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    Title: 靈光消逝前的文化性消費之研究
    The research for the consuming style after people moved by the culture
    Authors: 張耘之(Chang,Yun-chih)
    Keywords: QR 條碼
    QR code
    mobile commentate
    Digital Archives
    Augmented Reality
    Date: 2009-05-23
    Issue Date: 2009-10-15 14:44:34 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 當今發掘與收藏無數的古文物,至今數量已難以統計,而這些都各代表一段人類歷史的某
    Nowadays, there are many ancient objects have been collected. Even though, the proportion of the
    antiques still can't be calculated well, because of big amount of objects. These objects showed
    human activities from the past history. But it is not easy to preserve it, when the time has past,
    well-preserved will be pass away slowly. In order to keep the valuable objects, National Digital
    Archives Program is one of activity plans. However, these digital files are used in digital museums
    and digital exhibitions and provide long-distance browsing. In the case of different require of
    categories, the program used different consequence searching systems to provide convenience to
    users. "Moved and Consuming" of digital sales is the research of when the moment people moved,
    people could use this research to consume and to promote selling souvenirs.
    Relation: 感知與體驗的設計迴路
    Creativity Circuits Designed From Our Experience and Sensations
    Appears in Collections:[視覺傳達設計系所 ] 感知與體驗的設計迴路

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