Museums face a game-changer worldwide. The Covid-19 crisis and establishing a new connection with the younger audiences have led to a rethinking of their business model.
As a result, offering multiple approaches to learning through a participatory focus is the golden rule to succeed during these challenging times.
This is where new technologies come to the rescue by making the most out of the art experience, bringing a new way of enjoyment and inspiration to the visitors.
Immersive technologies like Augmented Reality (AR) are transforming how art is created and consumed by adding a digital layer to physical pieces.
AR gives a highly life-like experience, while it offers museums, galleries, and cultural institutions a new way to manage, display, and monetize art.
Take your audience on a unique journey by opening them the door to an innovative way of interacting with art!
Augmented Reality enhances visitor satisfaction, generates positive word-of-mouth, attracts new target markets as well as contribute to a positive learning experience
Dr. Timothy Jung. Director of AR & VR Hub
Manchester Metropolitan University
Artivive has the potential to broaden your museum’s audience by bringing art collections to life through an easy-to-use and accessible tool for everyone.
Visitors only have to download the Artivive App and scan the artwork with their devices, and then the magic of AR will do its work!
We have worked with renowned institutions in Europe and Asia, such as the Albertina and Belvedere Museums (Vienna), Centre Pompidou (Paris), Ying Art Center (Shanghai), Ilmin, and Lotte Museums (Seoul).
Are you ready to join the future of museums?