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Theorizing Digital Cultural HeritageA Critical Discourse$
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Fiona Cameron and Sarah Kenderdine

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9780262033534

Published to MIT Press Scholarship Online: August 2013

DOI: 10.7551/mitpress/9780262033534.001.0001

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Geo-Storytelling: A Living Archive of Spatial Culture

Geo-Storytelling: A Living Archive of Spatial Culture

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(p.408) (p.409) 20 Geo-Storytelling: A Living Archive of Spatial Culture
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Theorizing Digital Cultural Heritage
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Scot T. Refsland

Marc Tuters

Jim Cooley

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The MIT Press
DOI:10.7551/mitpress/9780262033534.003.0021

Location-aware wireless devices are expected to provide an immersive experience whereby users will be able to browse layers of digital information encoded to a particular place. On the other hand, pervasive location-awareness also raises the possibility of tracking a user wherever there is a service signal, a scenario that has sparked considerable debate among media artists, who are often early adopters/explorers of the field known as “locative media.” This chapter describes applications for mobile computing and virtual heritage, and examines how locative media in the context of virtual heritage creates the notion of a collaborative mapping of space, along with the intelligent social filtering or “narrowcasting” of that space. It also discusses the concept of geo-storytelling and spatial culture as well as media ecology.

Keywords:   mobile computing, virtual heritage, locative media, space, intelligent social filtering, narrowcasting, geo-storytelling, spatial culture, media ecology

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