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Tuscon, AZ, USA
June 7, 2004 to June 11, 2004
ISBN: 1-58113-832-6
pp: 379
Bradley Hemminger , University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Gerald Bolas , University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
David Carr , University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Paul Jones , University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Doug Schiff , 3rdTech, Chapel Hill, NC
Nick England , 3rdTech, Chapel Hill, NC
This poster describes a novel method for digitally recording not only individual museum pieces, but entire museum exhibits (consisting of one or more rooms or spaces). The methodology allows anyone with access to the internet or a PC to experience anywhere, anytime, any part of the museum's collection or exhibits (past, present and future). Users can explore the museum exhibits in a virtual reality that is both spatially accurate and visually compelling. All objects and 3D scenes are seen in precise full color photographic quality detail. The scene and objects are polygonal meshes representing the surfaces of objects. This permits making measurements directly on the scene with millimeter precision. The methodology, its application to capturing museum exhibits, and examples of exhibits recorded using this technique are described.
Virtual museums, virtual exhibits, 3D digitization, 3D object scanning, 3D visualization, digital library
Bradley Hemminger, Gerald Bolas, David Carr, Paul Jones, Doug Schiff, Nick England, "Capturing Content for Virtual Museums: From Pieces to Exhibits", JCDL, 2004, Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on, Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on 2004, pp. 379, doi:10.1109/JCDL.2004.1336158
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