Virtual museums and archaeology: an international perspective. Niccolucci, F. Archeologia e Calcolatori, Supplement:15-30, 2007.
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This is the first time, in the twenty-year history of “Archeologia e Calcolatori”, that a thematic issue is published as a Supplement to the journal. However, the idea for this issue is not a new one, but it recalls other initiatives in which “Archeologia e Calcolatori” has operated in close collaboration with the Italian National Research Council to promote the sector of computing and archaeology and its innovative applications.\n\nThe “virtual experience”, with all its implications of knowledge enhancement and sharing, has involved numerous CNR researchers, through an interdisciplinary approach, which has characterised and given consistency to the applications also from a theoretical and methodological point of view. In addition to the projects which are specifically dedicated to archaeology (virtual museums and 3D visualisation of ancient landscapes, towns, grave goods and objects), the contributions describe sophisticated computer tools designed and implemented in CNR laboratories and show how ICT can support the realisation of virtual museums, solving problems related to usability, accessibility and enjoyment aspects.
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