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Designing Stories from the Grave: Reviving the History of a City through Human Remains and Serious Gamesuse asterix (*) to get italics
Tsaknaki, Electra; Anastasovitis, Eleftherios; Georgiou, Georgia; Alagialoglou, Kleopatra; Mavrokostidou, Maria; Kartsiakli, Vasiliki; Aidonis, Asterios; Protopsalti, Tania; Nikolopoulos, Spiros; Kompatsiaris, IoannisPlease use the format "First name initials family name" as in "Marie S. Curie, Niels H. D. Bohr, Albert Einstein, John R. R. Tolkien, Donna T. Strickland"
<p>The main challenge of the current digital transition is to utilize computing media and cutting-edge technologyin a more meaningful way, which would make the archaeological and anthropological research outcomes relevant to a heterogeneous audience. Subsequently, there is an undeniable need for the digitalization of cultural assets and the transformation of the stories of ancient civilizations into an accessible digital form. As a result, Serious Games theory can be combined with novel technologies to present Cultural Heritage to a wide audience. This contribution proposes a methodology that focuses on transforming the traditional exhibit-centric archaeo-anthropological findings into story-centric immersive and interactive narrations through gamification while exploiting Serious Games techniques in augmented and virtual experiences.</p>
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Serious Games; Cultural Heritage; Learning Methods; Virtual Reality; Augmented Reality; Gamification
Bioarchaeology, Computational archaeology, Europe
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2023-05-29 13:19:46
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