About Heritage Technology Ltd

Heritage Technology was formed to supply high-quality digital interpretation solutions to the heritage sector. With experience in both commercial and academic spheres, we offer tailored support to archaeological organisations, museums, visitor attractions, heritage trusts and academic institutions.

Our services range from photo-realistic 3D visualisation to creative web design, and we are at the forefront of innovative and engaging multimedia presentation via digital interactives for both on-site and web/phone-based delivery.

Please explore our website for more information on our services and projects.

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News & updates

20th Century Society casework database
24th June 2013

Building on our work with the Council for British Archaeology, Heritage Technology is supplying the 20th Century Society with an online management tool to support their planing advocacy role.

Richard III web resource
10th June 2013

Heritage Technology is working with the Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past to create an online resource examining Richard III and the city of York.

Antiquity Journal live!
24th May 2013

The new Antiquity Journal website is now live, presenting a new look and layout for the journal's new editorship under Chris Scarre at the University of Durham.

Festival of Archaeology 2013
24th April 2013

Heritage Technology is working in partnership with the Council for British Archaeology to produce a new website for the 2013 Festival of Archaeology, commencing in July.

Recent projects

The partnership between leading archaeological journal Antiquity and Heritage Technology is set to continue into 2013 under the journal's new editorship.

Heritage Technology supplies 3D visualisation for an ongoing project at Holy Trinity Micklegate, York, that explores the medieval priory that once dominated the area.

University of York student-run archaeology journal The Post Hole has developed a new website in partnership with Heritage Technology.

A series of computer generated fly-throughs and an interactive touchscreen installation helps visitors explore the 17th century heritage of Harewood House.

Heritage Technology is developing an online database to help the Council for British Archaeology monitor their planning application responses.

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