SPACE FEELING AND ALTERITY Designing Interactive Media for Engaging Cultural Heritage Applications

@inproceedings{SPACEFA,
  title={SPACE FEELING AND ALTERITY Designing Interactive Media for Engaging Cultural Heritage Applications},
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    For several years I have argued that despite the technical relationship of Virtual Reality (VR) technology to the digital reconstruction or recreation of heritage environments, the latter has major conceptual issues that may not be immediately apparent to VR practitioners. Issues that may be conflated include the possible confusing of cultural presence with social presence, ignorance of the dual nature of hermeneutic richness, attempts to recreate a consistency of textured geometric form rather… CONTINUE READING