<b>Ukraine</b>: The Emergency Recording and Public Crowdsourcing of Materials for Cultural Heritage Digitization in Developing Postindustrial Regions of the Historical Cities

  • Fedor Boytsov
  • Iana Boytsova

Author Biographies

Fedor Boytsov

Fedor Boytsov is a founder of PO Pixelated Realities (3d scanning of Cultural Heritage. He works in digital fabrication for restoration, educational XR apps, and promotion of cultural heritage preservation in digital form (since 2014). He is a VR Tech Advisor at the Institute of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy Kyiv (since 2015); Architect/XR Artist/Entrepreneur; and Architect\3d designer. His areas of expertise include: 3d modeling (low poly / high, digital sculpting (Zbrush for 3d printing) poly), 3d scanning (photogrammetry), and 3d printing (3DSYSTEMS Field Engineer diploma). He is involved also in event organisation (IDCEE 2014 tech zone), and is an experienced public speaker(aDDD, Pixelated Realities).

Iana Boytsova

Iana Boytsova (Iukhymenko) is the co-founder of PO Pixelated Realities. She launched and is a mentor in the school of organisers of cultural projects from PO Pixelated Realities (since 2018). She has experience working as head of communication, marketing research, project and marketing manager on freelance with her own team, marketing director of the Prorizni branding agency (2016–2017), SММ manager in the communication team of the Ministry of Economic development of Ukraine under minister Aivaras Abromavičius (2015). She is a specialist in virtual, augmented reality, 3D scanning, digitising of cultural heritage, e-commerce Web site creation, marketing strategy, team management in SEO, SMM and PPC, as well as business-niche research for technological and software startups, online competition, research of products, and sales channels.

Published
2018-06-19
How to Cite
Boytsov, F., & Boytsova, I. (2018). <b>Ukraine</b&gt;: The Emergency Recording and Public Crowdsourcing of Materials for Cultural Heritage Digitization in Developing Postindustrial Regions of the Historical Cities. Uncommon Culture, 7(1/2), 178-183. Retrieved from https://uncommonculture.org/ojs/index.php/UC/article/view/9251