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In-situ Storytelling

Virtual Reality Based Human Data Interaction

In this project we investigate how SLAM-based Augmented Reality (AR) mobile phone technology can be used to enable a unique user experience in location-based storytelling scenarios. Through user centred design we development and test an application for the context of museum and heritage storytelling. The findings of this research contribute towards definition of design guidelines on how mobile phone based AR can be used for location-based storytelling purposes.

Investigators

Sarah Ketchell (Lead), Honours Thesis Student at School of Engineering and ICT, University of Tasmania
Dr. Winyu Chinthammit, School of Engineering and ICT, University of Tasmania
Dr. Ulrich Engelke, Decision Sciences, CSIRO Data61

Lifetime

2018 – 2018