LOUVRE - DNP MUSEUM LAB
LOUVRE - DNP MUSEUM LAB
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Technologies
Louvre - DNP Museum Lab   Eighth Presentation Offerings for Eternity in Ancient Egypt: a Question of Survival
Microtiles
These highly modular LED rear projection units use a high-definition combination of cross-prism screens developed by DNP (with an external light absorption lens structure of 65μm pitch vertically and horizontally).
Anotopen
Characters or drawings made with this digital pen are recorded as digital data using a camera mounted near the tip. This allows, for example, the results of a questionnaire's handwritten responses to be collated instantaneously in digital form and displayed on a screen or on a website
"Projection mapping"— combining printed and projected images
Images are projected onto a large printed map to provide a dynamic representation of a spatial area and the context of practices related to funerary offerings.
3D laser scanning and modeling
Models were created from measurements taken of the actual works (the stela, the offering table, or the censer used in ritual offerings) by a 3D laser scanner. The images collected in this way made it possible both to reproduce simulated versions of the works and to create tangible user interface operational tools.
Augmented Reality (AR) with corrected viewpoint via facial recognition
The AR system is able to recognize the position of the face of the user manipulating the device and that of the tangible interface, in order to replicate 3D computer graphics as augmented reality, corrected according to the vanishing point that corresponds to the user's line of vision. The augmented reality result therefore gives an even more realistic impression.
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