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|Author||Widodo J., Wong Y.C., Ismail F.
|Title||DIGITAL HISTORIC URBAN LANDSCAPE METHODOLOGY for HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT of SINGAPORE|
Widodo J., Wong Y.C., Ismail F.; DIGITAL HISTORIC URBAN LANDSCAPE METHODOLOGY for HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT of SINGAPORE ;ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences vol:4.0 issue: 2W2 page:327.0
|Keywords||Architecture & Urban Heritage Inventory; Heritage Impact Assessment; Historic Urban Landscape; Reusable Big Data; Tangible & Intangible
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|Abstract||Using the case study of Singapores existing heritage websites, this research will probe the circumstances of the emerging technology and practice of consuming heritage architecture on a digital platform. Despite the diverse objectives, technology is assumed to help deliver greater interpretation through the use of new and high technology emphasising experience and provide visual fidelity. However, the success is limited as technology is insufficient to provide the past from multiple perspectives. Currently, existing projects provide linear narratives developed through a top-down approach that assumes the end-users as an individual entity and limits heritage as a consumable product. Through this research, we hope to uncover for better experience of digital heritage architecture where interpretation is an evolving €process that is participatory and contributory that allows public participation, together with effective presentation, cultural learning and embodiment, to enhance the end-users interpretation of digital heritage architecture. Additionally, this research seeks to establish an inventory in the form of a digital platform that adopts the Historic Urban Landscape (HUL) into the Singapore context to better and deepen the understandings of the public towards architectural as well as cultural heritage through an intercultural and intergenerational dialogue. Through HUL, this research hopes that it will better shape conservation strategies and urban planning. © Authors 2017. CC BY 4.0 License.
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