VR cooperative environments for the interpretation and reconstruction of the archaeological landscape
Keywords:Cultural heritage, VR collaborative environments, Learning, Co-interpretation
The Internet 2.0 has diffused a new approach enhancing creativity, multimedia communication, information sharing, cooperation: millions of people in the world are expressing the will to interconnect, co-create digital contents and share experience in the cyberspace. The possibility to develop complex dynamics of interaction inside the virtual domain are determining new scenarios in the field of cultural transmission. In this paper two case studies will be presented: the “Integrated Technologies of robotics and virtual environment in archaeology” project (supported by the Italian Ministry of Research), and the “Virtual Rome” project, two virtual collaborative environments in the web for the interpretation, reconstruction and 3D exploration of archaeological contexts.
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