Museum Connections 2024

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Immersive technologies and environmental responsibility: new update

Jan 17, 2024 | 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

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While we are aware that XR cultural experiences have a negative impact on the planet, solutions for reducing it are still at a very early stage. That's why we offer a new update on the subject, taking a look at the CEPIR research project, which benefited from the France 2030 scheme ""Supporting green alternatives in the cultural sector"". The aim of the CEPIR project is to produce data and tools to assess the environmental impact of the French XR sector and to make recommendations to policy-makers and professionals to ensure that it is compatible with an ambitious trajectory for 2030.The CEPIR research project (Cas d'Étude pour un Immersif Responsable) is led by the Tiny Planets - Novelab - Coopérative carbone consortium and their partners. This round table follows on from the one proposed in 2023 ICI LIEN" This round table follows on the conference : IMMERSIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSABILITY from the 2023 conference programme. Access the replay

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