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List of Talks and Abstracts

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The Application of Novel Technology in Cultural Heritage

A Joint Italian-Israeli Workshop


 

Charles Callaway

FBK/irst

Knowing what Groups of Visitors are Doing in the Museum

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Francesca Costabile

Universita degli Studi di Bari

Enriching People's Experience with Archaeological Parks through Pervasive Technology

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Susan Hazan

Israel Museum

Pokémon in the Museum

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Nadav Kashtan

Western Galilee College

The New Museum and its Limits in Conserving Cultural Heritage

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Antonio Kruger

DFKI GmbH

Smart Cultural Environments: Challenges and Benefits

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Tsvika Kuflik

University of Haifa

The Museum as a Living Lab

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Yoel Lanir

University of Haifa

Shared Mobile Displays and their Use in a Museum Setting

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Yoel Mansfeld

University of Haifa

Between ICT, Heritage and the Tourist: What about the Host Community?

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Eynat Minkov

University of Haifa

Graph-based Recommendation Integrating Rating History and Domain Knowledge: Application to On-Site Guidance of Museum Visitors

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Moayad Mokatran

University of Haifa

Listen to What You Look at: Combining an Audio Guide with a Mobile Eye Tracker on the Go

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Antonio Origlia

University of Naples, Federico II

On the Role of Playful Games in Stimulating Curiosity towards Cultural Heritage

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Ammazia Peled

University of Haifa

Visualization - Cultural Heritage Documentation

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Fabio Remondino

FBK/irst

3D imaging and Cultural Heritage - Latest Development in Technologies and Processing Methods

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Eynat Sharon

Museum Migdal David

Between Digital and Practical Working Digitally in a Museum – The Tower of David

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Julia Sheidin

University of Haifa

Research, Industry and In-betweens

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Ilan Shimshoni

University of Haifa

Feature Curves in Range Images with Application to Archaeology

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Oliviero Stock

FBK/irst

Reflecting on Intelligent Persuasion Technology for Cultural Heritage Appreciation

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Alan Wecker

University of Haifa

Determining Personality and Using it to Aid Cultural Heritage Visitors

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Natalia Weinstein

University of Haifa

Towards Using Mobile, Head-Worn Displays in Cultural Heritage: User Requirements

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Massimo Zancanaro

FBK/irst

Material Encounters in Museums: the Mesch Project Experience