CrossCult (Horizon 2020), <br> European project


CrossCult (Horizon 2020),
European project

Digital innovation for re-interpreting European cultural heritage

Innovation and development project for the Horizon 2020 programme

CrossCult develops a series of innovative technological services capable of linking different types of content in different locations from diverse cultural entities, with multiple objectives. One of these aims is to be able to offer users “personalised narratives” and recommendations through an app. Additionally, users can generate content that will be of interest to historians and curators, who will have the opportunity to discover previously hidden connections as a result of this interaction and use them when designing new experiences.

Starting year: 2016

Partners: There are 11 of us located in 7 countries

  • France: The National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)
  • Greece: The University of the Peloponnese (UoP), Technological Educational Institute of Athens (TEI-A)
  • Italy: The University of Padova (UNIPD)
  • Luxembourg: Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST)
  • Malta: Institute of Digital Games, University of Malta (UOM)
  • Spain: The University of Vigo (UVIGO), GVAM Interactive guides (GVAM)
  • United Kingdom: University College London (UCL), The National Gallery (NG)

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