Dream of Mee-Luck: Aspiration for a New Dawn
Many countries in the world are putting much effort for the preservation of cultural assets of their own countries using digital. However, most of the attempts are based on the aspect of preservation science which aims to exquisitely restore cultural assets through historical investigation. Therefore in most cases they are successful in the restoration of shape without incorporating the spirit and meaning of the respective cultural asset. In this regard, we suggest an approach using Responsive Multimedia System which can present legend of Unju Temple as a sequence of events in VE. Users can experience virtual story by manipulating interactive StoryMap displayed on ARTable. In the suggested artwork, we express the uncompleted beauty, which we cannot find out from Unju Temple today.
KeywordsVirtual Environment Tangible Interface Channel Sound Cultural Asset Spiritual Aspect
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