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The purpose of the work described was to investigate the use of the Virtual Reality Modelling Language (VRML) as a tool to distribute tourist information across the web. This was done by the creation of a web site containing two Virtual Reality models of tourist interest. These were then valuated using a number of techniques both online and offline. This paper describes the methods used to create and evaluate these models as well as giving a overview of some of the results obtained.
McAtamney, H. & McDonnell, C. (1999) An investigation into the use of the Virtual Reality Modelling Language (VRML) as a means of distribution Virtual Reality Tourist Information across the World Wide Web. Hospitality Information Technology Association (HITA) Conference, Edinburgh, May 21-24.