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Augmented Heritage for enhancing the cultural assets: Lights and sounds for the Nijmegen’s Königorgel

Donato Maniello

Abstract


This essay wants to deal with the well-known potentialities of augmented reality - as video mapping - for the requalification of the cultural heritage thanks to the “Augmented Heritage” of a case study promoted by Studio Glowarp. The subject matter of the research was the 18th century Königorgel pipe organ of Saint Steven’s Church in Nijmegen (Holland). The one- hour audio- video performance, occurred on 9th of September 2014, thanks to the use of multimedia techniques, has got two purposes: attracting the youngest to classical concerts of organ and in the meanwhile promoting the Königorgel, known as symbol of city identity.

Keywords


video mapping, enhancement, augmented reality, Cultural Heritage, edutainment

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