The Palace Museum is a treasury of traditional Chinese culture. This ancient palace not only consists of ancient buildings above ground but also includes a wealth of cultural relics buried underground. Together, these elements from the Forbidden City are all objects of our protection.
Digitization technology is able to obtain samples accurately and comprehensively so on-site information can be captured to the greatest extent possible, even if some details are not noticed at the time of recording. With laser scanning and multiview 3D reconstruction, the I.T Department and the Archaeology Institute of the Palace Museum captured and recorded these archaeological finds in a digital form. According to the concept of XR, they apply AR, VR, and other technologies for heritage protection, research, and museum exhibition. Through the digital devices, people can “arrive” at the archaeological site any time and carry out virtual surveys at close range.
The Palace Museum Archaeological XR Project is one of many endeavors by the Digital Palace Museum. We will continue to bring more intuitive, convenient, and comprehensive digital cultural experiences for fans all over the world.
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