ARCHIE : Disclosing a Museum by a Socially-aware Mobile Guide

@inproceedings{Luyten2006ARCHIED,
  title={ARCHIE : Disclosing a Museum by a Socially-aware Mobile Guide},
  author={Kris Luyten and Heleen Van Loon and Dani{\"e}l Teunkens and Kris Gabri{\"e}ls and Karin Coninx and Elke Manshoven},
  year={2006}
}
We present ARCHIE, a research project which aims to discover how handheld guides can be used as powerful instruments to enhance the visitor’s learning experience. Although mobile devices are becoming a common aid to support a museum visit, they often lead to an individualized experience. However, most people do not visit a museum alone, and recent research has pointed out that social interaction is a prerequisite for an intensified and improved learning process. To accommodate the shortcomings… CONTINUE READING

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