Immersive Digital Gallery / Pay attention Communication
Pictures: Jae Yoon Kim
Producers: Danmyun Artwork works, Yeon Object
An AR expertise zone inside the utopian backyard crammed with the scent of flowers. As you observe the scent of smoke, you’ll face a flower that holds the heat. Impressed by Hanok(conventional Korean home) the exhibition space is an idealistic area the place actuality and unreality, previous and current coexist. Traces of little birds and tiger patterned ridge illustrate the creatures of nature and the heat of nature itself. The backyard is designed to supply a snug resting area and it’s crammed with craft merchandise based mostly on usability, high quality content material with leading edge know-how, and cultural heritage.
In collaboration with the Nakhwa(conventional wood-burning) Grasp the designer has created furnishings and object for the area. Nakhwajang refers back to the artwork of adorning paper, wooden, or leather-based by burning a drawing (usually a panorama or birds and flowers) on the floor with a heated iron.
Digital Actuality (VR) takes you into a brand new world, past the boundaries of time and area. You possibly can enter the museum storage and Conservation Heart to analysis and protect valuable works from the gathering, or you possibly can awaken the spirit of Silla’s King Murmur. 661~681 by finding out the traditional reliquaries from the stone pagodas of Gameunsa Temple. By conveying the true emotion of the unique artworks, high-resolution media makes your go to to the museum extra enjoyable and thrilling. Step into the bustling streets and meet the individuals in The Metropolis of Supreme Peace, the place many animated scenes of Joseon life await you.
With a design based mostly on motifs from a Korean conventional home, Immersive Digital Gallery 2 is a perfect area for each leisure and rest. Immersed within the heat daylight from the extensive home windows, benefit from the stunning view of the rooftop backyard, with Yongsan Household Park within the distance. Have a seat on a low wood bench, elaborately adorned with wood-burning designs of peonies, “tiger-fur ridges,” and the footprints of little birds. The whole gallery reminds us that the true function of digital content material is to attach individuals and nature, yesterday and right this moment.