Our web application was developed especially for documenting Industrial Heritage. Two things were very important: First, users with different levels of experience should be able to start working immediately. Secondly, everything should be intuitive to use. The app was programmed with the open source software Drupal, which is used worldwide. Three-dimensional virtual tours are currently … Read more
Big Stuff 2022 was hosted in Seixal in Portugal (across the Tagus River from Lisbon). The conference focused on the Seixal Ecomuseum (Ecomuseu Municipal do Seixal) and the amazing Vale de Milhaços Gunpowder Factory with its operating steam equipment, water cooling fountain and beautiful forest setting. The organising committee were keen to hold an on-site … Read more
We are researching whether we can use new generation femtoseond lasers to clean the granite pylons of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. This is part of a larger project which is also researching cleaning the steel of the Bridge with lasers. Eventually we hope we might be able to mount a laser on a robot and … Read more
Welcome to Big Stuff Heritage! Please register to join in the discussion in the members forum or to submit a project update for all to see in the members project section. We look forward to you joining us!
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This members forum provides an opportunity to discuss all things related to the preservation and display of large technology and industrial heritage.
This section provides an opportunities for members to provide updates about their ongoing projects for all to see. A members forum provides a space for ongoing discussions about all matters related to Big Stuff. It is free to join. Register now! Updates on projects from around the world. Have a project you wish to share? … Read more