Managing large sets of multidisciplinary research data using 3D models of cultural heritage objects and Augmented Reality – case study of King's Chinese Cabinet in Wilanów
Piotr Jakub Siekański , Eryk Bunsch , Anna Guzowska , Robert Sitnik
AbstractKing’s Chinese Cabinet in the Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanów, Warsaw, Poland is an unique example of interior decorative art. Since the beginning of XXI century, multiple examination have been made in this interior resulting in dozens of different data samples. Orientation in spatial relations between these results is a challenge even for restorers permanently involved in the implementation of long-term conservation projects and constitutes a complete cognitive barrier for people interested in reinterpreting only a narrow range of collected data. In this paper we present an AR application that visualizes the places where each data sample was collected and shows these results to the user. This approach can significantly shorten the time required to localize each data sample comparing to the manual data search among the paper documentation stored in the binders.
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|Book||Busch Carsten , Kassung Christian, Sieck (Hrsg.) Jürgen (eds.): Kultur und Informatik: „Virtual History and Augmented Present“, Proceedings, 2019, vwh Verlag (Verlag Werner Hülsbuch), ISBN 978-3-86488-147-3, 268 p.|
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