’ perspectives. The findings will not only benefit the Panorama DL, but also all end-user oriented digital presentations of Dunhuang heritage, such as interactive media presentations or 3D immersive exhibitions. The methods used in this study also provide a reference for future evaluations of digital platforms of cultural heritage in Dunhuang and beyond.The Dunhuang Mogao Cave Panorama DL is available on the Dunhuang Research Academy website http://en.dha.ac.cn/ . It includes 17 scenes: the surroundings of the academy, the exhibition center outside the Grottoes, and 14 caves
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