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O3D-based personal museum designing system in virtual learning environment

Published Online:pp 55-71

This paper describes an integrated method of designing and implementing an indoor virtual environment for cultural heritage exhibition based on our immersion educational learning system by using open web standard for 3D graphics (O3D). By using the 3D museum construction tool offered by our system, users can create their personal museums to exhibit their collections interactively with their own style and subject, such as according to decades. And users can also set their constructed personal museum open to others to view, learn information or communicate inside, which cannot only help users organise and store their collections expediently, but also dramatically inspire users’ interests and self-determination while learning traditional culture heritage sources.

Keywords

educational games, 3D virtual museum, interactive design, game evaluation, open web standard for 3D graphics, O3D

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