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Table 1 Respondent characteristics

From: Evaluating visitor experience of digital interpretation and presentation technologies at cultural heritage sites: a case study of the old town, Zuoying

Gender Distribution Age Distribution Field of interest Distribution Experience visiting cultural heritage sites Distribution Experience using on-site cultural display settings (N = 71) Distribution
Male 28 (34.6%) 13–20 30 (37%) History 50 (61.7%) None 10 (12.3%) Information boards 48 (67.6%)
Female 53 (65.4%) 21–30 29 (38.5%) Culture 52 (64.2%) Visited 1–5 different sites 48 (59.3%) Literature and historical text 43 (60.6%)
   31–40 7 (8.6%) Architecture 41 (50.6%) Visited 6–10 different sites 9 (11.1%) Simulation items and models 43 (60.6%)
   41–50 6 (7.4%) Art 30 (37%) Visited more than 10 different sites 14 (17.3%) Navigation (manual or navigators) 31 (43.7%)
   51–60 6 (7.4%) Cultural heritage 41 (50.6%)    Multimedia (movies or animations) 44 (62.0%)
   61–70 3 (3.7%) Digital technologies/products 19 (23.5%)    Digital interactive applications (interactive devices/AR/VR/etc.) 16 (22.5%)
     Digital art 19 (23.5%)    Others 16 (22.5%)
     Digital games 19 (23.5%)     
  1. Note: Only respondents who had visited cultural heritage sites (N = 71) needed to answer the question about their experience of using on-site cultural display settings. The field of interest and experience using on-site cultural display settings results are presented using percentages of cases; thus, the data summation exceeds 100%