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Viewing Chinese Art on an Interactive Tabletop
May-June 2013 (vol. 33 no. 3)
pp. 16-21
Chun-ko Hsieh, National Taiwan University
Yi-Ping Hung, National Taiwan University
Moshe Ben-Ezra, MIT Media Lab
Hsin-Fang Hsieh, National Palace Museum, Taiwan
To protect fragile paintings and calligraphy, Taiwan's National Palace Museum (NPM) has policies controlling the frequency and duration of their exposure. So, visitors might not see the works they planned to see. To address this problem, the NPM installed an interactive tabletop for viewing the works. This tabletop, the first to feature multiresolution and gigapixel photography technology, displays extremely high-quality images revealing brushwork-level detail. A user study at the NPM examined the tabletop's performance and collected visitor feedback.
Index Terms:
Art,Interactive systems,Digital art,Interface states,Haptic interfaces,Human computer interaction,calligraphy,interactive tabletops,human-computer interaction,interfaces,multitouch,multiresolution,gigapixel,computer graphics,Chinese art
Citation:
Chun-ko Hsieh, Yi-Ping Hung, Moshe Ben-Ezra, Hsin-Fang Hsieh, "Viewing Chinese Art on an Interactive Tabletop," IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol. 33, no. 3, pp. 16-21, May-June 2013, doi:10.1109/MCG.2013.50
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