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ARS-IT is devoted to the application of information technology (IT) to the cultural heritage field. Our goal is to develop new applications for the research, data analysis and management of cultural heritage data and to provide the proper tools for an efficient knowledge dissemination.

This web-site intends also to be a virtual meeting point for different professionals working in this area in order to identify the main necessities and join them with the skills of IT professionals with experience in the cultural heritage field.

The applications developed by ARS-IT can be released under GPL licence. Registered users can also participate in the ARS-IT forum, posing questions about the applications or opening new topics for discussion.

 


  • In-situ use of MOVIDA. Study of old-printed maps from the Niewodniczański. Collection of Silesiaca, 16th to 18th century. The Ossoliński National Institute in Wrocław, Poland. Investigation performed by MOLAB within the activities of CHARISMA.

  • Movida's screenshot. Study of the Taking of the Christ, Caravaggio. National Gallery of Ireland. Investigation performed by MOLAB within the activities of CHARISMA.

  • Movida's screenshot. Study of The Three Maries at the Tomb (XVth century), Hubert van Eyck. Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Investigation performed by MOLAB within the activities of CHARISMA.

  • In-situ use of MOVIDA. The Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife (1854), Daniel Maclise. National Gallery of Ireland. Investigation performed by MOLAB within the activities of CHARISMA.

  • Movida's screenshot. Mapping image with points and query utility. Vincent Van Gogh painting. Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, The Netherlands. Investigation performed by MOLAB within the activities of CHARISMA.

  • In-situ use of MOVIDA. The Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife (1854), Daniel Maclise. National Gallery of Ireland. Investigation performed by MOLAB within the activities of CHARISMA.

  • Movida's screenshot. The Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife (1854), Daniel Maclise. National Gallery of Ireland. Investigation performed by MOLAB within the activities of CHARISMA.