ARCHEOGUIDE Augmented Reality-based Cultural Heritage On-site Guide

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ARCHEOGUIDE Objectives. To develop a virtual Guide to cultural heritage sites, that will provide personalized tours to the visitors according to their individual preferences, and provide virtual reconstruction of selected monuments through Augmented Reality techniques.To develop a database of scientific information about such sites that is readily accessible to archeologists

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1. ARCHEOGUIDE Augmented Reality-based Cultural Heritage On-site Guide

2. ARCHEOGUIDE Objectives To develop a virtual Guide to cultural heritage sites, that will provide personalized tours to the visitors according to their individual preferences, and provide virtual reconstruction of selected monuments through Augmented Reality techniques. To develop a database of scientific information about such sites that is readily accessible to archeologists & scientists from remote locations through intranet/Internet.

3. What will it be like? Visitor enters personal preferences, then proceeds to walk through a tour the system customizes for them.

4. How will it do it? Augmented Reality is the branch of Virtual Reality that allows users to see and interact with graphical and audio virtual objects superimposed on the real world. The system will present a customized tour to the visitors and adapt the presentation in real-time by learning from the visitors’ requests for more or less information what the tour should focus on. It will achieve this goal of personalized adaptive presentations through machine learning techniques. Documentation of the site will take advantage of various standards (CIDOC) set by EU and other organizations for archeological and cultural heritage sites.

5. Overall System Architecture

6. Pros & Cons of the System Provide a totally new experience for visitors of cultural heritage sites. Attract more people (through high technology) and educate them with scientifically correct tours available in a large number of languages. Dramatically enhance monument readability. Customization of tours ensures minimization of boredom or incomprehension. Weight of wearable equipment might be bothersome for some people. High-cost fragile equipment may require frequent service or replacement by careless users.

7. Project Consortium Intracom S.A. (Greece) IGD (Germany) ZGDV (Germany) CCG (Portugal) A&C2000 (Italy) Post Reality (Greece) Hellenic Ministry of Culture (Greece)

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