Our scans captured the museum's entire permanent collection. This enables the Germanisches Nationalmuseum to make the south and southwest buildings of the museum accessible during the upcoming renovation, which will last several years. But from now on, the other areas of the exhibitions will also be accessible to everyone, regardless of time and place, through virtual tours. With the help of 3D models, visitors will also gain unprecedented insights into, for example, one of the most extensive collections of musical instruments in Europe.
On-site at the museum, a virtual jump into the Deutsches Museum in Munich will also be possible, enhancing both the experience and the learning experience. In addition, the Digital Twin can be used for construction documentation as well as for custodial work. The Twin can also be experienced in the next exhibition "3D Lab" as an XR Cave including gesture control. Another special scan serves an AR station.
You can quickly see that the applications with CUUUB are numerous and in use for many stakeholders.
Are you also ready to take the step into the digital expansion of your (museum) worlds? Contact us, we look forward to hearing from you!