Monthly Archives: February 2011

Lecture about Finnish Pavilion at Swedish Historical Society

The Swedish Historical Society cordially invites you to its first evening event this year on Monday, February 28 at 18:15. The place is The Department of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies, University of Helsinki (Unioninkatu 38, Building A, room A205). The lecture is in Swedish. Finlandspaviljongen i Paris 1900 återuppstår [The Resurrection of the […]

Lecture series on Digital Heritage, Spring 2011

1. Digital Cultural Heritage and User Interface Design – Historical Perspective, 4 February.  (Aalto University, Lily Díaz) Room 4319, 4th floor lecture room at Media Lab. 2. The Finnish Pavilion at the 1900 World Fair in Paris, 11 February. (University of Helsinki, Derek Fewster) Room 6088. 3. The Vrouw Maria Project, 18 February. (National Board […]

Welcome!

We already had our first meeting to discuss the new updates on the Pavilion. We have decided that among the next things to be done is the adding of the paintings in the walls of the hall. We are also discussing whether the animal vitrine should be completed next. Tapio Matilainen and Toni Ehström are […]

Finnish Pavilion project receives funding from Media Factory

Last semester our project received a grant from Media Factory that will enable us to continue working on the development of the virtual reality installation of the Pavilion. With these funds we have so far been able to give a course about Unity software. This is the new program that will be used for rendering […]