International Sikh Research Conference
I had the honour of delivering a talk on my research on the ‘Important Role Technology can play in Aiding the Preservation of Sikh Heritage Artefacts’. by giving examples of 3d printing, augmented reality and other technologies as well as covering the development of the World first online Sikh Museum.
I gave in depth information about how the latest developments in immersive technologies meant that we were no longer bound by traditional constraints and that we museums need to start thinking outside the box to appeal to the new digitally native population.
The fifth International Sikh Research Conference (ISRC) took place at the University of Warwick on Sunday 10th June 2018 which drew an increasing number of attendees from across the UK. The conference was developed in 2013 by Harjinder Singh Lallie and Gurinder Singh Mann and Dr Opinderjit Kaur Takhar and has seen the conference grow from strength to strength. A number of researchers from around the world shared their unique contributions to the study of Sikhism through a wide range of papers. With contributions from scholars from the USA, Canada, Portugal, Denmark as well as a number of scholars from the UK.