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Communicating culture and exploring landscape: an experiment in digital heritage in the Loire valley

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3 Author(s)
Addison, A.C. ; Centerfor Design Visualization, California Univ., Berkeley, CA, USA ; Strickland, R.M. ; Ceccarelli, N.

The application of new media to the capture and communication of the "genius loci" or spirit of place, is discussed in the context of the Loire Valley World Heritage Site Nomination. In collaboration with the UNESCO World Heritage Center and numerous local, regional, and national agencies, a multi-university team explored the use of accessible and inexpensive digital media for the documentation, narration, and communication of "cultural landscapes" during a short, focused workshop in the summer of 2000. The workshop model offers an inexpensive vehicle for cultural and natural site managers across the globe to utilize digital media in the management, recording, and dissemination of heritage to officials, professionals, and the general public

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Virtual Systems and Multimedia, 2001. Proceedings. Seventh International Conference on

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