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2017

Multisensory UNESCO – digitization of tangible and intangible heritage of Lipnica Murowana

The Multisensory UNESCO project aimed at digitalizing and sharing the cultural and national heritage of Lipnica Murowana including the wooden church of St. Leonard (UNESCO) and other interesting historical monuments. To date, there has been no such broad and comprehensive project of heritage digitalization that would serve the education of a wide audience and would guarantee reconstruction of that heritage in case of damages resulting from natural catastrophes or human action. Its particular objective was to present the broadly understood immaterial heritage: stories about the saints, events, holidays, customs, and tradition (e.g. a unique competition of Easter Palms).
The project consisted in recording material sources in a digital form of advanced 3D models of various architectural objects and their equipment. One of the results is an interactive website www.digitalunesco.pl that engages human senses. The AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków established and recorded the social context of unique soundscapes, as well as carried out acoustic tests in order to analyse the acoustic parameters of various interiors and perform their auralization. The educational nature of the project gave birth e.g. to cultural heritage scenarios. Thanks to recordings with audio description and other facilities the results of the project are also easily available to people with sight disfunctions.

PARTNERS:


STANISŁAW STASZIC AGH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE IN KRAKÓW

Research supervised by Professor Jerzy Wiciak and carried out by a team including:
Paweł Małecki PhD Eng, Katarzyna Sochaczewska MSc and Natalia Krygowska MA (an alumna of the Faculty of Humanities).


THE JAGIELLONIAN UNIVERSITY IN CRACOW—INSTITUTE OF CULTURE

The preparation of a walk around Lipnica together with scenarios of lessons on cultural heritage: Anna Góral, Agnieszka Konior


SIÓDMY ZMYSŁ FOUNDATION

Audio description: text – Regina Mynarska, consultation – Kamila Albin
The audio description reader: Aneta Florek – a guide in the church of St. Leonard in Lipnica Murowana
Studies on Lipnica Murowana – Damian Nowak


Project subsidised by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage within the framework of the DIGITAL CULTURE 2017 and by the Lipnica Murowana Community


Technical implementation of the project:

3DELING LASER SCANNING SERVICES LTD

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2018

Multisensory UNESCO 2. The wooden churches heritage digitalization in southern Małopolska
on the 15th anniversary of being entered on the UNESCO list

In 2018, Poland celebrated the 15th anniversary of entering the wooden churches of southern Małopolska on the UNESCO World Heritage List. On the occasion of this event, the Foundation continued the UNESCO Multisensory project, in which the heritage of Lipnica Murowana was digitized, including the church of st. Leonard. In 2018, the tangible and intangible heritage of churches in Binarowa, Blizne, Dębno, Haczów and Sękowa was digitized.

The project consisted of:

laser scanning of objects, comprehensive conversion of material resources into digital form by making advanced models of three-dimensional objects and their equipment – 3Deling.

performing detailed acoustic studies of churches using spatial impulse responses using the ambisonic technique – Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza im. Stanisław Staszic in Kraków. The work was headed by prof. dr hab. Eng. Jerzy Wiciak, and carried out by Dr. Eng. Paweł Małecki.

creating texts on the intangible cultural heritage of objects – Dr. Magdalena Łanuszka.

creating audio description to ensure the availability of digitally presented content of the resources of the most valuable monuments
in Poland for people with disabilities – Regina Mynarska, the Seventh Sense Foundation; Audio description consultation: Kamila Albin.

Producer: “Pełni Kultury” Foundation
Co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage coming
from the Culture Promotion Fund

PARTNERS:


The project is co-financed by the Nowy Targ Commune


The project is co-financed by the Commune of Sękowa


The project is co-financed by the Commune of Biecz


The Subcarpathian Open Space


The project is co-organized by Provincial House of Culture in Rzeszów


Technical implementation of the project:

3DELING LASER SCANNING SERVICES LTD

St. Michael the Archangel
in Binarowa

All Saints Parish
in Blizne

St. Michael the Archangel
in Dębno

Parish Of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
in Haczów

Parish st. Joseph the Spouse
Of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Sękowa

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2019

Multisensory UNESCO 3. Digitization of 8 wooden churches in the Polish region of the Carpathians entered on the UNESCO list

The project consisted in the comprehensive transformation of material and intangible resources into digital form 8 wooden churches entered in 2013 on the UNESCO List, 4 located in the Podkarpackie Voivodeship and 4 from the Małopolska Voivodeship, i.e .:
– the church of St. Michael the Archangel in Brunary Wyżne
– the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Chotyniec
– the church of St. Paraskeva in Kwiatoń
– Orthodox Church Protection of the Mother of God in Owczary
– the church of St. Jakub the Younger in Powroźnik
– the church of St. Paraskeva in Radruż
– the church of St. Michael the Archangel in Smolnik
– the church of St. Michael the Archangel in Turzańsk

The project consisted of:

laser scanning of objects, comprehensive conversion of material resources into digital form by making advanced three-dimensional models of objects and their equipment. Orthophotoplans – 3Deling were also made for the churches in Chotyniec, Radruż, Smolnik and Turzańsk

performing detailed acoustic studies of the church using spatial impulse responses using the ambisonic technique – Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza im. Stanisław Staszic in Krakow. The work was led by prof. dr hab. Jerzy Wiciak, and the research was carried out by: dr inż. Paweł Małecki and MSc. Katarzyna Sochaczewska

creating texts on the intangible cultural heritage of objects – Mr. Janusz Mazur from the Kresy Museum in Lubaczów wrote about the church in Radruż, and Mr. Jarosław Giemza from the Castle Museum in Łańcut wrote about the other 7 churches

creating audio description to ensure the availability of digitally presented content of the resources of the most valuable monuments in Poland for people with disabilities – Mrs. Regina Mynarska; Audiodescription consultations – Ms Kamila Albin

Producer: “Pełni Kultury” Foundation
Project co-financed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage from the Cultural Assistance Fund under the DIGITAL CULTURE 2019 program

PARTNERS:


The Subcarpathian Open Space


AGH University of Science and Technology Stanisław Staszic in Krakow


Museum of the Borderlands in Lubaczów


Co-organizer: Cultural Center in Przemyśl


The project is co-financed by the PZU Foundation


Technical implementation of the project:

3DELING LASER SCANNING SERVICES LTD

Roman Catholic parish Blessed Virgin Mary of the Assumption in Brunary Wyżne

Greek Catholic parish of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Chotyniec

Roman Catholic parish Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Uście Gorlickie

Roman Catholic parish st. Józef the Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Sękowa

Roman Catholic parish st. Jakub the Younger Apostle in Powroźnik

Roman Catholic parish Saint Stanislaus, Bishop and Martyr in Lutowiska

Orthodox parish Michael the Archangel in Turzańsk

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2020

Multisensory UNESCO 4. Digitization of Krakow’s cultural heritage entered on the UNESCO list

As part of the 4th edition of the project, the Foundation for Full Culture digitized the cultural heritage of Krakow in the form of the Barbican and the Florian Gate with nearby walls and towers.

The project consisted of:

laser scanning of objects, comprehensive processing of material resources into digital form by making advanced models of three-dimensional objects and their equipment – 3Deling Krakow

performing detailed acoustic studies using spatial impulse responses using the ambisonic technique – Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza im. Stanisław Staszic in Krakow. The work was led by prof. dr hab. Jerzy Wiciak, and the research was carried out by: dr inż. Paweł Małecki and MSc. Katarzyna Sochaczewska

creating texts on the intangible cultural heritage of objects – Szymon Jarosiński wrote about the Barbican, Dr. Michał Szczerba wrote about the Florian Gate with towers and walls, i.e. the history of defensive walls

creating audio description to ensure the availability of digitally presented content of the most valuable monuments in Poland for people with disabilities – Regina Mynarska; Audiodescription consultations – Kamila Albin

Producer: “Pełni Kultury” Foundation
Project co-financed by the Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport from the Fund for the Promotion of Culture under the DIGITAL CULTURE 2020 program

PARTNERS:


The City of Krakow


Museum of Krakow


AGH University of Science and Technology Stanisław Staszic in Krakow


Technical implementation of the project:

3DELING LASER SCANNING SERVICES LTD

The project is co-financed by the City of Krakow

The project is co-financed by the PZU Foundation

5

2021

Multisensory UNESCO 5. Digitization of the cultural heritage of the Sanctuary in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska (UNESCO)

The project received a three-year co-financing from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage as part of the Digital Culture 2021 program.

As part of the 5th edition of the project, the Foundation digitizes the cultural heritage of the Sanctuary in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, which was entered on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1999 and recognized as a Historical Monument.

Project plan:

1. 2021 – digitization of the Basilica inside and outside, Rajski Square, the Chapel of Our Lady of Kalwaria and digitization of the books of Kalwaria.

2. 2022 – digitization of the choir, St. Anthony and the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception and a model presenting the entire mannerist assumption.

3. 2023 – digitization of the most valuable objects from the paths of Kalwaria, such as the Chapel of the Crucifixion, the Town Hall of Pilate, the Church of the Tomb of Our Lady.

2021

The project consisted of:

laser scanning of objects, comprehensive processing of material resources into digital form by making advanced models of three-dimensional objects and their equipment – 3Deling Kraków

digitization of Calvary books made by the National Museum in Krakow – Department of Digitization and Digital Resource Management: Antiphonary from the second half of XVI century, Hymnarium from the first half of the 18th century, Cantionale from the second half of the Eighteenth century, Synopis missarum choralium from 1763.

performing detailed acoustic studies using spatial impulse responses using the ambisonic technique – Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza im. Stanisław Staszic in Krakow. The research was carried out by dr hab. Eng. Paweł Małecki

creating texts on the intangible cultural heritage of objects – dr hab. Wiktor Szymborski – Department of the History of Culture, Science and Historical Education, Jagiellonian University in Krakow

creating audio description to ensure the availability of digitally presented content of the most valuable monuments in Poland for people with disabilities: audio descriptor – Regina Mynarska; audio description consultations – Kamila Albin

Producer: “Pełni Kultury” Foundation
Co-financed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage from the Culture Promotion Fund – a state special purpose fund

PARTNERS:


Passion-Marian Sanctuary in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska


Zurich Foundation


AGH University of Science and Technology Stanisław Staszic in Krakow


Technical implementation of the project:

3DELING LASER SCANNING SERVICES LTD

The project is co-financed by the PZU Foundation

The project is co-financed by the funds of
Monastery oo. Bernardynów in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska

Many thanks to Kalwaria Zebrzydowska
for financial support

Cooperation: The National Museum in Krakow
– Department of Digitization and Digital Resource Management