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  • Preserving Authenticity in Virtual Heritage

    Erik Malcolm Champion

    Chapter from the book: Champion, E. 2021. Virtual Heritage: A Guide.

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    This chapter examines why we wish to preserve heritage objects and practices via virtual heritage, and why the issue of authenticity is so important here but so seldom addressed. If we could give criteria to select and to create useful and even authentic-oriented virtual heritage projects, what would they be? Or are there methods and solutions out there waiting to be discovered?

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    Champion, E. 2021. Preserving Authenticity in Virtual Heritage. In: Champion, E (ed.), Virtual Heritage. London: Ubiquity Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/bck.l

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    Published on July 22, 2021


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