Kim Halskov, Peter Dalsgaard
In the dungeons of Kronborg, a nearly 400-year-old Renaissance castle known from Shakespeare's Hamlet, there is a statue of Holger the Dane. Holger the Dane is a mythical figure who, according to one myth, will awaken and defend the country when an enemy from beyond the borders threatens the kingdom of Denmark. Annually, more than 90,000 people visit the castle, and while most of them visit the dungeons, they usually visit the statue only briefly. How does a Danish myth relate to HCI? Well thanks to 3-D technology, we have been able to bring Holger the Dane "to life."…
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