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Karina Rodriguez-Echavarria
University of Brighton
Human–computer interactionEngineeringComputer scienceMultimediaCultural heritage
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Last. Tim Weyrich (UCL: University College London)H-Index: 23
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Last. Neil Brownsword (Staffordshire University)
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Abstract World-renowned for its perfection of Bone China and underglaze blue printing techniques, the historic Spode Works in Stoke- on-Trent was one of the few ceramic factories in Britain to have operated continuously on its original site until the company ceased trading in 2008. Since then the site has undergone many transitions with much of its former production infrastructure being discarded. Currently the site holds an estimated 70,000 moulds once used in ceramic production dating from the...
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#2Karina Rodriguez-Echavarria (University of Brighton)H-Index: 8
This paper investigates digitally fabricated replicas and how these contribute as novel interpretative means to support visitor experiences in cultural heritage contexts. The paper’s main contribution is the evaluation of the experience that visually impaired users had with a 3d printed relief of a Victorian environmental display, or diorama, from the Booth Museum of Natural History in Brighton (UK) along with a pervasive audio mobile application. Our intention is to illuminate the subtleties, i...
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#2Laurie Dibble (University of Brighton)
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