As announced, The Gaud Exhibition Center It has been inaugurated in the heart of Barcelona, with a unique collection dedicated to the figure and work of the architect Antoni Gaud, with the participation – as a collaborator and technological advisor – of Samsung.
And it is that in its commitment to the cultural sector, Samsung brings to the Diocesan Museum of Barcelona the latest LFD technology for large format and videowall solutions, as well as the most advanced virtual reality technology to recreate part of the creative work of the Spanish genius of architecture.
This collaboration is part of Samsung's commitment to the cultural sector, reinforcing the legacy of creativity and sustainability of Antoni Gaud with the most innovative technology.
Celestino Garca, Corporate Vice President of Samsung Espaa, in addition to cataloging the Gaud Exhibition Center as a space called to become a reference of art and culture at an international level, has explained that thanks to Samsung's latest technology, as well as the present innovative gene in his DNA, All visitors to the exhibition "Walking with Gaud" can discover and feel the work and figure of the great architect in a different, sensitive and much more interactive way.
And is that museum visitors can live innovative experiences in the field of virtual reality, thanks to Samsung Gear VR, or enjoy augmented reality and interactive content to complement the visit, through the application with multimedia guide installed on smartphones from Samsung.
The exhibition Walking with Gaud It shows details of many of the most universally recognized works of the brilliant master such as the Gell Colony, the Park Gell or the Sagrada Familia, as well as his original method of work and even the unique models through which he granted his works.
On the three floors of the building there is a unique collection of pieces, objects and documents of the architect, gathering decades of research through a tour of the Gaud universe, in an interactive space of augmented reality and audiovisual materials created specifically for the exhibition, contents multimedia, scenographs, models and unique pieces, among others.
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