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Linking the Virtual and the Real: Gesture based Interaction with Digital Heritage

One of the aims of meSch is to realize tangible interaction with digital heritage. This could for instance be realized by interaction based on sensors in smart objects or – much more physically challenging for visitors – by using gesture based interaction. The April Meetup of the Virtual [...]

How Can we Succesfully Combine Heritage Artefacts and Digital Technology?

Smart Replicas – a Dutch case study. Desiger Maaike Roozenburg is replicating museum artefacts using medical CT scan technology and 3D printing. The 3D printed objects are then enhanced with digital information, which turns them into smart objects. The results are fascinating and point towards the direction meSch [...]