Coughlan, Tim; Brown, Michael; Houghton, Robert and Lawson, Glyn
Exploring new connections between the physical and digital for future heritage interpretations.
In: CHI 2012 Workshop: Heritage Matters, 5-10 May 2012, Austin, Texas.
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New forms of connections between information and the physical world create opportunities for novel activities around heritage. This paper analyses a technological progression from linking data and content to locations, towards data captured by and linked to everyday objects. The former is exemplified by a study which explored community-based inquiry activities at a historical cemetery site. To explore the latter, we are developing a series of scenarios and visualisations to analyse peoples’ interpretations of contextual footprints – current and historical data gathered through the Internet of Things.
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