This paper presents a brief overview of the design and evaluation process of a Virtual Heritage (VH) experience for children in the context of Refugi 307, a bomb shelter built during the Spanish Civil War. The shelter currently belongs to the History Museum of Barcelona, which provides guided tours through the cultural heritage site for schools and the general public. The goal of the study is to evaluate suitable design methods to define the requirements for the design of a first prototype grounded on the World-as-Support (WaS) interaction paradigm, which is based on projective Augmented Reality (AR). We conducted an ethnographic study and Participatory Design (PD) workshops in order to analyse different aspects of the requirements and to include multiple needs and viewpoints of the involved children.
Santos, Maria; Schaper, Marie-Monique; Pares, Narcís. Moving through the past: design and evaluation of a full-body interaction learning environment for a public space.. In: -. In Proceedings of the XVIII International Conference on Human Computer Interaction (Interacción '17).. 1 ed. ACM New York, NY, USA.; 2017.