Angeliki Chrysanthi
Angeliki Chrysanthi
Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Cultural Technology and Communication, University of the Aegean
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The museum as digital storyteller: Collaborative participatory creation of interactive digital experiences
M Roussou, L Pujol, A Katifori, A Chrysanthi, S Perry, M Vayanou
MW2015: Museums and the Web 2015, 2015
442015
Cultivating mobile-mediated social interaction in the museum: Towards group-based digital storytelling experiences
K Katifori, Perry, Vayanou, Pujol, Chrysanthi
MW2016: Museums and the Web 2016, 2016
29*2016
Archaeological computing: towards prosthesis or amputation?
A Chrysanthi, P Murrieta Flores, C Papadopoulos
Archaeopress, 2012
142012
Personalized and content adaptive cultural heritage path recommendation: an application to the Gournia and Çatalhöyük archaeological sites
G Alexandridis, A Chrysanthi, GE Tsekouras, G Caridakis
User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction 29 (1), 201-238, 2019
122019
Collocated interaction in cultural storytelling experiences: How to coordinate visitor actions
M Vayanou, A Katifori, A Antoniou, A Chrysanthi
proceedings of the workshop Collocated Interaction: New Challenges in'Same …, 2016
112016
Archaeology in the digital era: papers from the 40th Annual Conference of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA), Southampton, 26-29 March 2012
T Sly, P Murrieta-Flores, G Earl, C Papadopoulos, I Romanowska, ...
Amsterdam University Press, 2014
112014
Thinking Beyond the Tool. Archaeological Computing and the Interpretive Process
A Chrysanthi, P Murrieta-Flores, C Papadopoulos
Archaeopress, 2012
112012
‘Tangible pasts’: user-centred design of a mixed reality application for cultural heritage
A Chrysanthi, C Papadopoulos, T Frankland, G Earl
Archaeology in the Digital Era, 31, 2014
92014
Quick and dirty: streamlined 3D scanning in archaeology
J Knibbe, KP O'Hara, A Chrysanthi, MT Marshall, PD Bennett, G Earl, ...
Proceedings of the 17th ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative …, 2014
62014
Reflections on the rocky road to E-Archaeology
G Carver, M Lang, G Earl, T Sly, A Chrysanthi, P Murrieta-Flores, ...
Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA …, 2012
62012
The Camera “at the Trowel’s Edge”: Personal Video Recording in Archaeological Research
A Chrysanthi, Ċ Berggren, R Davies, GP Earl, J Knibbe
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 23 (1), 238-270, 2016
52016
Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam
G Earl, T Sly, A Chrysanthi, P Murrieta-Flores, C Papadopoulos, ...
The Netherlands, 118-130, 2013
52013
Visitor movement and tracking techniques. A visitor-sourced methodology for the interpretation of archaeological sites
A Chrysanthi, GP Earl, H Pagi
International Journal of Heritage in the Digital Era 1 (1_suppl), 33-37, 2012
52012
Retracing prehistoric population events in Finland using simulation
T Sundell, J Kammonen, M Heger, JU Palo, P Onkamo, G Earl, T Sly, ...
42013
Thinking beyond the Tool
A Chrysanthi, PM Flores, C Papadopoulos
Archaeological computing and the interpretive process 2344, 2012
42012
“Let Them Talk!” Exploring Guided Group Interaction in Digital Storytelling Experiences
A Katifori, S Perry, M Vayanou, A Antoniou, IP Ioannidis, S McKinney, ...
Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH) 13 (3), 1-30, 2020
12020
Augmenting archaeological walks. Theoretical and methodological considerations
A Chrysanthi
University of Southampton, 2015
12015
Research chronotopes: Investigating the time-space of archaeological excavation
R Davies, P Bennett, M Fraser, J Knibbe, A Chrysanthi
CHI’13 Workshops Proceedings, 1-4, 2013
12013
Management of archaeological walks and emerging technologies: Building up a framework
A Chrysanthi, G Earl
12010
Cultural Heritage and Social Experiences in the Times of COVID 19
M Vayanou, A Katifori, A Chrysanthi, A Antoniou
AVI2CH 2020 Advanced Visual Interfaces and Interactions in Cultural Heritage, 2020
2020
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