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Turning Rust into Gold: An ancient artifact as an interactive artwork
Multimedia and Expo, IEEE International Conference on
By Chun-Ko Hsieh, Xin Tong, Yi-Ping Hung, Chia-Ping Chen, Liang-Chun Lin, I-Ling Liu, Meng-Chieh Yu, Chu-Song Chen, Jiaping Wang
Issue Date:July 2010
Turning Rust into Gold is inspired by a Chinese antique Mao-Kung Ting (cauldron) treasured by the National Palace Museum in Taiwan. Having a five-hundred-character inscription cast inside, and its weathered appearance made the Mao-Kung very unique. Motivat...
Viewing Chinese Art on an Interactive Tabletop
IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications
By Chun-ko Hsieh, Yi-Ping Hung,M. Ben-Ezra, Hsin-Fang Hsieh
Issue Date:May 2013
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 ...
Interacting with the past: Creating a time perception journey experience using kinect-based breath detection and deterioration and recovery simulation technologies
Found in: Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH)
By Chun-Ko Hsieh, Meng-Chieh Yu, Wen-Ching Liao, Yi-Ping Hung
Issue Date:February 2014
We propose an application that allows a museum audience to interact with the past and to appreciate the value of antique objects through multimedia installations. Discussions in this article are based on our experiences in developing the Mao-Kung Cauldron ...
Yongzheng emperor's interactive tabletop: seamless multimedia system in a museum context
Found in: Proceedings of the international conference on Multimedia (MM '10)
By Chun-Ko Hsieh, Hsiang-Tao Wu, I-Ling Liu, Neng-Hao Yu, Yi-Ping Hung, Ying-Jui Chen, Yueh-Hsuan Chiang
Issue Date:October 2010
In this paper, we propose the seamless multimedia system Yongzheng Emperor's interactive tabletop, which has been incorporated into the special exhibition "Harmony and Integrity: The Yongzheng Emperor and His Times" at the National Palace Museum in Taiwan....
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