meSch: Internet of Things and Cultural Heritage


This paper summarises the work carried out in the EU project meSch and presented at the 2nd Digital Heritage Expo held in Granada in 2015. meSch, Material EncounterS with digital Cultural Heritage, bridges the gap between visitors’ cultural heritage experience on-site and on-line by providing a platform for the creation of tangible smart exhibits, that will enable heritage professionals to compose and realise physical artefacts enriched by digital content without the need for specialised technical knowledge. The platform includes an authoring toolkit for the composition of physical/digital narratives that map on interactive artefacts, and an embedded multi-sensor digital system platform for the construction of ad-hoc physical smart exhibits.


Internet of Things; tangible interaction; do-it-yourself; digital content.

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Copyright (c) 2016 Daniela Petrelli, Mark Marshall, Elena Not, Massimo Zancanaro, Adriano Venturini, Dario Cavada, Thomas Kubitza, Albrecht Schmidt, Martin Risseeuw, Dick van Dijk

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