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Reconstrucción y activación del patrimonio artístico con tecnología audiovisual. Experiencia de Taüll 1123
Mateos Rusillo, Santos M. (Santos Miguel); Gifreu Castells, Arnau
With the aim of preserving artistic heritage, museums have typically removed paintings and furniture from the places they were created for. Over the decades, the curators of these places have begun to request that these artistic works be returned, conscious of the significance that many of these works now have. Some institutions and museums have responded to these requests by providing copies of the original works. Although traditionally these copies were handmade, digital resources, such as audiovisual technology, are now being used. The Taüll 1123 project (Lleida, Spain) is an example of the use of these new tools for the benefit of artistic heritage and of modern visitors.
2014
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