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Personalized Heritage Museum Guide for Married Immigrant Women

  • Hyeweon Kim
  • Jeongmin YuEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 11196)

Abstract

This paper presents a novel heritage museum guide framework that provides personalized digital heritage contents to help understand the culture of immigration country. Particularly, this framework focuses on helping married immigrant women in a situation of social exclusion to easily understand a different culture heritage easily by providing similar digital heritage contents of her home country. To develop this guide framework, the following core steps are integrated: (i) collect data, such as logs, Facebook feeds, and frequency of app usage from a users’ smartphone, (ii) build users preference profiles through the analysis of collected data, (iii) display similar digital heritage contents of their home country via a head-mounted mixed reality display. From the proposed framework, we expect that the framework will make it easier to understand unfamiliar cultural heritage to married immigrant women who is having difficulty adapting to immigration. Furthermore, her children also can utilize these contents to understand and learn their mother’s culture, which can create an empathy between the mother and her children.

Keywords

Married immigrant women Heritage museum guide User preference profile Mixed reality 

Notes

Acknowledgements

This research is supported by 2018 Support Project for Academic Research in Korea National University of Cultural Heritage.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Cultural Heritage Industry, Graduate School of Convergence Cultural HeritageKorea National University of Cultural HeritageBuyeo-gunKorea

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