Natasa Michailidou

Natasa Michailidou
Athena-Research and Innovation Center in Information, Communication and Knowledge Technologies · Culture and Creative Industries

BA Archaeology, MA Museum & Gallery Management

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Conference Paper
This paper presents ongoing work within the framework of the R&D project “Mythological Routes in Eastern Macedonia and Thrace”, which is co-financed by Greece and the European Union, aiming at showcasing the cultural wealth of the region of Eastern Macedonia and Thrace as the basis for the development of the tourism industry. The starting point of...
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Haptic prohibition is one of the most common limitations when interacting with museum artefacts. This restriction aims quite logically at preventing damages while safeguarding the integrity of the cultural reserve, which is primarily characterised by its uniqueness. Nevertheless, in cases where museum visitors are visually impaired, the inability t...
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In this unique collection the authors present a wide range of interdisciplinary methods to study, document, and conserve material cultural heritage. The methods used serve as exemplars of best practice with a wide variety of cultural heritage objects having been recorded, examined, and visualised. The objects range in date, scale, materials, and st...
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p class="VARAbstract">A key issue in the study of cultural assets is theiroften fragmentary condition. This causes serious problems and questions regarding theirstudy and presentation. Pottery fragments are the most numerous findings in every excavation. Furthermore, pottery plays an essential role for the reconstruction of the past, since it provi...
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Web portals are entry points for information presentation and exchange over the Internet used by a community of interest. A part of the European cultural heritage thesaurus has already being offered as digital collections using various formats and thus there is a requirement for management, preservation and archiving of such digital assets as well...
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The application of 3D digital technologies in the archaeological research expands more and more during the last decades. 3D recording, visualisation, representation and reconstruction of archaeological sites, monuments and artefacts become almost a common trend in the archaeological work. Moreover, CAD reconstructions, 3D simulation, computer anima...
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The 'Virtual Guide' project developed an advanced Guide system for Museums and Exhibitions using low-cost technologies. The goal of the 'Virtual Guide' project was to offer a rich and interesting visiting experience and to improve the attractiveness and accessibility of Museums and their exhibits. Operation Scenario: The visitor enters a Museum and...

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