The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences
Publications Copernicus
Articles | Volume XLVIII-M-2-2023
26 Jun 2023
 | 26 Jun 2023


H. Shin, S. Im, and J. Lee

Keywords: Artefact data management, Heritage data visualisation, Artefact data visualisation, Digital heritage, Museum service

Abstract. The goal of this study was to help cultural heritage administrators, curators and museum visitors apply their understanding and knowledge of artefacts in the museum and the correlations between their embedded contexts appropriately in their work and roles. This study developed the Artefact Data Management Programme and the Artefact Data Visualisation Programme specialised in cultural heritage so people can quickly and easily access the desired information through the correlations between artefacts. The Artefact Data Management Programme combines a Windows-based data converter programme and an artefact management programme that can import and utilise the files converted by the programme. Through the Artefact Data Management Programme, users can enter, modify and delete sub-attributes to manage them. Moreover, this study also allows curators to plan exhibitions from a new perspective through the Artefact Data Visualisation Programme, which converts the entered attribute information of the artefacts into visualised content and edits it. Incidentally, visitors who are non-experts can also understand the relationship between artefacts and learn information through this webpage. In conclusion, the ultimate goal of this study was to produce useful programmes that could help museum stakeholders to edit and utilise cultural heritage data.