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Virtual Museums evaluation on portability, tangible visualisation and interaction techniques: Methodological guidelines with respect to portability, usability and integration

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Abstract

This deliverable represents the first iteration of an on-going set of activities aimed at identifying the best practices of virtual museums regarding portability, usability and integration. This defines a scaffold of criteria useful for the evaluation of portability (intended as multi­-fruition modes), tangible visualisation and interaction techniques of the best examples carried out under the V­-MusT.NET consortium. The final goal is to produce guidelines and indications on how to create a good portable application or an effective tangible interactive application, disconnected from the physical location.Therefore, a cross­-analysis on parameters such as “usability”, “portability” and“ integration” had been setup, taking advantages of recent experiences in the field of tangible and gesture­based interaction projects in immersive installations.
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hal-02320902 , version 1 (19-10-2019)

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Patrick Reuter, Xavier Granier, Holger Graf, Massimiliano Corsini, Alfonsina Pagano, et al.. Virtual Museums evaluation on portability, tangible visualisation and interaction techniques: Methodological guidelines with respect to portability, usability and integration. [Research Report] D5.4, V-Must.net. 2014, pp.33. ⟨hal-02320902⟩
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