A reception sponsored by the Exhibitors opens the Exhibit Hall at Museums and the Web Asia. New products, services, and designs are featured in a concentrated gathering of interactive multimedia museum vendors. The Exhibit Hall is also open all day on Wednesday, and from 8:00 am. to noon on Thursday for further interaction with the vendors.
In addition, LUXLAB will be demonstrating State-of-the-art Ultra High Resolution Analytical Scanning solution.
“LUXLAB : State-of-the-art Ultra High Resolution Analytical Scanning solution in Hong Kong”
Building on the resources of the Ide Laboratory, Graduate School of Engineering at Kyoto University, LUXLAB offers analytical digital scanning at ultra-high resolution with true-colour fidelity to GLAM communities in Hong Kong. LUXLAB provides archival quality data for : the preservation of cultural objects, data mining, post-production , art insurance and as the basis for innovations in content display and interaction.
During the reception, Adriel Luis, Curator of Digital & Emerging Media at the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center, will perform, “Crack the Looking Glass: Using technology to realize what museums were always meant to be,” – a multi-media, multi-lingual experience.