Edited by Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, Christos Giachritsis and David Pyrtherch

We owe a great deal to earlier researchers in haptic applications to cultural heritage, art studies and practice. We would like to list past and current projects which may illuminate and help in shaping future research in this area. Please post a brief description and link to a project which you think is worth inclusion. Comments will be posted at the Editors discretion and may be edited.

MUSEUM OF PURE FORM, Museo dell’Opera del Duomo, Pisa, Italy

TOUCHING the UNTOUCHABLE: Increasing Access to Archaeological Artefacts by Virtual Handling, University of Exeter, UK, 2009.
Introduction video by Dr Linda Hurcombe.

‘Catch 22’, A research cluster funded by the Science and Heritage Programme, UK; University College London http://www.ucl.ac.uk/conservation-c-22/ (29 September 2009 workshop).

http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/teaching/VE/Slides/2010-2011/08_Haptics.pdf

V-HIP – A Virtual Haptic Interface for Printmaking
NB These V-HIP websites are no longer maintained:
http://www.sciria.org.uk/home/project_show/1
http://www.arts.ac.uk/research/17633.htm

Haptec – A Haptic Training Simulator for Conservation, A. Geary and M. Sandy (2004)

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