1 Center for Digital Urban Living, Faculty of Humanities, Aarhus University, Aarhus University2 Department of Information and Media Studies, Faculty of Humanities, Aarhus University, Aarhus University3 School of Communication and Culture - Information Science, School of Communication and Culture, Arts, Aarhus University4 School of Communication and Culture - Information Science, School of Communication and Culture, Arts, Aarhus University
Using animation, text, and visual effects as elements of projections on the Danish rune stone, Mejlbystenen (the Mejlby stone), we have explored approaches to engaging museum visitors. The installation positions itself in the field of previous installations and experiments exploring projection on physical objects, but is unique in focusing on fusing the projection and the object in an engaging approach to communicating information at a cultural heritage museum. The Mejlby stone installation is now a permanent installation at a cultural and historical museum, and, based on observation as well as interviews of museum visitors, we have analysed how the installation supports sense-making, engaging conversations, and playful engagement.
Ozchi 2010 Proceedings, 2010, p. 80-87
Interaction design, augmented reality, engagement, cultural heritage, projection