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Subjective and objective assessment of 3D textured and non-textured Cultural Heritage Artefacts.

Gillespie, D. and Welham, K., 2020. Subjective and objective assessment of 3D textured and non-textured Cultural Heritage Artefacts. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications. (In Press)

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Abstract

—The core mission of museums and cultural institutions is the preservation, study and presentation of cultural heritage content. As public expectation for more open access to information and innovative digital media increases, this is being met in cultural heritage with the creation of 3D digital artefacts using methods such as non-contact laser scanning. However, many issues need to be addressed including how the visual quality of presented dataset to the public affects their perceptual experience with the artefact. The results presented in this paper demonstrate the importance of the relationship between texture and polygonal resolution and how this can affect the perceived visual experience of a visitor. It also finds that there is an acceptable cost to texture and polygonal resolution to offer the best perceptual experience with 3D digital cultural heritage artefacts.

Item Type:Article
ISSN:0272-1716
Uncontrolled Keywords:Computer method for Museum/arts, human perception on 3D texture, Human Computer Interaction
Group:Faculty of Science & Technology
ID Code:33872
Deposited By: Unnamed user with email symplectic@symplectic
Deposited On:20 Apr 2020 11:52
Last Modified:20 Apr 2020 11:52

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