Any city with a long and articulated past has buildings, squares and monuments linked to its history, the built heritage is its more evident direct link to the historical and artistic events that characterize the present urban asset. In between this main feature, there is the possibility that a myriad of a minor, medium or minimal sized elements may be present, creating a network of evidence, sometimes difficult to catch, but strongly connected to past events and valuable stories. It brings to light details that are often ignored or misinterpreted because of their historical peculiarities. The present research is focused on a structure based on an AR solution to make these traces in Florence downtown more accessible and discoverable. This paper base is the starting point for a special and fascinating exploration of the Florentine downtown, passing by a series of “secondary” but highly intriguing traces. In addition to the most important places and monuments, known and desired by tourists, there are details and trivia that further enhance the uniqueness of the experience in the historical and cultural city.

Fragments of Stories and Arts: Hidden and not so Hidden Stories / Verdiani, Giorgio; Rodriguez-Navarro, Pablo; Pasquali, Andrea; Ricci, Ylenia. - In: DISEGNO. - ISSN 2533-2899. - ELETTRONICO. - (2022), pp. 153-160. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Representation for Enhancement and management through Augmented reality and Artificial intelligence: Cultural Heritage and Innovative Design nel 12-13/10/2021.

Fragments of Stories and Arts: Hidden and not so Hidden Stories

Verdiani, Giorgio
Membro del Collaboration Group
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Pasquali, Andrea
Membro del Collaboration Group
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Ricci, Ylenia
Membro del Collaboration Group
2022

Abstract

Any city with a long and articulated past has buildings, squares and monuments linked to its history, the built heritage is its more evident direct link to the historical and artistic events that characterize the present urban asset. In between this main feature, there is the possibility that a myriad of a minor, medium or minimal sized elements may be present, creating a network of evidence, sometimes difficult to catch, but strongly connected to past events and valuable stories. It brings to light details that are often ignored or misinterpreted because of their historical peculiarities. The present research is focused on a structure based on an AR solution to make these traces in Florence downtown more accessible and discoverable. This paper base is the starting point for a special and fascinating exploration of the Florentine downtown, passing by a series of “secondary” but highly intriguing traces. In addition to the most important places and monuments, known and desired by tourists, there are details and trivia that further enhance the uniqueness of the experience in the historical and cultural city.
Representation Challenges: New Frontieres of AR and AI Research for Cultural Heritage and Innovative Design
Representation for Enhancement and management through Augmented reality and Artificial intelligence: Cultural Heritage and Innovative Design
12-13/10/2021
Verdiani, Giorgio; Rodriguez-Navarro, Pablo; Pasquali, Andrea; Ricci, Ylenia
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