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VR Panoramic Photography and Hypermedia: Drawing from the Panorama's Past
(International Symposium on Electronic Art, 2015)
Since the 1787 patent of the immersive 360-degree painted panorama by Robert Barker, the panorama has been used as a narrative storytelling tool. With VR (virtual reality) panoramic photography in tandem with the notion ...
Re-Presenting Cultural Heritage with VR Panoramic Photography: Lessons Drawn from Media Art History
(International Panorama Council, 2018)
Developing a history of virtual reality (VR) panoramic photography not only in relation to the development of illusion and immersion, but also its content, will allow for a more robust history, so that those who are working ...
Constructing National Identity through the Lens of the Painted Panorama: The Bourbaki Panorama in Lucerne, Switzerland
(International Panorama Council, 2019)
Using the Bourbaki Panorama, which depicts the French General Charles-Denis Bourbaki’s army crossing Switzerland’s border near Les Verrières in 1871, this paper examines the notion of identity narrative in nation-building ...
The Jazeera Al Hamra Digital Heritage Project: A Model for Digitally Preserving the Heritage of the Arabian Peninsula
(Common Ground Publishing, 2015)
The digital environment offers an opportunity to establish a museum model that supports contemporary museum thought in regard to collective memory strategies, inclusivity, and equity of tangible and intangible cultural ...
Cultural Heritage and Spectacle: Painted and Digital Panoramic Re-Presentations of Versailles
(University of California, 2016)
By comparing and contrasting two panoramic projects of Versailles, one being a painted panorama by John Vanderlyn (1775-1852) completed in 1819 and the other, part of Google's World Wonders Project launched in 2012, this ...
Sacred Spaces of New England: Artistic Research, Cultural Heritage, and Virtual Reality Panoramic Photography
(International Panorama Council, 2020)
Artistic research is a methodology that integrates artistic activities within either the research process or its outcomes. By using New England's sacred spaces as a case study for the documentation and interpretation of ...