ByMichel Turek 2019-12-31 1241
The idea behind the VR studio in Paris to create a 3D experience is that if you want to learn more about painting and history, you have to look at her up close. In addition, users who cannot reach the Louvre can get the same experience from home.
HTC has a special room in the exhibition with 11 VIVE Cosmos devices, where visitors can try it out. "this is the first time we have used virtual reality as a tourist experience project in the Louvre," said Dominique de Font R é aulx, director of art project interpretation at the Louvre.
Mona Lisa: Beyond the Glass is a complete 3D model of the woman in the painting. Virtual reality artists use X-ray, infrared and refraction data collected by the Louvre to infer what her face and body might look like, and study perspective to infer the length of her nose and other details. They also made a detailed redesign of her clothes to ensure that they could be truly folded as she moved.
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