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Issue No. 03 - July-September (2005 vol. 12)
ISSN: 1070-986X
pp: 46-58
Elisabetta Farella , University of Bologna
Davide Brunelli , University of Bologna
Luca Benini , University of Bologna
Bruno Riccò , University of Bologna
Maria Elena Bonfigli , CINECA Supercomputing Center
The rapid evolution of pervasive computing technologies enables bringing virtual heritage applications to a new level of user participation. A platform for interactive virtual heritage applications integrates a highend virtual reality system with wireless, connected portableand wearable computers, facilitating and enhancing user navigation, visualization control, and peer-to-peer information exchange.
Immersive Virtual Environment, Cultural Heritage, Mobile Devices, Pervasive Computing, Interaction Interfaces

B. Riccò, L. Benini, M. E. Bonfigli, E. Farella and D. Brunelli, "Pervasive Computing for Interactive Virtual Heritage," in IEEE MultiMedia, vol. 12, no. , pp. 46-58, 2005.
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