Cultural Heritage Visualization: Using Interactive Multimedia in Museum Environments

  • Beata Dawson Curtin University
  • Pauline Joseph Curtin University

Abstract

Storytelling in museum environments can be ‘materialized’ using print and visual media formats. The use of graphical visualization techniques improves the interpretation in a narrative context, hence helps to convey information and deliver a better understanding of a story. This research was prompted by the rising use of interactive visualization techniques for  ‘storytelling’ in museum environments.

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Published
2017-06-29
How to Cite
DAWSON, Beata; JOSEPH, Pauline. Cultural Heritage Visualization: Using Interactive Multimedia in Museum Environments. International SERIES on Information Systems and Management in Creative eMedia (CreMedia), [S.l.], n. 2016/2, p. 1-10, june 2017. ISSN 2341-5576. Available at: <http://www.ambientmediaassociation.org/Journal/index.php/series/article/view/243>. Date accessed: 12 dec. 2017.

Keywords

Visualization, multimedia, interactive, storytelling, digital humanities, virtual museum, museum environment
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