A HOLISTIC SOLUTION INTEGRATING MULTIPLE INTERPRETATION TECHNOLOGIES TO ENHANCE SUSTAINABILITY OF POORLY ACCESSIBLE WORLD CULTURAL HERITAGE: THE EXAMPLE OF HAILONGTUN
Cultural Heritage sites with poor accessibility preventing tourists visiting, and there are few studies that specifically explore the practical problems and measures faced by poorly accessible world cultural heritage sites in terms of sustainable development. This research suggested a holistic solution that integrates six emerging technology methods and implements them with the case study Hailongtun Tusi, in Guizhou Province, China. This research provides a new idea for promoting sustainable development of world heritage based on 3D digital technology. Due to its simple technology and controllable cost, it also provides a model for other countries faced with similar issues in managing their world cultural heritage sites.