The Emotions3D website

The digital heritage resource featuring embedded 3D photorealistic digital replicas of cultural heritage objects from UK museums. These models are annotated in three-dimensions and accompanied by specialist research content particularly pertaining to the emotional properties of objects. The site has had over 2000 views since December 2016.


‘Democratizing the digital collection: New players and new pedagogies in three-dimensional cultural heritage’, Museum Worlds: Advances in Research, Volume Four, 2016.

‘Emotions3D; Remediating the Digital Museum’, Handbook of Digital Medieval Literature and Culture, Routledge, forthcoming 2017.

‘Replicating “real-ness”: Establishing parameters for post-processing in cultural heritage photogrammetry’, conference proceedings of Digital Cultural Heritage: Future Visions, Brisbane 2017, forthcoming 2017.

Conference panel

‘Interactive Digital Technologies for History and Cultural Heritage: A Roundtable Exchange’ at the 17th biennial Australian and New Zealand Medieval and Early Modern Studies conference, Wellington, NZ, 2017.

Curriculum packages

The ‘Historians are Curious’ legacy curriculum package of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (1100-1800), developed by Wendy Norman, Education and Outreach Officer of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (1100-1800).

Curriculum-based classes for Media and Visual Arts within Western Australian schools, delivered throughout 2017 by Joanna Tyler, Education and Outreach Officer of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (1100-1800).

A series of public heritage blog posts

Accessible here.