The Italian “Digital Museum of Cultural Heritage” which will be visited today on the Library of Alexandria, has paid homage to the host nation with two new “360 diploma rooms” on Egypt: one will let you simulate a felucca experience on the Nile and the one other a camel experience across the Pyramids of Giza.
The digital route, with a purple ribbon reducing, was inaugurated on Wednesday 11 October by the Secretary Basic of the Farnesina, Ambassador Riccardo Guariglia, and by the Director of the Library, Ahmed Zayed.
The itinerary begins with panels concerning the Bibliotheca Alexandrina after which proposes digital excursions in Rome, Florence, Venice, Castel del Monte and, within the Egyptian case, above all Benevento, a metropolis that represents the archaeological hyperlink between Italy and Egypt because of the cult of Isis . In March, receiving appreciable consideration and inflow of public, the exhibition had already been exhibited in Cairo, within the Nationwide Museum of Egyptian Civilization (Nmec) and within the Egyptian one in Tahrir Sq., in addition to already within the Library of Alexandria itself.
Due to the collaboration with the Digital Museum and its Director, Italy has confirmed itself as an undisputed chief within the digitalisation of the museum and cultural sector in Egypt, launching a wide-ranging cooperation on this discipline.
After the Nmec has already been digitized each in 360 levels and in a “3D planimetric mannequin”, within the coming months the digitization of the Egyptian Museum, the Islamic Artwork Museum, the “Gayer Anderson”, the Nationwide Museum of Alessandria and the Greek Roman of the identical metropolis simply reopened.
The Digital Museum on cultural heritage provides an instance of digital interpretative exegesis of cultural heritage, combining 4 totally different digitization fashions (360° digitization – 2D digital animation – 3D digital actuality – 3D interactive digital actuality) which clearly present some great benefits of the digitalisation of the cultural sector. The Museum has already been exhibited in Italy, Canada, in Cairo and will likely be in Bologna in January the place the digitalisation of cultural heritage in Emilia Romagna will likely be inaugurated. There’ll then be stops in Lebanon, Morocco, Algeria, Tunis and the Balkans.
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