IMMERSIVE MEDIA FOR THE ARTS AND CULTURE SECTOR
BRINGING CLIENTS TO YOUR VENUE ANY TIME FROM ANYWHERE ON ANY DEVICE
NEW EXPERIENCES - BUILT FROM ADVERSITY
The arts and culture sector has faced significant challenges in recent years, particularly in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, one of the positive outcomes of the pandemic has been the acceleration of the adoption of technology in the sector, particularly 3D virtual tours.
3D virtual tours have a significant impact on the arts and culture sector, enhancing the visitor experience, increasing accessibility, and providing new revenue streams. As technology continues to advance, we can expect to see even more innovative and exciting uses of 3D virtual tours in the sector, which can help to promote and preserve our cultural and historical heritage.
At C3D we can work with you to enhance an existing 3D or 360 virtual tour to provide an online experience like no other for your visitors. Take a look at the tour below to explore more.
ENHANCING THE VISITOR EXPERIENCE
3D virtual tours can provide an immersive and interactive experience for visitors to museums, art galleries, and historical buildings. Visitors can explore the spaces and exhibits at their own pace, zoom in on specific details, and access additional information about the works or artifacts on display. Additionally, 3D virtual tours can provide a more inclusive experience, particularly for visitors with disabilities, who may not have been able to access certain areas or exhibits in person.
One of the most significant benefits of 3D virtual tours is that they can increase accessibility for visitors who may not be able to visit in person. For instance, visitors from other countries or remote areas can take virtual tours of museums, galleries, or historical sites, providing access to cultural and historical resources that may have been previously inaccessible. Additionally, virtual tours can provide access to sites that may be closed or under renovation
PRESERVING YOUR WORK
Virtual tours can help to preserve temporary exhibitions for museums and art galleries by providing a digital record of the exhibition that can be accessed long after the exhibition has ended. With virtual tours, museums and galleries can create a permanent digital archive of the exhibition that can be shared with a wider audience, including those who were unable to attend the exhibition in person. This digital archive can include detailed 3D scans of artworks or artifacts, interactive multimedia content, and additional information about the exhibition's themes and context. Additionally, virtual tours can provide an opportunity for curators and scholars to study and analyze the exhibition in greater detail, leading to new insights and understandings of the works on display. Overall, virtual tours can help to preserve and promote the cultural and artistic heritage represented by temporary exhibitions.
PROVIDING NEW REVENUE STREAMS
3D virtual tours can also provide new revenue streams for museums, galleries, and historical buildings. By offering virtual tours, these institutions can reach a wider audience and offer additional services, such as virtual guided tours or online workshops. Additionally, virtual tours can provide an opportunity to monetize digital assets, such as 3D scans of artifacts or works, which can be sold or licensed to other institutions or businesses.