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EXPLORING NEW FUNCTIONALITIES IN CULTURAL HERITAGE SPACES - DESIGNING DIFFERENT MUSEUM TRAILS WITH LOW COST TECHNOLOGIES
Proceedings of the DESIGN 2018 15th International Design Conference
Different museums and cultural heritage institutions are seeking new ways to improve access to their artefacts and collections. The huge impact of the digital revolution shed some light on diverse approaches to minimize the visitor's museum experience disruption and enhance the accessibility to the exhibits. This paper describes the design of a sensor system by improving the access to the cultural resources adopting a non invasive and low cost technology. The study will provide new suggestionsdoi:10.21278/idc.2018.0357 fatcat:nizieso4ongevhvzqdx4o7hfym