This is about a revolution in museum, culture, education ...
The European Commission for ITC inclusion (Paul TIMMERS, Director) said it is a revolution and it will bring a new paradigme.
The concept is the behavioral geovector and the system is able to get informations (audio, visual...) without any manipulation, just by looking something and according my interest for what I am looking
Without any kind of suplementary equipement (rfid, wifi etc.)
Inside as well outside
free hands, directly usable by all publics (disable or not)
And to get a reconstitution of my way, according my point of view and my preferences on my compute
I would be delighted to give you more info about Percipio
The system is fully operational. It has been tested in real condition for more than one years. A demo will take place in the Museum of Art et Métiers in Paris
Here some experiment I thought after reading your comment
Imagine the visitor with the system and a pair of screen glasses. The user is moving, he can be guided and at certain points, an "artefact" appear on the glasses. It can be a virtual recons which appear on some ruins or a complete virtual art inserted virtually in the reality.
The picture is about an operational tour around the Versailles's Canal :-)
I would be delighted to collaborate or at least to answer your questions.
Concerning testing experimental devices for museum, the PLUG program during the sciences days at the musée des Arts et Métiers in Paris, is dedicated to test in real condition with public, new and experimental system.
The PLUG is establishing a "path" with some "actions" the system has to fill full as much as possible such getting information according the point of view on the same artwork, tracking etc.
Apple, Google, France Telecom, samsung were there
Result, Percipio win by KO :-)
If you want more details
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