- Paleolithic Arts in N.Spain
The digital archive project
- Caves Arts in Asturias
- Caves Arts in Cantabria
- Caves Arts in Basco
- Intro. to Mobil Arts
- Mobil Arts in Asturias
- Mobil Arts in Cantabria
- Mobil Arts in Basco
- Paleolithic Route in Syria
- Afrin and Dederiyeh Cave
- Mayan Temples
- Mongolian Nomadic World
- Altai Gobi
- South Gobi
- Mandara Gobi
- Ancient Roman Ruins
- Jomon Pottery by QTVR
- Stereoscopic QTVR
Invitation to the Muse Digital Archiving Frontiers
The Muse is a web-site originally prepared for introducing the achievements of the digital archiving activities of Texnai, Inc., but we are now inviting peoples who are interested in the same kinds of digital archives to join our web-site.
The main activities of Muse are;
1) Web Publication: Introducing digital archiving project of the members at this web-site.
2) Licensing: Managing the copyrights of the registered contents and licensing them to professional users.
3jLaunching New Projects: Launching original projects by Muse or with a certain financial support.
4jInformation Exchange: Exchange informations on digital archives in the world.
The peoples we like to invite are;
1) Photographers and writers who are ready to join Muse as a content creator under the certain agreement with Muse.
2) Indivisuals or organizations who like to do some economical support for maintaining this web-site.
3jIndivisuals or organizations who like to do some economical support for specific digital archiving activities of Muse.
For more details, contact Muse Management Office
Muse Digital Archiving Frontiers, Manager: Ms. Norie Hiraide
Muse Digital Arciving Frontiers
c/o Texnai, Inc./ 2-1, Udagawa-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan. Tel:03-3464-6927 Fax:03-3476-2372