List of Figures

Figure 1: The most simple mobile application using marker based AR (scan the QR code and download the app on Google Play)

Figure 2: Printscreens from application guiding visitors through the Neolithic landscape in Bylany

Figure 3: 3D reconstruction of prehistoric landscape rendered to 360 degree panoramic image

Figure 4: Information panels including two markers enabling AR visualisations

Figure 5/Figure 6: By extending the standard presentation (Figure 5) channels of archaeology to include the area of virtual space it is possible to greatly increase public interest in knowledge about and the protection of the archaeological heritage

Video showing information panels next to the Institute of Archaeology's field base in Bylany, including markers enabling an AR visualisation of a Neolithic burial, or a 3D model of a vessel that was found nearby.


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