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Creating an authentic aural experience in the Digital Songlines game engine: part of a contextualised cultural heritage knowledge toolkit
Digital Songlines is an Australasian CRC for Interaction Design (ACID) project that is developing protocols, methodologies and toolkits to facilitate the collection, education and sharing of indigenous cultural heritage ...
Constructing a virtual Tower of Babel: a case study in cross-cultural collaboration across three continents
The collaboration project described in this paper revolves around the construction of a virtual Tower of Babel in a 3D Collaborative Virtual Environment (3D CVE). It involved students across three cooperating institutions, ...
Developing virtual heritage application with 3D collaborative virtual environments and mobile devices in a multi-cultural team: experiences and challenges
Until recently museums have been the sole repositories of an objective factual history. However, with the advent of online interactive media, there has been a shift to alternate forms of cultural exposition. This paper ...
Virtually collaborating across cultures: a case study of an online theatrical performance in a 3DCVE spanning three continents
Much information communication technology (ICT) design work involves international collaboration. This requires cross-cultural understandings with one's co-collaborators. There are few opportunities for this to occur in a ...
A qualitative assessment of communicating spatial concepts in virtual and physical environments via a text-based medium
The pedagogical exercise described here was used to investigate how spatial communication about the manipulation of objects in a virtual and physical space is communicated between remote partners. It continues work done ...