Empirical Evaluations of Interactive Systems in Cultural Heritage: A Review

@inproceedings{Koutsabasis2017EmpiricalEO,
  title={Empirical Evaluations of Interactive Systems in Cultural Heritage: A Review},
  author={Panayiotis Koutsabasis},
  year={2017}
}
An increasing number of interactive systems aim to enhance the user experience (UX) of visitors at museums, archaeological places and cultural sites. This paper presents a review of empirical evaluations of interactive systems in cultural heritage (CH) based on a systematically selected sample of 53 publications from 2012-2016. Empirical evaluations examine the degree an interactive system satisfies user goals and expectations and are inherently complex activities that require careful planning… CONTINUE READING

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