We are proud to present two trailers to the audiovisual productions now on view at the Crossroads exhibition in the Allard Pierson Museum in Amsterdam:
Crossroads introduction (Trailer) from Noho on Vimeo.
Kunagota sword (Trailer) from CNR-ITABC / E.V.O.C.A. on Vimeo.
The full movies – and much more! – are to be seen in Amsterdam (until 11 February 2018), with special thanks to the technical partners in the CEMEC project:
- NoHo in Dublin created an introduction movie and animations on the travelers, the key figures in the exhibition.
- Moobels in Hilversum, Fraunhofer IGD in Darmstadt and CNR-ITABC in Rome made 3D scans of many objects from the partner museums.
- NoHo integrated the scans and other digital content from the museums in an interactive ‘Cross Culture Timeline’, projected on panoramic screens.
- CNR-ITABC and E.V.O.C.A. in Rome created holographic animations bringing to life four key objects in the exhibitions, including the ‘Kunagota sword’ from the Hungarian National Museum in Budapest.
- Moobels created animations to present, in a visual way, context information to two objects in the exhibition, by showing how they were used in the past.
- Architectura Virtualis extended an existing animation of migration patterns throughout Europe in the Early Middle Ages that is projected on the floor.