Approaching cultural heritage with new digital applications.
An application based on augmented reality technologies. Accessible both onsite and remotely. It will allow visitors to comprehend monuments that only partially survive through the digital restoration of their original appearance.
A virtual collection of the archaeological artefacts at the Archaeological Museum of Eleusis. Accessible both onsite and remotely. Visitors will be able to explore the collection and the archaeological site, as well as discover new and unique digital exhibitions.
Interactive digital map of monuments and landmarks along the Sacred Way from the cemetery of Kerameikos in Athens to the entrance of the sanctuary of Demeter in Eleusis. The map is enriched with information on the procession and the content of the Greater Mysteries, as well as life in ancient Eleusis and the monuments that survive outside the archaeological site. The map will be accessible online for those who live far away or have mobility limitations. During the visit to the archaeological site, guests will be able to use portable devices in outdoor areas.
The repository is the main tool to collect, examine and manage the digital resources that will be produced during the project. The Ephorate of Antiquities will be able to use the repository to enrich the content of the project’s subsystems.
The website will incorporate the digital resources of the project and will enrich the archaeological site’s online presence. The interactive webpage will host 3D/2D copies of the main monuments and artefacts, narratives etc. It aims to initiate visitors into the Eleusinian Mysteries and present the reality of daily life in ancient Eleusis before, during, and after their visit.
Interactive digital narrative that allows visitors to explore the archaeological site through the eyes of a fictional character. The users visit important monuments in the context of a whodunit that piques their interest and their emotional connection to the site and its history. Innovative tools will highlight the content and GPS will be used to present it to the users.
A tour of the archaeological site of Eleusis in the form of a game that employs digital brain teasers and information. Users will trace their path through the site with their mobile devices to take in their surroundings and acquire knowledge through experience.
An educational app based on serious/applied games technology that will speed up the comprehension of the cultural reserve in an interactive, entertaining and instructive manner (edutainment).
ABOUT USOur goal is a comprehensive approach to the enjoyment of archaeological sites and monuments with the use of new technologies.