The project partners discussed the creation of a mobile application for smartphones and other electronic devices, which will plunge into the era of the ancient Baltic and Prussia, the Middle Ages, the border territory of the Kaliningrad region and Poland. Potential users of the application will be able to get acquainted with the objects of historical and cultural heritage, find out their history, life cycle, and also become one of the heroes of that time. The target audience of mobile development is guests and local residents of the border region. Also, during the conference, they discussed the timing of events in the conditions of the temporary impossibility of organizing joint events on the ground (festival of the history and culture of the ancient Baltic, expedition to places of memory of the First World War, archaeological excavations with the participation of experts from Russia and Poland).
Anna Belova, project manager from the IKBFU:
“Events that cannot be carried out remotely have been postponed to a later date. So, the archaeological excavations in the Kaliningrad region, organized by the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, were decided to be held in the second half of August - early September "The partners hope that by this time the epidemiological situation will improve, and it will be possible to carry out full-scale excavations with the participation of international experts, as well as other planned joint activities."
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