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An augmented reality presentation system for remote cultural heritage sites

: Zöllner, Michael; Keil, Jens; Wuest, Harald; Pletinckx, Daniël

Debattista, K. ; University of Malta, Msida:
VAST 2009, 10th International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage. VAST-STAR, Short and Project Papers Proceedings : 7th Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage, St.Julians, Malta on the 22-25th September 2009
Msida: Univ. of Malta, 2009
International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage (VAST) <10, 2009, St. Julians/Malta>
Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage <7, 2009, St.Julians/Malta>
Fraunhofer IGD ()
interaction technique; cultural heritage; museum installation

Museums often lack the possibilitiy to present archaeological or cultural heritage sites in a realistic and interesting way. Thus are proposing a new way to show augmented reality applications of cultural heritage sites at remote places like museums. In the exhibition space large wall-filling photographs of the real site are superimposed with interactive contextual annotations like 3D reconstructions, images and movies. Therefore we are using two different hardware setups for visualization: Standard UMPCs and a custom made revolving display.
The setup has been installed and tested at SIGGRAPH 2008, Allard Pierson Museum in Amsterdam and CeBIT 2009. Museum visitors could experience Forum Romanum and Saticum in an informative and intuitive way by pointing the video see through devices on different areas of the photographs. The result is a more realistic and entertaining way for presenting cultural heritage sites in museums. Furthermore our solution is less expensive than comparable installations regarding content and hardware.