Essays about: "preserving cultural heritage"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 29 essays containing the words preserving cultural heritage.

  1. 1. DEVELOPMENT OF IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE FOR THE RECONSTRUCTION OF A VINTAGE CINEMA THEATRE - Explore techniques of game design and immersive technology to recreate the experience of exploring the Flamman cinema building

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för data- och informationsteknik

    Author : PETRA BÉCZI; [2021-11-03]
    Keywords : virtual reality; Oculus Quest 2; preserving cultural heritage; Blender; Unity game engine; game design and development; haptics; immersive simulation; motion sickness; technological affordances; computer graphics; performance optimization; play testing and observation; interview; thematic analysis;

    Abstract : Virtual reality (VR) made cinema applications today can be considered as simple mediaplayers that are often set in a fictions environment without the privilege of explorabilitygiven to the user - who from the start remains seated in the virtual world. That is due tothe definition of user control which is restrained to the extent that the controllers aremoderated to the definition of interaction with graphical user interfaces such as mediaplayer buttons. READ MORE

  2. 2. Sorgträd : ett grönt kulturarv med ena roten i graven? – en undersökning av utvecklingen av sorgträd mellan 1967 och 2021 på Gamla kyrkogården i Malmö

    University essay from SLU/Department of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management (from 130101)

    Author : Elna Strömvall; [2021]
    Keywords : sorgträd; sorgeträd; kyrkogård; begravningsplats; kulturhistoria; kulturarv; hängask; hängalm; paraplyalm; hängbjörk; tårbjörk; hängbok;

    Abstract : Grönområden och träd i urbana miljöer bidrar med för oss människor nödvändiga ekosystemtjänster, men grönområden riskerar att försvinna i och med en ökad exploatering. Många kyrkogårdar fyller idag en funktion både som begravningsplats och som en grön miljö för rekreation och återhämtning. READ MORE

  3. 3. The Guardian Forest : sacred trees and ceremonial forestry in Japan

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Forest Ecology and Management

    Author : Oscar Nilzén; [2021]
    Keywords : sacred forests; shrine; Japan; religion; forest management;

    Abstract : Forests have played a major role in the development of human society across the world. It is therefore no surprise that a natural resource which is such an integral part of human life gave rise to religious beliefs, superstition and notions of the supernatural in connection to trees. READ MORE

  4. 4. Recognizing cultural value infood : Case study of Pike-Perch in Hjälmaren & Mälaren,Sweden

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Industriell teknik

    Author : Michaela Saax; [2021]
    Keywords : Cultural Value; Sustainable Destination Development; Pike-Perch; Food Tourism; Brand Identitity;

    Abstract :  Food culture emerges as a social culture and can be summarized through its historicaldevelopment process. The exploration of socio-cultural analysis of food with sociologicalapproaches has emerged in research due to the increased awareness of modern societies’motivations to discover other cultures through food. READ MORE

  5. 5. The gatekeepers of Moroccan cultural heritage : Amazigh women and the status quo

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för samhällsbyggnad och industriell teknik

    Author : Madisson Macdonald; [2021]
    Keywords : Berber women; Berber carpet weaving; cultural heritage preservation; rural gender norms; nomadic tourism; placemaking; authenticity; sustainable destination development;

    Abstract : This study aims to determine the role of Amazigh/Berber women in maintaining and preserving the cultural heritage of their people through carpet weaving, as well as how this tradition contributes to gender norms and tourism in rural Morocco. The research method consisted of conducting semi-structured interviews and a literature review of intangible cultural heritage preservation, traditional gender norms in rural areas, and nomadic tourism theories. READ MORE