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Picasso, Monet and Mondrian coming to VR-All-Art

Testing the VR-All-Art surface scanner, developed in-house, by scanning artworks from some of the greatest artists in history.

VR-All-Art's special surface scanner, developed in-house, has been in the testing phase, digitalizing artworks of some of the greatest painters of all time. By the courtesy of the National Museum of Serbia, paintings from Picasso, Monet, Mondrian and many others will soon be included on the VR-All-Art platform in an extraordinary level of detail. All the details of the new surface scanner developed within VR-All-Art will be published after a successfully completed scanning phase. One of its advantages is that it is used directly on exhibited pieces, so paintings do not have to be taken off the wall in order for the scanning process to be performed. Another great advantage of the aforementioned scanner is the original color display. The result of the color scanning is not affected by the external light factor, as it is during the process of normal shooting. The scanning process of one painting takes about 15 minutes, and the scanner captures the original image details, texture and reflection. Aside from Picasso, Monet, Mondrian, as well as many other famous painters, the new VR exhibitions in the National Musem of Serbia will include more than 40 artworks scanned this way.