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Mixed Reality and Gamification for Cultural Heritage - 
      Marinos Ioannides
    
      Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann
    
      George Papagiannakis

Mixed Reality and Gamification for Cultural Heritage

Marinos Ioannides (Redaktør) ; Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann (Redaktør) ; George Papagiannakis (Redaktør)

This volume on virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) and gamification for cultural heritage offers an insightful introduction to the theories, development, recent applications and trends of the enabling technologies for mixed reality and gamified interaction in cultural heritage and creative industries in general. Les mer
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This volume on virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) and gamification for cultural heritage offers an insightful introduction to the theories, development, recent applications and trends of the enabling technologies for mixed reality and gamified interaction in cultural heritage and creative industries in general. It has two main goals: serving as an introductory textbook to train beginning and experienced researchers in the field of interactive digital cultural heritage, and offering a novel platform for researchers in and across the culturally-related disciplines.

To this end, it is divided into two sections following a pedagogical model developed by the focus group of the first EU Marie S. Curie Fellowship Initial Training Network on Digital Cultural Heritage (ITN-DCH): Section I describes recent advances in mixed reality enabling technologies, while section II presents the latest findings on interaction with 3D tangible and intangible digital cultural heritage. The sections include selected contributions from some of the most respected scholars, researchers and professionals in the fields of VR/AR, gamification, and digital heritage.

This book is intended for all heritage professionals, researchers, lecturers and students who wish to explore the latest mixed reality and gamification technologies in the context of cultural heritage and creative industries. It pursues a pedagogic approach based on trainings, conferences, workshops and summer schools that the ITN-DCH fellows have been following in order to learn how to design next-generation virtual heritage applications, systems and services.
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Forlag: Springer International Publishing AG
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 594
ISBN: 9783319841984
Format: 24 x 16 cm
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Digital Heritage & Virtual Archaeology: an approach through the framework of international recommendations.- Data Acquisition for the Geometric Documentation of Cultural Heritage.- Autonomous Mapping of the Priscilla Catacombs.- Acceleration of 3D mass digitization processes: recent advances and challenges.- Intangible Cultural Heritage and New Technologies: Challenges and Opportunities for Cultural Preservation and Development.- 3D Digital Libraries in Cultural Heritage and their contribution in the documentation of the past.- Enriching and Publishing Cultural Heritage as Linked Open Data.- Digital memory and integrated data capturing: innovations for an inclusive Cultural Heritage in Europe through 3D semantic modelling.- 5D Model of the Holy Aedicule of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre through an innovative and interdisciplinary approach.- Historic BIM for mobile VR/AR applications.- Data collection for estimation of resilience of cultural heritage assets.- Virtual Reconstruction of Historical Architecture as Media for Knowledge.- Gamified AR/VR character rendering and animation enabling technologies.- Experiencing the multisensory past.- Multimodal Serious Games Technologies for Cultural Heritage.- Modelling life through time: cultural heritage case studies.- Preservation and gamification of traditional sports.- Deployment of robotic guides in museum contexts.- Digital cultural heritage experience in Ambient Intelligence.- Storytelling and Digital Epigraphy-based narratives in Linked Open Data.- Additive Manufacturing (AM) based evaluation, reconstruction and improvement of cultural heritage artifacts and human structures.- The Willing Suspension of Disbelief: The Tangible and the Intangible of Heritage Education in E-learning and Virtual Museums.- 4D Modeling of Static and Moving Objects: Digitizing Tangible and Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Marinos Ioannides is the Founder and Director of the Digital Heritage Research Lab, which is dedicated to cultural informatics research and education at the Cyprus University of Technology. His research interests are 3D real time volume reconstructions from chaotic point clouds, as well as the holistic documentation of the past. He is the coordinator of the Marie-Curie Fellowship Initial Training Network on Digital Heritage and the H2020 Virtual Museums projects. He is the recipient of the 2010 Tartessos Award on Virtual Archeology and a member of the EU member states expert group on digitization and digital preservation.

Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann is the Founder and Director of the MIRALab, an interdisciplinary lab in human computer animation at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. She is also Director of the Institute for Media Innovation in NTU, Singapore. Her research domains are social robots, mixed realities and medical simulation. In Singapore, she has developed the robot Nadine that is able to speak, recognize people and gestures, express mood and emotions, and remember actions. All over her career, she has received several artistic and scientific awards, among them the 2012 Humboldt Research Award. She is Editor-in-Chief of the journal "The Visual Computer" (Springer-Verlag) and a member of the Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences.

George Papagiannakis is a computer scientist specialized in computer graphics and virtual-augmented reality. Since 2011 he is assistant professor at the computer science department of the University of Crete, Greece, and research fellow at the Computer Vision and Robotics Laboratory in the Institute of Computer Science of the Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas, Heraklion, Greece. His research interests are confined in the areas of real-time computer graphics, mixed reality presence, virtual heritage, gamification and geometric algebra. In 2011 he has been awarded with a Marie-Curie Intra-European Fellowship for Career Development from the European Commission's Research Executive Agency.