China News Service , Taiyuan, March 12th,

title : "Crossing" Jinyang City, Northern Qi Dynasty: Science and Technology Empowers Museum "Tide Expression"

  Author Gao Yuqing Hu Jian

  Travel back to the period of Eastern Wei and Northern Qi, and walk among the ancient streets and alleys of Jinyang City, feeling the "fireworks" of the ancient world.

It sounds like a "Shibian Nights", but now, technology empowers the museum's "tide" expression, making all this "possible".

The immersive corridor of "Bafu Bedou".

Photo by Gao Yuqing

  3D scanning, VR, holographic images, screen projection... In recent years, in museums across China, in addition to conventional methods such as voice explanation, text introduction, and picture display, various digital technologies have emerged one after another. These "fancy" innovations attract More and more people are "walking" into ancient times and approaching history.

  On the 12th, the reporter came to the Taiyuan Museum to visit the "tide application" in the museum.

  In the ongoing "Splendid Taiyuan History and Culture Exhibition", the application scenarios of digital technology can be seen in several exhibition areas such as the murals of the tomb of Xu Xianxiu in the Northern Qi Dynasty and the tomb of Yu Hong.

Among them, an immersive corridor called "Bafu Bedou" has become a "Internet celebrity check-in point" for visitors.

"Tide App" in Taiyuan Museum.

Photo by Gao Yuqing

  The reporter followed the staff along the center of the corridor step by step, and saw one lotus flower after another "blooming" with the footsteps of the interactive projection technology on the ground, like "people swimming in the middle of a painting".

On both sides of the corridor, there are exhibition panel walls about 15 meters long and 3 meters high. The staff designed scenes by using three-dimensional technology to reproduce the street appearance of the ancient capital Jinyang (now Taiyuan).

  Walking into the "city gate", I saw several soldiers standing guard at the gate, not far from each other, a group of people were watching the notice at the gate.

Children playing with spinning tops, vendors holding umbrellas and placing fruits, women looking at fabrics and jewelry, guests drinking tea in teahouses... The streets are full of traffic and people coming and going, a bustling scene.

The internal structure of the white marble coffin in Yuhong's tomb is displayed through ice screen projection.

Photo by Gao Yuqing

  Gan Lu, a commentator from the Public Service Department of the Taiyuan Museum, introduced that the camels, carriages, and buildings in the picture were designed according to the characteristics of Jinyang City during the Eastern Wei Dynasty and Northern Qi Dynasty at that time. feeling of the environment".

  Let cultural relics speak and history speak.

The Daizhuang Jin Tomb exhibition area in the museum consists of an immersive tri-fold screen, a ground atmosphere screen and a transparent screen.

According to reports, through digital means to deconstruct the tomb building, let the elements on the mural "live", this immersive visual experience experience, allows tourists to experience the "underground world" and explore the tomb culture of the Jin Dynasty.

The Daizhuang Jin Tomb exhibition area in the museum consists of an immersive tri-fold screen, a ground atmosphere screen and a transparent screen.

Photo by Gao Yuqing

  The above-mentioned technological means not only bring "new" experiences to tourists, but also add a lot to the work of commentators.

Ganlu has been engaged in commentary work for 7 years. In her opinion, compared with text commentary, this technology experience is more vivid and intuitive, and tourists are more acceptable and interested.

"High-tech can assist our explanation content, so that tourists can understand the historical relics more comprehensively."

  From the historical knowledge learned in the textbooks to witnessing the archaeological objects in the museum with their own eyes, some student visitors believe that digital technology has activated the originally frozen history, made the text in the textbook "live", and made them "farther away from history". closer."

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