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Deliverable 1.1: Definition of Quality Control Procedures. This document identifies the working tools and describes the processes that will be in place for the V-MusT.net consortium members as part of a quality project assurance.
Virtual Museums (VM) are a new model of communication that aims at creating a personalized, immersive, interactive way to enhance our understanding of the world around us. The term “VM” is a short-cut that comprehends various types of digital creations. Unfortunately, although its idea is not new, development and implementation researches have not, already, brought Europe to be the leader in this field, as expected. Thi sector has not reached a sufficient level of maturity, such as Cinema or Game sectors, as to be as much widespread as it should be.