A Multi-perspective Approach for Designing Interactive Experiences to Reveal Cultural Heritage

Fiona Jongejans, J.W.M. van Kollenburg, J.M.L. Kint

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Abstract

This paper describes the design approach of a twoweekworkshop on cultural heritage, resulting in an interactivelighting installation to reveal cultural insights on groupdynamics. The paper illustrates the use of designed interactiveexperiences to unravel cultural subtleties and the use of newtechnologies to support the design and observation of theseexperiences, developed by one of the three project teamsparticipating in this workshop. This design approach supportsour conclusion that the diversity of perspectives in the creation ofdepth is an essential issue when revealing cultural heritage.Keywords-cultural research; interdisciplinary; multi-cultural
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCreative design for interdisciplinary project in cultural heritage (CDCH), 4 Oktober 2012, Innsbruck, Austria
Publication statusPublished - 2012
Eventconference; Creative Design for Interdisciplinary Project in Cultural Heritage; 2012-10-04; 2012-10-04 -
Duration: 4 Oct 20124 Oct 2012

Conference

Conferenceconference; Creative Design for Interdisciplinary Project in Cultural Heritage; 2012-10-04; 2012-10-04
Period4/10/124/10/12
OtherCreative Design for Interdisciplinary Project in Cultural Heritage

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