On the first day, after the institutional welcome, a general presentation of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie region took place. Two good practices were then presented: the promotional campaign “We Build Kujawsko-Pomorskie in Minecraft", whose main objective was to create a virtual world of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship placed in the Minecraft game. Another presentation was made of the game and mobile application - the Tourist Passport, which encourages the inhabitants of the voivodeship and tourists to travel around its sub-regions. The main idea of the campaign is to promote little-known places. Moreover, the values of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship and the way of shaping policy in the region were presented.
On 22 April, three presentations were held. The first of these concerned the Nicolaus Copernicus House (part of the District Museum in Toruń). During the presentation, the modernisation of the building was shown, as well as how to combine traditional exhibition elements with modern technologies and virtual and augmented reality. At the end of the meeting participants were taken on a virtual walk through the museum Another point on the agenda was the presentation of the project and its results, implemented in previous years by the Kujawsko-Pomorskie Region called Creative Loci Jacobi. Its main objective was to promote and increase the visibility of the St James Route. The tools used in the project such as: geolocation maps, 3D digitalization of cultural heritage sites, multilingual audio guides, tourist advisor application or 360º films to develop virtual tours were also presented. The last example of good practice was the presentation of the Culture in Range 2.0 project, implemented by the Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship. The aim of the project is to provide its users (inhabitants of the region and tourists) with tools for active participation in cultural events and to digitize the resources of cultural institutions for future generations. During the presentation were shown the tools that were used in the project from the technical side and the technology used.
Finally, the technical meeting was held. During the technical meeting the Digitourism partners identify the most relevant practices of this Study Visit, and in particular: the virtual walk around the Nicolaus Copernicus House, Saint James Way virtual tours and Culture in range 2.0