Digital Songlines - Digitising the Arts, Culture and Heritage Landscape of Aboriginal Australia
Leavy, Brett A., Hills, James, Barker, Christopher I., Gard, Stephan, & Wyeld, Theodor G. (2006) Digital Songlines - Digitising the Arts, Culture and Heritage Landscape of Aboriginal Australia. In Dean, David Arnold & Champion, Erik (Eds.) New Heritage: Beyond Verisimilitude. Conference on cultural heritage and new media, March 2006, Hong Kong.
Abstract. Digital Songlines is an Australasian CRC for Interaction Design (ACID) project that is developing protocols, methodologies and toolkits to facilitate the collection, education and sharing of indigenous cultural heritage knowledge. This research will illustrate significant Australian Indigenous spaces such as the Mt Moffatt area at Carnarvon Gorge in south-west Queensland and areas around the Pilbarra in Western Australia. The project explores the areas of effective recording, content management and virtual reality delivery capabilities that are culturally sensitive and involve the indigenous custodians, leaders and communities in those areas as well as how players in a serious gaming sense can experience Indigenous virtual heritage in a high fidelity fashion with culturally appropriate interface tools.
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