Digital interaction in the exhibition ' Whitehorse Hill: A Prehistoric Dartmoor Discovery' - how Prehistroy met the gamers and scanners
The Museum Archaeologist
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Introduction – Background to the Exhibition Whitehorse Hill: A Prehistoric Dartmoor Discovery was a temporary exhibition at Plymouth City Museum & Art Gallery, open from 13 September 2014 to 13 December 2014. The exhibition displayed finds of national and international importance, which were excavated from an early Bronze Age burial cist, constructed c. 1730-1600 BC. [...]
The research which informs this paper owes its thanks to a broad set of people: EPSRC-AHRC network cluster grant Touching the Untouchable and the AHRC development grant Touching the Past along with the Openarch EU funded project and the REACT HEIF University of Exeter grant – all contributed to the development of the ideas and eventually the installation.
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Vol. 36, pp. 110 - 124
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