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The Interactive Terracotta Warrior presented at ICOM in Milan

The Interactive Terracotta Warrior was shipped to Milan to be a centrepiece in the Panasonic stand at the ICOM conference.

2016.07.17 | Louise Balslev

The Interactive Terracotta Warrior at the Panasonic stand.

Rolf Bagge, Johan Ahrenfeldt, The Terracotta Warrior, Janus Bager Kristensen and Jonas Oxenbøll Petersen.

From the 3rd to the 9th of July the International Council of Museums (ICOM) conference was held to promote and discuss new ways of presenting natural and cultural heritage. The Interactive Terracotta Warrior which was previously a part of the temporary exhibition on Moesgaard Museum “The First Emperor - China's Terracotta Army” was showcased as a part of the Panasonic stand.
  In collaboration with Panasonic and Moesgaard Museum CAVI presents the use of advanced 3D-projection on a physical statue. The Interactive Terracotta Warrior was central to the talk on how to enrich the visitor experience with todays’ technology given by Jonas Oxenbøll Petersen (CAVI) and Johan Ahrenfeldt (Moesgaard Museum) as a part of the ICOM programme.

Tags: ICOM, Moesgaard, Museum, Interactive, Terracotta, Warrior, 3D, projection, Panasonic, Milan

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