In this article, we contribute to child-computer interaction (CCI) as an evolving area of research and design. Our goal is to explore children's, as well as their families', understanding of Greek culture in the mixed-reality (MR) exhibition Take Me There: Greece (TMTG) at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis. We collected children's drawings based on interactions with physical and digital interactive installations at the exhibition. The drawings served as a useful entry point for envisioning interaction design inspirations. We realized that interactivity in the museum exhibitions fostered overall cultural empathy in our participant children and their families. Insights …
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