Dirk Callebaut

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Virtual Reality and multimedia technologies are central components of the heritage presentation programme at Ename, Belgium. These techniques are designed to help the visitor understand and experience the past as it has been revealed through archaeological and historical research. This paper briefly traces the development of multimedia and Virtual Reality(More)
Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE) is a persistent viral infection of the central nervous system due to a defective measles virus. Beginning with progressive cognitive malfunctioning, myoclonus and other less specific neurologic signs and symptoms, it usually evolves to a vegetative, decorticated state and death. Disease course and characteristics(More)
This paper discusses the rationale for—and describes the methodology of—a new system of interactive storytelling being developed by the Ename Centre for Public Archaeology Heritage Presentation in Belgium. Based on 5 years’ experience with multimedia heritage presentation systems, both on-site and in museum contexts, this approach to the presentation of(More)
The early expression of the cholinergic phenotype in sympathetic neurons was already studied in superior cervical ganglion cells derived from rat, quail and chicken embryo. In the present work, we set up a neuron culture derived from the superior cervical ganglia of fetal pigs. The yield is 1000 times of that of a neonatal rat [17], 100 times of a 10- to(More)
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