|INSCAPE is a unique integrating collaborative tool supporting a wide range of devices and media formats to enable digital content creators to plan, build, experience and publish interactive multimedia stories|
Project - Consortium Events
November 9-10, 2006 / Bordeaux, France - EC 2nd Review Meeting (all partners)
The Review by the EC is aimed to validate the Beta specifications and the 3rd DIP.
September 12-13, 2006 / Rome, Italy - Technical Workshop
This Technical meeting was focused on the Beta specifications.
July 27-28, 2006 / Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium - Technical meeting (AFC, DV, ZGDV, CS)
This technical meeting was focused on the Narration Controller and the architecture of the Beta release.
July 17-18, 2006 / Lausanne, Switzerland - End-Users meeting (AFC, DV, ENSICA, ICNM, NU, UNEW, ZV)
ZV organised the Alpha version validation debriefing meeting.
July 7-9, 2006 / Salzburg, Austria - Open Community workshop
ICNM organised validation sessions with the Open Community.
July 6, 2006 / Luxembourg, Luxembourg - High Level Steering Group Workshop
CS organised a validation session with HLSG members. The Alpha version was presented to Mr Cencioni from the EC.
July 3-7, 2006 / Partners' Premises - Validation by the End-Users (AFC, DV, ENSICA, NU, UNEW, ZV)
After having set up the Alpha version and performed the validation, each supervisor organises and supervises the training sessions for end-users in his company.
June 14, 2006 / Toulouse, France - Technical meeting (CS, KTH, UNEW)
Technical meeting about the StoryScape and the visual representation of a story.
May 22-24, 2006 / Toulouse, France - Training of Supervisors
The supervisors were trained on the Alpha version.
May 16, 2006 / Bordeaux, France - EC-Follow-up Meeting
The main objective of this meeting was to present the Alpha version of INSCAPE to the EC (Demonstration with devices).
January 19, 2006 / Bordeaux, France - INSCAPE Technical meeting (DFKI and I)
The goal of the whole day was to precisely define all the use cases related to the alpha scenarios and the software relationships between the two partners. At the end of the day, precise data structures and their relationships with the scenarios were chosen.
January 11, 2006 / Toulouse, France - INSCAPE Technical meeting (CS and I)
The main topics were both an up-to-date description of the system software design and a discussion on the programming decisions which have to be made quickly.
January 9, 2006 / Darmstadt, Germany - INSCAPE Technical meeting (DV and ZGDV)
The main objective of this meeting was to discuss technical issues around the Framework, the narration controller, the 2D Player and the Asset Manager.
January 4, 2006 / Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium - INSCAPE End user workshop
A meeting of all end-users along with representatives of the technical and research groups was held in Alterface premises in Louvain-la-Neuve in order to pave the prepare the validation and to decide for the next steps to be conducted.
November 28, 2005 / Toulouse, France - INSCAPE technical meeting (DV and CS)
The main objective of this meeting was to discuss technical issues around the 2D Player and the DB Interface.
October 27-28, 2005 / Toulouse, France - INSCAPE review meeting
This was the first review of the INSCAPE progress by the European Commission.
September 16, 2005 / Luxembourg, Luxembourg - INSCAPE pre-review follow-up meeting
Presentation of INSCAPE corrective actions and "outline of implementation plan".
August 31, 2005 / Toulouse, France - INSCAPE Management & technical meeting (CS and ZGDV)
The main objectives of this meeting were to finalise the interfaces between the different partners to ensure an optimal interoperability between all the software modules.
July 29, 2005 / Luxembourg, Belgium - INSCAPE Pre-review meeting
The main objectives of this meeting were to present, review and analyse the overall progress of the Inscape project.
May 11-12, 2005 / Rome, Italy - INSCAPE Progress meeting
The main objectives of this meeting were to:
- Synthesis on Milestone 1 (end-user group, research group and technical group).
- Define the scenario for the Alpha release.
- Validate the functional perimeter of the Alpha release in order to start the specification phase.
- Define the principal research axis for the research group for the Beta release.
May 4, 2005 / Sophia Antipolis, France - INSCAPE Technical meeting (RV and CS)
Interoperability workshop between REALVIZ and CS components
May 3, 2005 / Rome, Italy - INSCAPE Technical meeting (DV-DFKI)
The main objectives of this meeting were to discuss about the activities to be organized and defined for the realization of the alpha version of Inscape prototype. The topics dealt especially with ontology and databases, and the way this two functionalities will be implemented in the project."
May 4, 2005 / Sophia Antipolis, France - INSCAPE Technical meeting (CS and Realviz)
The main objectives of this meeting were to:
- Set up a functional workflow that would allow to capture motions on real actors using RealViz MatchMover and play back those motions on CS V-Man characters.
- See if the output files of RealViz tools (mainly Image Modeler, Stitcher and VTour) can be loaded with CS libraries (Vertigo3 and VMan) used for the project.
March 29, 2005 / Darmstadt, Germany - INSCAPE Technical meeting
The main objectives of this session was to propose the possible content of the alpha version from technical point of view and to define more precisely the general architecture and software interfaces between different modules and technical partners.
February 10, 2005 / Salzburg, Austria (ICNM)
The goal of this meeting was devoted to:
- clarify the perimeter of the framework and the interfaces between the existing modules.
- define responsabilities of each technical partner.
February 9-11, 2005 / Salzburg, Austria - INSCAPE Progress meeting
The main objectives of this session was to:
- Final revisions of t.o.c for D3.1.1.
- Decisions on the Introduction.
- Quick evaluation on our work process.
- Discussions on content for D3.2.1.
November 22, 2004 / Clamart, France - Technical group meeting. (DFKI, zVisuel, ZGDV, CS, RealViz, Immersion, Digital Video)
The aim of the first Technical meeting was to:
- Precise the actual functionalities of partners' tools and how these tools will be integrate in the alpha version of Inscape.
- Define which are the needs of technical partners to develop the alpha version of Inscape application.
November 5, 2004 / Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium - Bilateral EUG meeting (AFC-ZV)
Meeting with gesture based specialists to understand the scope of the 3d contents attached to this particular interactive content. Coordination meeting between two INSCAPE End-Users to identify overlap and possible direct cooperation.
October 27, 2004 / Darmstadt, Germany (ZGDV)
The goals of the meeting were to:
- Define activities (with time limits) for each partner that will lead us to a position that will make it possible to deliver D3.1.1 in March 2005.
- Develop a common understanding of what remains to be done for D3.2.1 (due in September 2005).
- Develop a set of procedures for the communication between partners in the Foundational Research Group.
- Develop the procedures for an internal document review process.
- Determine a feasible time plan for the next few months.
October 21-22, 2004 / Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium - Foundational Research group meeting (CS, NU, DV, ZV, ENSICA/DMI, Immersion SAS, ICNM, AFC)
The first End-User workshop was devoted to present and discuss the pre-requirements forms which every End-User partner had consistently filled in before the meeting. Highlights and a more precise requirements form template have been discussed. Three basic scenarios have been defined to demonstrate the INSCAPE alpha version scheduled for April 2006.
Workshop #2 has been scheduled for Feb. 9-11 in Salzburg to finalize the requirements for the alpha version.
September 13-14, 2004 / Toulouse, France - Kick-off Meeting
Project official start
(!) Archived website version
INSCAPE was presented successfully at Laval Virtual 2008, in France, from April 9 to 13, where it won an Award in the Science and Education category.