The goal of this project is the conservation of the cultural heritage of historic objects that are situated on the SK-PL borders. We plan to create multimedial presentations of the cultural heritage and an exchange of know-how in the area of digitalization of the rememberance objects. Our aim is to map and digitalize the most rememberance objects possible and to make them accessible in a modern form. We plan to use modern technologies – large-capacity scanner etc. According to the requests of the keepers of the buildings, the buildings, interiers, in some cases also gardens, will be scanned. On each side of the borders we have chosen 10 objects that represent more than 40 buildings. The requests and possibilities of scanning will be specified in the preparation of the project. The proposal of the chosen objects is in the annex of the project. First we suggest an inovative process with a special scanning technique and regarding the requests of the bulding keepers, historians and other authorities. The university of Žilina will work on the design of the manual. There will be a course of professional staff. The preparation of the scanned object involves exemination of the object, possibilities of the settings and placing of the scanners etc. The number of hours of scanning depends on the measure of the submission. There will be several products of the digital material: virtual visitations, 3D book, 3D and 2D materials for technical documentation etc. At the end, there will be a professional conference. The historic objects involved in the project are: PL: Zámok Kniežat Sułkowskich v Bielsku - Białej, Stara Fabryka w Bielsku-Białej, Fałatówka w Bystrej Śląskiej Zámok Cieszyn, Rotunda, Bašta, staráčasť, Zámok w Pszczynie, Kniežacie Stajne, Skanzem w Ślemieniu SK: Budatínsky hrad – chapel, Zámok Strečno – the south gate, the castle tower, south and north palace, the chapel, the interior, the wedding palace in Bytča, the houses in Čičmany.
Europskie Ugrupowanie Wspolpracy Terytorialnej TRITIA z organiszona odpowiedzilnoscia