Digital Heritage 2018 3rd International Congress & Expo
Friday, October 26 • 10:30am - 5:00pm
CalPARKS Special Session on 3D Digital Preservation & Best Practices FULL
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Case studies and best practice lessons on digital preservation from the perspective of one of the largest state park systems in United States. From digital surveys for historic preservation to interpretation and VR/AR for collaboration and outreach, this rich session delves into the digital at sites across the state of California.

Leslie L. Hartzell, California State Parks
Anthea Hartig, California Historical Society

214 - Leslie L. Hartzell, Elizabeth Prather and Steve Hilton
CalParks Digital Heritage Partnerships and Best Practices: Challenges and Advances
Shelley Dildey
212 - Developing a Verification Protocol for the Restoration of the Neptune Pool: Hearst San Simeon State Historical Monument

198 - Phil Woltz and Paul Veisze
Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) at Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park

11:30 – 11:40

11:40 – 12:00
Denise Jaffke, Matt Masu, and Sam Haskell
143 – Photogrammetry as a Submerged Cultural Resource Monitoring Tool at Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe

12:00 – 12:20
37 - Anaise Guillem and Nicola Lercari
From Laser Scanning to BIM: Towards a More Integrated Digital Workflow for Architectural Assets - a Case-study of Julia Morgan's Hearthstone


Barbara Tejada, Elizabeth Lee and Chip Fenenga
197 - A Digital Solution to Preserving and Interpreting Ancient Rock Art at Chumash Painted Cave State Historic Park, California

Nancy Lenoil
199 - The First State Park: Yosemite & Google Arts & Culture
2:00 – 2:20
Nicola Lercari and Denise Jaffke
137 - Community-based Participatory Preservation and Citizen Science at Bodie State Historic Park

2:20 – 2:40
Rob LeRoy
221 - Leveraging 3D and Video to Improve Awareness, Accessibility and Preservation: A Pilot Project at Casa Soberances

Brad Krey and Ben Fenkell
200 - Partnerships Expand the Reach of California State Parks Innovative Digital Suite for K-12 Education

Felicia Lowe and Justin Chin
211 - History Alive - Where the Walls Talk

Andrew Feinberg and Yigit Yigiter
196 - Opportunities and Challenges in Creating Experience Design and Interpretation Using Virtual

Anthea Hartig
223 - Moderator Lead Discussion - CalParks: Special Session on 3D Digital Preservation and Best Practices

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Anthea M. Hartig, Ph.D.

Executive Director and CEO, California Historical Society


Shelly Dildey

California State Parks
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Andrew Feinberg

Co Founder and Chief Operating Officer, TimeLooper
Andrew is the Co Founder and Chief Operating Officer of TimeLooper, the world's most advanced story building platform. Through the innovative application of cutting-edge technologies - including geographic information systems (GIS) mapping, holographic imaging, and 3D scanning - TimeLooper... Read More →
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Ben Fenkell

PORTS Program Coordinator, California State Parks
California State Park Lifer - Over 20 years with California State ParksHave had the great experience of working in parks with amazing natural and cultural history. Enjoy collaborating and learning with people, always looking forward to opportunities to showcase and share our parks... Read More →
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Nancy Lenoil, CA, FSAA

State Archivist, California State Archives
An archivist with the California State Archives since 1987, and State Archivist since 2006, she is the first woman State Archivist in state history. A Fellow of the Society and a Certified Archivist, she has a M.A. in History and Certificate in Archival Administration from Wayne State... Read More →
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Anais Guillem

University of California Merced

Steve Hilton

California State Parks

Denise Jaffke

California State Parks
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Brad Krey

PORTS Program Manager, California State Parks
Since the last century, Brad has been exploring new ways to tell the stories of California’s diverse and complex natural and cultural history. As a statewide program manager in the Interpretation and Education Division of California State Parks, he is currently managing the award-winning... Read More →
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Elizabeth Lee

VP Programs and Development, Cyark
Elizabeth serves as Vice President for Programs and Development for CyArk. Her expertise includes developing international partnerships in support of technology driven solutions for cultural heritage protection, education, and appreciation. Originally trained as an archaeologist with... Read More →
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Nicola Lercari

Asst. Prof. of World Heritage, Univ. of Calif. Merced
Research Interests: - Digital heritage - 3D Visualization - Remote Sensing - Heritage Conservation - Virtual Reality - Serious Games - Digital Storytelling
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Felicia Lowe

Producer/Director, Lowedown Productions
Angel Island Immigration Station is a part of me; as a descendent of former detainees, former board president of the Immigration Station Foundation to restore and preserve the site, producer of the documentary, "Carved in Silence," soundscape designer that is played in the barracks... Read More →

Liz Prather

Architectural Designer/Project Manager, California State Parks
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Barbara Tejada

Associate State Archaeologist, California State Parks
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Paul Veisze

Geographic Information Officer, California State Parks
I am a Connector: bringing geographic data and tools to field staff, headquarters Programs, allied agencies, and the Public. My academic background is in natural resources conservation, wildland fire ecology, aerial photography/remote sensing, and GIS. Over the last few years, I've... Read More →
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Fabian Wagmister

Associate Professor & Director, Center for Research in Engineering, Media & Performance (REMAP), UCLA
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Yigit Yigiter

Co-Founder & CEO, Timelooper
We partner with museums, historic sites, cultural institutions, and preservation authorities to create bleeding edge interpretation experiences for on-site visitors. Through the development of proprietary augmented and virtual reality technologies, we have been able to deliver compelling... Read More →