Master's student Alexander McRoberts created an “Interactive Heritage Environment”, based on part of the 1938 Glasgow EmpireExhibition held in Bellahouston Park in the south side of Glasgow, namely “the Scottish Avenue”. The visualisations were developed as a research tool. The environment allows users to explore the Scottish Avenue as it was in 1938 and access a selection of contextual information, furthering both the users ’knowledge and understanding of an important part of Glasgow’s history. Two versions of the environment have been developed, both focusing on a different control method.This work was supervised by Daisy Abbott.

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McRoberts, Alexander G., Livingstone, Daniel and Abbott,Daisy (2015) Another View of the Empire – Camera Control for HeritageApplications. In: Immersive Learning Research Network 2015, 13-14, Prague.

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