Using Digital Visualisation To Preserve Local Cultural Heritage: A Case Study Of Tai Ping Street, Tai O.
Using Digital Visualisation To Preserve Local Cultural Heritage: A Case Study Of Tai Ping Street, Tai O.
3-D Modelling
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Installation
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Heritage
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Hong Kong
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PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR
Prof Tamas Waliczky, Prof Jane Prophet
START DATE
October 2013
ABSTRACT

This project is to complete research into the cultural heritage of Tai O Fishing Village and to conduct evaluative research into the effectiveness of virtual representations in cultural heritage conservation. This research will use arts-informed hybrid practice which combines methods from contemporary animation and creative media, such as 3D computer modeling, animation and real-time technology, with ethnographic research methods used by social scientists, such as semi-structured interviews and community-based research. This methodology will be used in order to understand, interpret, and represent the lived experience of residents from Tai Ping Street, in Tai O fishing village, Hong Kong.

The project is also donated by the DRS RICHARD CHARLES & ESTHER YEWPICK LEE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION.

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Professor Tamas Waliczky

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