Virtual museums and their public perception in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Authors: Rizvic, S., Sadzak, A., Ramic-Brkic, B. and Hulusic, V.

Journal: ISPRS-International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences

Volume: 3816

Pages: 421-427

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Authors: Rizvic, S., Sadzak, A., Ramic-Brkic, B. and Hulusic, V.

Journal: International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences - ISPRS Archives

Volume: 38

Issue: 5W16

Pages: 421-427

ISSN: 1682-1750

Bosnia and Herzegovina always has been a place where the East meets the West. Over 1000 years, different cultures, religions and civilizations have left their remains in this small country in Western Balkans. Despite all wars and tragic destructions, today in the heart of Sarajevo one can find mosques, Catholic and Orthodox churches and Jewish synagogues next to each other and people of different nations and religions living together in mutual respect and friendship. Multiethnic spirit of Bosnia and Herzegovina lives through its cultural heritage. Therefore our task is to ensure its presentation and preservation using Information and Communications Technologies (ICT). So far researchers have achieved significant results by creating several virtual museums. In this paper we will present the Museum of Bosnian Traditional Objects, Digital Catalogue of Stecaks and the Virtual Museum of Sarajevo Assassination, giving an overview of the process of creating virtual environments from multiple data sources based on various 3D digitization technologies: some based on traditional 3D modeling, other based on laser scanning or photogrametric techniques.

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