Publications

  1. An Immersive VR Experience to Learn the Craft of Printmaking. Carrozzino, M.; Lorenzini, C.; Duguleana, M.; Evangelista, C.; Brondi, R.; Tecchia, F.; Bergamasco, M., SALENTO AVR 2016 – Lecce (Italy), June, 15-18 2016, In proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Computer Graphics, pp. 378-389.
  2. 3D Reconstruction as a Service – Applications in Virtual Cultural Heritage. Machidon, O.; Postelnicu, C.; Girbacia, F., SALENTO AVR 2016 – Lecce (Italy), June, 15-18 2016, In proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Computer Graphics, pp. 261-268.
  3. A Mobile Application For Discovering Brasov Monuments Using Augmented Reality. Girbacia, F.; Duguleana, M.; Postelnicu, C.; Girbacia, T.; Voinea, D., In proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Augmented Reality for Technical Entrepreneurs, ARTE 2016 – Bucarest (Romania), April, 1 2016 pp. 23-26.
  4. Time-travelling with Mobile Augmented Reality: a Case Study on Piazza dei Miracoli. Duguleana, M.; Brondi, R.; Girbacia, F.; Postelnicu, C.; Machidon, O.; Carrozzino, M. In proceedings of the EUROMED 2016 – Nicosia (Cyprus) October 31 – November 5 2016, 6th International Euro-Mediterranean Conference on Digital Heritage.
  5. Exploring Pisa Monuments Using Mobile Augmented Reality. Duguleana, M.; Girbacia, F.; Postelnicu, C.; Brondi, R.; Carrozzino, M. ICDH 2016 – London (UK), November 24-25 2016, In proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Digital Heritage.
  6. Reviving the memory of demolished buildings using Augmented Reality. Razvan Gabriel Boboc, Florin Gîrbacia, Aleš Tavcar, Eugen Butila, Information Society 2016 eHeritage Workshop – Ljubljiana (Slovenia), October 10-14 2016, In proceedings of the 19th international multi-conference Information Society, pp. 5-8.
  7. Books in VR: narrating fables with an Interactive Digital Storytelling approach. Cristian Lorenzini, Marcello Carrozzino, Chiara Evangelista, Maurizio Maltese, Information Society 2016 eHeritage Workshop – Ljubljiana (Slovenia), October 10-14 2016, In proceedings of the 19th international multi-conference Information Society, pp. 9-11.
  8. Cloud-based development of a natural language conversational virtual agent for cultural heritage applications. Octavian-Mihai Machidon, Raffaello Brondi, Mihai Duguleana, Information Society 2016 eHeritage Workshop – Ljubljiana (Slovenia), October 10-14 2016, In proceedings of the 19th international multi-conference Information Society, pp. 12-15.
  9. Haptic Interface Design for Experiencing Ancient Works. Csaba Antonya, Silviu Butnariu, Matjaz Gams, Information Society 2016 eHeritage Workshop – Ljubljiana (Slovenia), October 10-14 2016, In proceedings of the 19th international multi-conference Information Society, pp. 16-19.
  10. Interactive VR for the dissemination of local heritage in schools. Marcello Carrozzino, Chiara Evangelista, Riccardo Galdieri, Information Society 2016 eHeritage Workshop – Ljubljiana (Slovenia), October 10-14 2016, In proceedings of the 19th international multi-conference Information Society, pp. 20-23.
  11. Providing recommendations for virtual museum tours using intelligent assistants. Aleš Tavcar, Csaba Antonya, Eugen Butila, Matjaž Gams, Information Society 2016 eHeritage Workshop – Ljubljiana (Slovenia), October 10-14 2016, In proceedings of the 19th international multi-conference Information Society, pp. 24-26.
  12. Using a Natural User Interface to Enhance the Ability to Interact with Reconstructed Virtual Heritage Environments. Silviu Butnariu, Alexandru Constantin Georgescu, Florin Gîrbacia, Information Society 2016 eHeritage Workshop – Ljubljiana (Slovenia), October 10-14 2016, In proceedings of the 19th international multi-conference Information Society, pp. 27-30.
  13. Computer-generated knowledge base for virtual assistants. Aleš Tavcar, Csaba Antonya, Razvan Gabriel Boboc, Leon Noe Jovan, Matjaž Gams, Information Society 2016 eHeritage Workshop – Ljubljiana (Slovenia), October 10-14 2016, In proceedings of the 19th international multi-conference Information Society, pp. 31-32.
  14. Using Mixed Reality and Natural interaction in Cultural Heritage Applications. Raffaello Brondi, Marcello Carrozzino, Cristian Lorenzini, Franco Tecchia, Information Society 2016 eHeritage Workshop – Ljubljiana (Slovenia), October 10-14 2016, In proceedings of the 19th international multi-conference Information Society, pp. 33-36.
  15. A web framework for the creation of virtual assistants for municipalities. Aleš Tavcar, Damjan Kužnar, Csaba Antonya, Matjaz Gams, Information Society 2016 eHeritage Workshop – Ljubljiana (Slovenia), October 10-14 2016, In proceedings of the 19th international multi-conference Information Society, pp 37-39.
  16. Investigating the process of Emotion Recognition in Immersive and Non-Immersive Virtual Technological Setup. Claudia Faita; Federico Vanni; Emanuele Ruffaldi; Marcello Carrozzino; Camilla Tanca; Massimo Bergamasco, VRST 2016 – Munich (Germany), November 2-4 2016,  In proceedings of the 22nd ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology.
  17. Recommender System for Virtual Assistant Supported Museum Tours. Aleš Tavčar; Csaba Antonya; Eugen Valentin Butila. Informatica 40, 2016. Special Issue: Virtual Reality in Cultural Heritage (ISSN 0350-5596). pp. 279-284.
  18. Virtual Assistant Platform. Damjan Kužnar; Aleš Tavčar; Jernej Zupančič; Mihai Duguleana. Informatica 40, 2016. Special Issue: Virtual Reality in Cultural Heritage (ISSN 0350-5596). pp. 285-289.
  19. Using a Natural User Interface to Enhance the Ability to Interact with Reconstructed Virtual Heritage Environments. Silviu Butnariu; Alexandru Georgescu; Florin Gîrbacia. Informatica 40, 2016. Special Issue: Virtual Reality in Cultural Heritage (ISSN 0350-5596). pp. 291-302.
  20. An Interactive Digital Storytelling Approach to Explore Books in Virtual Environments. Cristian Lorenzini; Chiara Evangelista; Marcello Carrozzino; Cristian Postelnicu; Maurizio Maltese. Informatica 40, 2016. Special Issue: Virtual Reality in Cultural Heritage (ISSN 0350-5596). pp. 317-321.