Virtual museums: technologies and applications

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EDG801 Virtual museums: technologies and applications

Professor: Dimitris TSOLIS

The aim of the course is to acquire knowledge about Virtual Museums, related implementation technologies and the presentation of relevant virtual museum applications.

Individuals who systematically participate in the course’s activities and successfully complete their attendance acquire the following knowledge:

  • Definitions of virtual museum, services provided, technologies adopted.
  • Digitization, documentation, two-dimensional and three-dimensional imaging and augmented reality.

Course outline

Companions

  1. Elizabeth Kane, Dr. Brett Ashley Crawford. The Augmented Museum: Essays on Opportunities and Uses of Augmented Reality in Museums ISBN: 978-1387535095, Lulu.com; (January 30, 2018) (Eudoxus code: XXXXXX)