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Title: A Study on the Development of an AR-based online archives exhibition platform Based on the Archives in South Korea
Authors: Jung, Chul
Lee, Soosang
Keywords: Subject::Archives
Issue Date: 11-Nov-2022
Publisher: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Series/Report no.: 87th IFLA World Library and Information Congress (WLIC) / 2022 in Dublin, Ireland;Poster Sessions
Abstract: This study dealt with the process of designing and directly developing AR-online archives exhibition platforms as a way to connect records with users through online archives exhibition during uncertain times. Furthermore, the usability of the platform developed for actual users was evaluated. Through literature research, the functional requirements of the online archives exhibition platform were derived by analyzing the core functions of the online archives exhibition. Based on the functional requirements of the online archives exhibition platform a design strategy for the development of the AR-online archives exhibition platform was established. Through the developed platform, <June Democratic Struggle History Exhibition> was planned based on historical archives ‘Busan Democratic Park’. Based on the <June Democratic Struggle History Exhibition>, 35 actual users were evaluated for usability based on UX of the AR-online archives exhibition platform through a platform demonstration. According to the evaluation results, the main opinion was that it will be very positive at this time when untact services are being activated due to the Corona Pandemic. And it was expected to become a means of connecting users and records even after the end of uncertain times as an example of an online archives exhibition technique using a metaverse.
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