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Multi-channel coverage for a dangerous Australian animals museum exhibit
conference contributionposted on 2023-05-23, 08:36 authored by Wasinger, R, Wardrop, M, Collins, A, Fry, M, Kay, J, Kummerfeld, B
Dangerous animals fascinate people; and Australia has more than its fair share of them. This paper outlines our work in the design of two di erent museum applications that are able to reuse a single-source of content to cater for the speci c needs of their target audience. The underlying goal of this work is to show how museum content can be made more accessible, more interactive, and personalised to di erent users and their situational context. This is achieved through the use of modern computing platforms like mobile phones and interactive wall displays that support ubiquitous, context-sensitive, and personalised information delivery.
Publication titleProceedings of UMAP 2012, CEUR Workshop
Department/SchoolSchool of Information and Communication Technology
Place of publicationMontreal, Canada
Event title4th International Workshop on Personalized Access to Cultural Heritage
Event VenueMontreal, Canada
Date of Event (Start Date)2012-07-16
Date of Event (End Date)2012-07-20
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