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AKHENATON | Polychromic restitution with HoloLens
HoloLens has reached museums and is promoting the archeological heritage
In partnership with Archeovision CNRS (UMS SHS-3D Archeovision), the Akhenaton project is part of a drive to preserve the world’s historic heritage..
Travel back in time with HoloLens
Bordeaux, 29th November 2017: The first polychromic restitution of History using holograms was presented to the world for the first time at the symposium entitled “Color restitution: The role of restitution in research on color in sculpture, architecture and murals”.
Committed to the preservation of the world’s historic heritage, CNRS decided to combine its own know-how with that of the HoloForge teams. Its aim? To showcase works of art and archeological objects sometimes dating back thousands of years, by means of all their sketches, retouching, damage and renovation.
Mixed reality at the intersection of disciplines
This project was developed with the participation of Archéovision, a department of CNRS, and Archéotransfert, its transfer and promotion department.
The aim of the Akhénaton project is to offer a wholly new form of mediation with a view to making culture interactive, fun and accessible to as many people as possible.
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