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See detailArt in Rich-Prospect: Evaluating Next-Generation User Interfaces for Cultural Heritage
Morse, Christopher UL; Koenig, Vincent UL; Lallemand, Carine UL et al

in Morse, Christopher; Koenig, Vincent; Lallemand, Carine (Eds.) et al MW2019: Museums and the Web, Boston 2-6 April 2019 (2019, March)

The present study reports on the user experience (UX) of rich-prospect browsing, an emerging interface design trend for digital cultural heritage. Building on research that suggests online museum ... [more ▼]

The present study reports on the user experience (UX) of rich-prospect browsing, an emerging interface design trend for digital cultural heritage. Building on research that suggests online museum collections are used only infrequently by the general public, this study investigates the role of next-generation user interfaces in the design of optimal browsing experiences. Moreover, it describes the results of user testing for three different arts and culture collections that make use of rich-prospect. The study recruited 30 participants of varying ages, nationalities, and museum visiting habits to discuss their museum experiences and test three different applications: Coins, Curator Table, and Museum of the World. The results of the study provide insights into the user experience of a new browsing medium and reveal the information-seeking habits and patterns that occurred within these information environments. Moreover, the study isolated the core features of rich-prospect in order to define opportunities and pain points during the browsing experience and indicated which features in particular are most important to people during the browsing experience. Finally, we suggest some best practices going forward in the design of rich-prospect. [less ▲]

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See detailReconstructing the Historic Landscape of Larochette, Luxembourg
de Kramer, Marleen UL; Mersch, Sam UL; Morse, Christopher UL

in Digital Heritage. Progress in Cultural Heritage: Documentation, Preservation, and Protection (2018)

Cultural Heritage education relies on a solid foundation of scientifically validated knowledge. This case study shows how different disciplines come together to source, combine, and interpret data for a ... [more ▼]

Cultural Heritage education relies on a solid foundation of scientifically validated knowledge. This case study shows how different disciplines come together to source, combine, and interpret data for a landscape reconstruction of Larochette, Luxembourg. It is the initial stage of a larger interdisciplinary project to create an educational game that highlights the tangible and intangible heritage that can be traced in the town's structures even today. [less ▲]

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See detailThe New Interactive: Reimagining Visual Collections as Immersive Environments
Emanuel, Jeffrey; Morse, Christopher UL; Hollis, Luke

in Visual Resources Association Bulletin (2016), 43(2),

Emerging technologies and shared standards have opened up new avenues for the curation and presentation of data in archives and published research. Among their many benefits, these developments have made ... [more ▼]

Emerging technologies and shared standards have opened up new avenues for the curation and presentation of data in archives and published research. Among their many benefits, these developments have made collections across archives more accessible, and have vastly improved the visual experience for users. This paper focuses on the next step in applying technical development and standards to digital collections: improving discoverability and providing a visual product that is simultaneously informative and experiential. The cases presented here focus on new approaches in these areas, with an emphasis on the utilization of visual search and discovery across a research archive and the integration of data and image into an augmented reality (AR) experience, with discussion of how these approaches can improve the usability of visual material while broadening the user's experience from the purely visual into the realm of the immersive. [less ▲]

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