|Title||Lessons Learned from Supplementing Archaeological Museum Exhibitions with Virtual Reality|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||In Press|
|Authors||Puig A, Rodriguez I, Arcos JLluis, Rodríguez-Aguilar JA, Cebrián S, Bogdanovych A, Morera N, Palomo A, Piqué R|
|Keywords||Gamified experiences, Virtual heritage, VR analytics|
Archaeological excavations provide us with important clues about the past. Excavated artefacts represent an important connection to civilisations that no longer exist and help us understand some of their customs, traditions and common practices. With the help of academics and practitioners from various disciplines the results of archaeological excavations can be analysed and a body of knowledge about the corresponding society can be created and shared with members of the general public. Museums have traditionally served the purpose of communicating this knowledge and backing it up with the help of the excavated artefacts. Many museum visitors, however, find it difficult to develop a coherent understanding of the corresponding society only based on the artefacts and annotations showed in museums.
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