The National Museum of Singapore opened its very first digital museum last January 31. Gallery10 "Art of the Rehearsal" is composed of advanced projection technology where the visitors can interactively explore the combination of arts, culture, and technology. In here are more details about the latest innovation the country has just picked up for everyone.
According to the Star, the newest addition to the roster of brilliant museum's galleries will be an outstanding collaboration of arts and technology. Renowned artist Sarah Choo Jing, along with another equally talented cinematographer Jeffery Ang will be heralding the first installation of the showcase, "Art of the Rehearsal."
"The role of the museum has changed over the years, expanding its focus beyond presenting things of the past to include creating a connection with the present." Director Angelita Teo said. "Gallery10 is a space that provides us with the opportunity to do just that and more," she added on the same report.
The goal of The National Museum of Singapore isn't only to show everyone the richness of their country's culture and their citizen's talents. With it, they also want to connect with everyone who will visit the place thus the groundbreaking collaboration of arts and technology. This will surely be a hit with the younger crowd which prefers this kind of innovation.
On the other hand, Chanel News Asia also shares some notable details about National Museum of Singapore's first ever digital gallery. "Gallery10 has provided us with a blank canvas with infinite possibilities to create an experience like never before," this is what Sarah Choo explained on the report. She also explained that through it the beauty of art can be captured better in a 3D version.
To conclude, National Museum of Singapore's Digital Museum can be enjoyed now! Make sure to drop by and see the wonder of art and technology as one.