Emotions3D would not have been possible without an Associate Investigator grant from the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions. Aside from this funding provision, the Centre and its staff have been hugely supportive in the ongoing development of Emotions3D.
This project has relied upon the voluntary research efforts of a number of scholars from around Australia and further afield, who have all contributed their time and expertise to help develop tailored content on the history of emotions and 3D digital heritage. Heartfelt thanks go to Michelle Bunting, Joanne McEwan, Stephanie Tarbin, Bob Weston, Colin Yeo, Jo Merrey, Joanna Tyler, Alicia Marchant and Courtnay Koshuh. Professor Susan Broomhall has also provided welcome advice and support to the project.
Thanks are also owed to the museum and cultural heritage participants in the project, including the staff of the Metalwork and Ceramics collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum (especially Rachel Church and Angus Patterson); Michael McGuiness and the team at the Stirling Smith Gallery and Museum; Frankie Kubicki at Keats’ House; Kate Jarman at the St Bart’s Hospital Museum and Archive; and Dan Petts at the British Museum.
We would particularly like to thank Professor Paul Bourke, Thomas Flynn (Cultural Heritage Lead, Sketchfab), and the staff at the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre for their ongoing technical advice and support.