A Game-Engine Based Virtual Museum Authoring and Presentation System

Victor Mateevitsi, Michael Sfakianos, George Lepouras, Costas Vassilakis
Proceedings of ACM DIMEA 2008

In this paper we present a system that facilitates virtual museum development and usage. The system is based on a game engine, ensuring thus minimal cost and good performance, and includes provisions that enable museum curators design the virtual museum without any specialized knowledge. Besides visual and auditory information, museum curators may also provide metadata which provide additional information to the visitor, while they can be also exploited for searching for exhibits with certain properties. A guide is also included in the museum, to present additional information to the visitors and aid them throughout their tour.

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