How Technology Is Helping The Art World Protect Itself, Jennifer Kite-Powell [31/1/2022]Γιάννης Κουκουλάς
Saul Fuerstein of New York uses a microscope to clean and restore the painting “Boy NEWSDAY VIA GETTY IMAGES
In November 1966, a flood in Florence, Italy, damaged 1,400 pieces of art beyond restoration, including Cimabue’s The Crucifixion. Beyond traditional art, new art forms have emerged – digital art collections to art NFTs and virtual reality (VR) and augmented art like Estelle Tse’s VR adaptation of Rembrandt’s The Night Watch. Every piece of art – traditional or digital – is going through the same transformation – how do you protect and preserve art for future generations?
Για τη συνέχεια από το Forbes δες εδώ.