Il progetto NeoLuoghi presentato a EVA Florence 2014

Rigel ha presentato i risultati preliminari del progetto NeoLuoghi alla Conferenza EVA Florence 2014, nell’ambito della sessione “Access to Cultural Heritage”. L’articolo scientifico realizzato in collaborazione con i partner del progetto, si intitola “NeoLuoghi: a Solution for Cultural Experience in Places of Elective Supermodernity” ed è stato illustrato alla conferenza da Francesco Spadoni. Nel contesto di una nuova offerta culturale realizzata sia in luoghi fisici come centri storici, campi di battaglia, aree archeologiche, ecc., sia in nuove strutture come i parchi tematici culturali, il progetto NeoLuoghi ha l’obiettivo di creare soluzioni coordinate per la progettazione, la gestione e la valorizzazione di questi nuovi contesti fruitivi, rappresentati dai parchi tematici “impliciti” (centri urbani) ed “espliciti” (parchi tematici artificiali di argomento culturale).

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This paper presents the first results of NeoLuoghi, a research project co-funded by the Italian Ministry of education, University and scientific Research (MIUR) under the PON R&C program. The project proposes an innovative methodology as well as advanced technologies enabling a new paradigm for fruition of the cultural space and cognitive mediation, in “themed-parks”, based on the concept of neo- places (neoluoghi) as opposed to Marc Augé’s non-places. The paper briefly describes the methodology developed in NeoLuoghi for the automated production of myth-related narrative scripts for themed parks in a scenario of cultural fruition and gives details concerning the design of the visitor experience and in particular, the management of the social networking interactions in the themed park.

This paper presents the preliminary results of the MarcoPolo project, co-funded by the European Commission and the Italian Ministry of education, University and scientific Research (MIUR) under EUROSTARS, an innovation program addressed to European research intesive SMEs.
MarcoPolo aims at developing a mobile cross-platform metaframework based on the Open Source Roma Metaframework and Model Driven Architecture (MDA) techniques, for speeding up development for smartphones and tablets based on Android and iPhone. This is complemented by an innovative cloud- based Integrated Development Environment (IDE).

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