Sense of place: The phenomenology of virtual heritage place
This paper examines the critical importance of time to the experience of place and argues that time-based virtual heritage creates more engaging and affective virtual places supporting rich learning opportunities for heritage audiences. It examines the experience of place, heritage place and virtual place as instanced in state-of-the-art computer games. It discusses the use of heritage visualisation for public edification and the advantages of, and concerns related to, computer generated...[Show more]
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