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Epoch-making Digitization in National Palace Museum: Past-Future
The Taiwan Academy presents an exhibition that will showcase seven multi-media works, displaying the new interpretations of digital material at the world-renowned National Palace Museum.
The Taiwan Academyin Los Angeles proudly presents to you the innovative and state-of-the-art exhibition “Epoch-making Digitization in National Palace Museum: Past-Future”
This special exhibition will showcase 7 multi-media works, displaying the new interpretations of digital material at the world-renowned National Palace Museum (NPM). The impressive combination of technology and human creativity will demonstrate the transformation of multi-media in the museum through time.
This educational exhibition is a must-see for adults and young children who are interested in Chinese culture or in multi-media arts. For those who are learning the Chinese language, it will be a chance to use technology to visualize the fascinating evolution of Chinese characters.
Chinese Characters on Mao-kung Ting Interactive System, T’ang Palace Rhapsody Interactive System, Adventures in NPM: Meeting the Painting and Calligraphy Masterpieces Video, The Many Splendid Forms of Chinese Calligraphy Video, Painting Anime: Imitating Zhao Bosu's Latter Ode on Red Cliff, Contemporary Interpretation of Hundred Horses by Giuseppe Castiglione - Qing Dynasty,
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