Digitizing art helps museums to raise their profile

Practice shows that bringing technology into museums helps to engage bigger audiences and make better use of commercial opportunities presented by the art in storage. British museums are employing augmented reality headsets to encourage kids to learn more about objects; American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York City offers digital learning program for youth; the Taxila Museum in Pakistan is attracting new generations of visitors by creating interactive material weaving the exhibits into a quest-like narrative. Now crypto investors actively fundraise art initiatives - and Artrium aims to help invest in trustworthy objects, summoning the expertise of its council of art professionals.

 

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