THE VIRUS : Context based learning program in museum environment

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Hosan Kim, CKD Kochon Foundation, Korea, Jenn Rhee, CKD Kochon Foundation , South Korea

Published paper: THE VIRUS: Context-based learning programs in the museum environment

The VIRUS is a game-based convergence learning program combined with mixed reality and storytelling. This program offers participants an immersive educational experience in regards to the museum collection and exhibition. The unique structures of the program range from storytelling to digital experience media, such as augmented reality, virtual reality, and role-play elements. The presentation will be held in a case study format, and participants will have an opportunity for questions and discussion.

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