On August 28, Vietnam Fine Arts Museum officially launched a free virtual 3D Tour, which is integrated on its website (vnfarm.vn), following a trial period.
3D Tour illustration on the official website of the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum. (Photo: screenshots/NDO)
The tour is the result of the efforts made by the museum’s staff and the support from their colleagues and friends in the country and abroad, aiming to bring the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum closer to the public.
With a smartphone or computer connected to the internet, viewers can visit the museum’s website and click the 3D Tour section or follow the link https://3d.vnfam.vn/vi (Vietnamese version) or https://3d.vnfam.vn/en (English version).
Visitors anywhere in the world are free to explore the museum’s regular exhibition spaces, admire artworks, and listen to general introductions about the displayed exhibits.
In addition, 100 typical artifacts introduced in the iMuseum VFA multimedia presentation application were also linked to the 3D Tour.
In particular, high-resolution video clips introducing two National Treasures being preserved at the museum will help visitors admire their beauty and feel their historical and artistic values.
Amid the complicated development of the COVID-19 epidemic, the technological advances are the most effective “bridge” for museums and relic sites to connect with the public.