In the past museums have been slow in fully utilising new technologies, but in the last decade this situation has changed dramatically. The need for more support to visitors and more collaboration between experts and between museums has led to the exploration of how new technologies can extend the traditional museum. In this paper a new concept of such an extended museum is presented, with particular attention to gathering, organization and consumption of knowledge

A Model for Knowledge Elicitation, Organization and Distribution in the Cultural Entertainment SectorHuman Centric Technology and Service in Smart Space

Valeri, Beatrice;Casati, Fabio;Baez Gonzalez, Marcos Antonio;
2012-01-01

Abstract

In the past museums have been slow in fully utilising new technologies, but in the last decade this situation has changed dramatically. The need for more support to visitors and more collaboration between experts and between museums has led to the exploration of how new technologies can extend the traditional museum. In this paper a new concept of such an extended museum is presented, with particular attention to gathering, organization and consumption of knowledge
Proceedings of HumanCom 2012
AA. VV.
Heidelberg
Springer Netherlands
9789400750852
9789400750869
Valeri, Beatrice; Casati, Fabio; Baez Gonzalez, Marcos Antonio; R., Boast
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