“3D Printing for Mixed Reality Hands-On Museum Exhibit Interaction” by Mann and Fryazinov

  • ©Laura Mann and Oleg Fryazinov

  • ©Laura Mann and Oleg Fryazinov

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    3D Printing for Mixed Reality Hands-On Museum Exhibit Interaction

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    This work presents a combination of 3D printing with mixed reality to use the results in the context of museum exhibitions or for cultural heritage. While now priceless artefacts are encased in glass, kept safe and out of reach of the visitors, we present a new pipeline which would allow visitors hands-on interaction with realistic 3D printed replicas of the artefacts which are then digitally augmented to have the genuine artefacts’ appearances.

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    • Chiang-Ming Chen and Yu-Chen Lin. 2018. Understanding the motivation of museums, galleries and cultural exhibition visits âĂŞ evidence from Taiwan internet use types. Current Issues in Tourism 21, 11 (2018), 1215–1220.
    • Kai Hormann, Konrad Polthier, and Alia Sheffer. 2008. Mesh Parameterization: Theory and Practice. In ACM SIGGRAPH ASIA 2008 Courses. ACM, Article 12, 87 pages.
    • Jon Hurdle. 2017. Arming China’s Terracotta Warriors – With Your Phone. New York Times, 20/09/2017.

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