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Thursday, October 1 • 17:00 - 19:00
T2 WP3 - Interactive and Immersive Experiences

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270 - Copper Giloth and Jonathan Tanant
User Experiences in Three Approaches to a Visit to a 3D Labyrinthe of Versaille

323 - Willem Vletter
Using a Gaming Engine for Historical Road and Path Research

359 - João Gouveia, Fernando Branco, Armanda Rodrigues and Nuno Correia
Travelling Through Space and Time in Lisbon's Religious Buildings

244 - Park Jinho, Muhammad Tufail and Kim Jisoo
A Virtual Reality Platform for 3D Representation of Seokguram Grotto World Heritage Site

387 - Giasemi Vavoula, Maria-Anna Tseliou, Sally Coleman, Rheinallt Ffoster-Jones, Paul Long and Esther Simpson
Leicester Castle Tells its Story: Beacon-based Mobile Interpretation for Historic Buildings

391 - John Tredinnick and Paul Richens
A Fulldome Interactive Visitor Experience: A Novel Approach to Delivering Interactive Virtual Heritage Experiences to Group Audiences in Full Dome Projection Spaces, Evaluated Through Spatial Awareness and Emotional Response.

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Matteo Dellepiane

Researcher, Visual Computing Laboratory - ISTI - CNR - Italy

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Nuno Correia

Professor, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa
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Copper Frances Giloth

Professor, Art Department, University of Massachusetts
Copper Giloth’s projects take the form of digital environments, digital prints, books, animations, videos, websites and installations. Her work has been exhibited in the U.S., Japan, Canada, and across Europe. Much of her earliest work was among the pioneering efforts in the then... Read More →

Park Jinho

Korea Culture Technology Institute
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John Tredinnick

Research Engineer, University of Bath
John is a doctoral research engineer at the Centre for Digital Entertainment in Bath and has been working in collaboration with the National Trust for the past four years. Over this time, he has contributed to their visitor interpretation activities through the research and development... Read More →
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Willem Vletter

Vienna Institute for Archaeological Science
The main aim of the dissertation is to develop a methodology for the reconstruction of road and path networks based on ALS data. Basic research will be tested in two different case-study areas (Leitha hills in Austria and the Veluwe in the Netherlands) with different landscape settings... Read More →

Thursday October 1, 2015 17:00 - 19:00 CEST
Parque de las Ciencias - Sala Gutenberg Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

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