Personalized Augmented Reality Experiences in Museums using Google Cardboards

Marinos Theodorakopoulos, Nikos Papageorgopoulos, Andriana Mourti, Angeliki Antoniou, Manolis Wallace, George Lepouras, Costas Vassilakis and Nikos Platis
Proceedings of SMAP 2017

In this short paper we examine the suitability of the Google Cardboard as a means for the delivery of personalized cultural experiences. Specifically, we develop the content and create the application required in order to provide highly personalized visits to the Archaeological Museum in Tripolis, Greece. We also examine the usability issues related to the use of Google Cardboards. Early results are promising, and based on them we also outline the next steps ahead.

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