Techniques of Preserving the Rich Cultural Heritage Managed by Digitization

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Divya Kapil


The protection of historical sites is increasingly crucial to our way of life. This inheritance helps us understand our forefathers and their production and living practises. The fast progress of 3D technology has made it possible to more accurately portray this aspect of existence. By using cutting-edge technology, our priceless intangible and material cultural legacy may be protected for future generations. These tools allow for the recording, retrieval, and display of cultural artefacts. It's not only man-made structures that are considered. Skills like acting, craftsmanship, and storytelling that have been handed down through the ages are examples of our intangible cultural heritage (ICH). This kind of culture is often lost as a result of the quick progress of civilisation and the widespread movement of people. For this reason, protecting ICH is crucial in the modern world. It is important to record and safeguard cultural heritage materials so that they may be used by future generations and enjoyed by a wide audience. In order to comprehend how criteria for digitization, availability, and preservation are implemented in the digital process, this study surveys and discusses relevant academic literature. Additionally, it investigates the potential for establishing national standards for the long-term digital preservation as well as retrieval of cultural assets.

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