Corrigan Walk: Corrigan Walk Tour App

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The research revolves around "The Corrigan Walk Tour Application," situated at the intersection of augmented reality and gamification, aimed at enriching user engagement with cultural heritage. The study draws on contemporary literature (Bekele & Champion, 2019; Gonzalez et al., 2020) and builds upon Dr. Nikolche Vasilevski's doctoral research (Vasilevski, 2021) at Bond University. The project emphasises technology, location-based context, and Indigenous storytelling through art (Vasilevski, Urquhart & Birt, 2021) with a central research question focusing on leveraging gamification and augmented reality to enhance appreciation of Indigenous art and culture. Dr. Vasilevski's previous findings revealed that previous versions of the application fosters a stronger sense of place compared to traditional art tours (Vasilevski, 2021). This evolved app version, after iterative user-centered design, is now accessible to all at Bond University, aligning with the university's commitment to indigenise the curriculum and enhancing visitor experience and service quality, supported by the Office of Engagement and Patrick Corrigan. Its potential impact extends globally, serving as an innovative solution for museums, educational institutions, and cultural sites, facilitating a deeper connection with cultural heritage.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherApple App Store
Publication statusPublished - 20 Jun 2023


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