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D2.1 – PDF File – 494 KB

Tuija Heikura – AALTO

DRAFT D2.1 – FSTP Text and Application Procedure

This document will describe the set up the Financial Support for Third Parties (FSTP) calls I and II. It presents the information given about the calls and procedures (preparation activities of the call, application form, general requirements, criteria and expectations for the funded FSTP projects. The information about the publication of the calls and funding timeline of the FSTP calls are also listed.

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D2.2 – PDF File – 1.2 MB

Tuija Heikura – AALTO

DRAFT D2.2– FSTP call website

This document describes the FSTP call setup and call website. It will clarify the preparation of the FSTP call website, its thematic areas, general requirements for FSTP projects and instructions of how to write an application. The privacy of the applicants is a sensitive issue and is discussed briefly as well. Our conclusions highlight the massive workload required when starting a project that has new tools such as FSTPs to deliver.

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D2.3 – PDF File – 647 KB

Tuija Heikura – AALTO

DRAFT D2.3 – Launch of FSTP Call 1

This document contains the actions relating to the opening of the FSTP call 1.

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D3.10 – PDF File – 774 KB

Andreas Dahn – FABW

DRAFT D3.10 – Report on HMDs and content creation engines for LBE

This document, “Report on HMDs and content creation engines for LBE” (D3.10) provides an overview of available HMDs, content creation engines and tracking solutions and their potential in use for LBEs. It will also highlight special characteristics of the respective systems and give advice which technologies have the greatest potential for the implementation in the context of the project.

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D4.1 – PDF File – 278 KB

Juhani Tenhunen – AALTO

DRAFT D4.1 EMIL’s Services Guidelines for FSTP Projects

This document, “EMIL’s Services Guidelines for FSTP Projects” (D4.1), provides detailed information for FSTP participants to understand the availability of the resources at each node and ensure their engagement in the EMIL network. The budget assigned to each FSTP will be sufficiently high to undertake the main load of work. EMIL is a centre for promoting and supporting innovative XR projects. Applicants should define their projects as self-contained and EMIL will provide the expertise and access to resources (such as personnel, spaces, and technologies) in a reasonable but limited fashion to not become overloaded. This Guidelines document provides list of resources and use limits

that can be expected by an FSTP project for access to facilities, equipment, software and services.

D4.2 – PDF File – 445 KB

Juhani Tenhunen – AALTO

D4.2 EMIL’s Guide to Evaluation of FSTP Projects

This document describes the protocol and criteria with which the Financial Support for Third Parties (FSTP)proposals from EMIL calls will be evaluated during the selection process to be funded. These criteria will also be applied throughout their development process once they have been funded.

D5.1 – PDF File – 701 KB

Juhani Tenhunen – AALTO

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DRAFT D5.1 Dissemination and Use Plan

This document will define the dissemination and communication activities EMIL – European Media and Immersion Lab will execute. It will include following: Audience, who are we are trying to reach? What groups or organizations we can use to help reach this audience, Message, the purpose for the dissemination and the dissemination Approach the best meet our needs, roughly Timing of the dissemination and Responsible party: Who will lead the dissemination efforts?

D5.2 – PDF File – 1.6 MB

Alexander Kreische – FABW

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DRAFT D5.2 Create website, social media channels, promotion video for EMIL and open calls

This document accompanies the second Deliverable of WP5T1 Dissemination and communication strategy. WP5T1 consists of the strategy for scientific publications in international journals and conferences, project showcases, thematic workshops and events, European network meetings, a joint project website, various other communication channels such as social media, press releases and newsletters, a project media package as well as promotional material and recordings of events and webinars. The document introduces the structure of EMIL website, social media channels of EMIL and the logo of the project and its use.

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