!