Authoring Personal Interpretation in a 3D Virtual Heritage Site to Enhance Visitor Engagement

@article{Kim2018AuthoringPI,
  title={Authoring Personal Interpretation in a 3D Virtual Heritage Site to Enhance Visitor Engagement},
  author={Hayun Kim and Sunyoung Bang and Woontack Woo},
  journal={2018 3rd Digital Heritage International Congress (DigitalHERITAGE) held jointly with 2018 24th International Conference on Virtual Systems & Multimedia (VSMM 2018)},
  year={2018},
  pages={1-8}
}
Conventional approaches to a virtual heritage site that provide interpretations through curated content allow visitors only the lowest level of engagement, which is paying conscious, intentional attention to the content. In this paper, we propose a trajectory for visitor experience to a virtual heritage site that facilitates a higher level of engagement by letting visitors make their own interpretations. We developed a mobile virtual reality (VR) application that delivers this trajectory, which… CONTINUE READING

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