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Volume: 10 | Article ID: art00015
Mobilizing 3D Virtual Artifacts Exhibition System of National Palace Museum
  DOI :  10.2352/issn.2168-3204.2013.10.1.art00015  Published OnlineJanuary 2013

The online 3D Virtual Artifacts Exhibition System of Taiwan's National Palace Museum(NPM) has received high user recommendation since it launched a few years ago. NPM has curated 5 iconic artifacts which are demonstrated in 3D, interactive form. Researches have shown the system brought about an appealing gateway for those who are not particularly interested in artifacts.Now with the advent of interactive mobile devices such as iPad, new affordances for storytelling has created innovative approach to design contents that are more engaging and intriguing for all users.Based on new devices and modes of user experience, we are redesigning the 3D Virtual Artifacts Exhibition System, bringing users utterly new experiences on artifacts.*this project is funded by Taiwan NSC project number NSC 101-2420-H-004-006-MY3

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Pei-Jeng Kuo, Yao-Nan Lein, Wei-Hsiang Su, Yi-Ting Wang, Yi-Ning Huang, Wei-Chen Chu, "Mobilizing 3D Virtual Artifacts Exhibition System of National Palace Museumin Proc. IS&T Archiving 2013,  2013,  pp 66 - 69,

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