Here are 5 technology solutions at the service of art

This article was originally published on April 14, 2021

For nearly a year, the museums have been closed, leaving many French frustrated and having no galleries or cultural sites to visit. According to a survey published in April 2021 by Tiqets, the online partner of entertainment websites, 79.4% of French people planned to visit a museum during the dismantling process. It is now possible, at a restricted scale. By entering the museums again, visitors will discover – in addition to the works before them – technological solutions to democratize or rediscover technological solutions to art.

RendR transports young and old to another era

Thanks to virtual reality, Rend He revives buildings inaccessible to the public, destroying them, destroying them, shutting them down and transporting their users to another age. The startup takes children and adults back in time to show them, through a virtual reality headset, the architecture of the building, the lifestyles and habits that prevailed a few centuries ago. It also offers to explore the past in a different way by inserting a historical picture, by flying over a medieval castle or by reviving a Viking battle. In 2016, the startup achieved Rebuilding the ancient city of Palmyra During a 48 hour hackathon.

No need to own your own VR glasses, the startup has developed its own cardboard and cardboard models, which are sold at the entrance to the attractions.

Time scale brings us back in time الوقت

Time range Gives a second life to the past thanks to 3D virtual reality. The company produces 3D films using archives that are then integrated into Timescopes and virtual reality stations installed in cities or in tourist spots at the request of its clients. In Paris, there are many passers-by that allow each of the passers-by to watch a movie that presents the region in another era.

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Timescope has installed terminals at the Royal Castle of Blois, the city of Paris or the Castle of Arras. This solution is also used to manage development or project planning.

Iconem keeps endangered heritage from oblivion

foundersiconem I set out on a mission: to protect the endangered world heritage by seizing it before its complete disappearance. Founded in 2013, the company is digitizing 3D heritage sites with international organizations, governments, UNESCO… Some of these digital reproductions lead to immersive exhibitions.

MuseoPic turns your smartphone into a visual guide

MuseoPic It gives a new dimension to cultural mediation. Thanks to visual recognition, geolocation and augmented reality systems, the smartphone becomes a portable guide that provides additional information on nearby work. Once the work is recognized, MuseoPic informs the visitor, who is eager to learn more in various ways: text, images, audio content, videos … At the Musée de l’Imprimerie de Lyon, the startup has gone even further by using Virtual Reality to allow visitors to turn pages Books protected in glass facades.

UMA creates and presents virtual exhibitions on its website

Universal Museum of Art It works with institutions and art galleries to deliver exhibitions that are 100% online, accessible anywhere in the world and free to viewers. On its platform, various exhibitions that collect world masterpieces temporarily or permanently are available. We enter it as a museum, and we sail from one business to the next. With just a few clicks, you can get additional information about the painting, its painter, its history… just like in a classic museum.

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Frank Mccarthy

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