Digital Culture Ecosystem for the Campania Region
A single digital platform to manage, navigate, and explore Campania’s vast cultural heritage, rich in art, history, and traditions that encompass the Region’s local archaeological, archival, bibliographic, cinematic, musical, historic-artistic, and theatrical sectors.
The fulcrum of a strategy to build a digital ecosystem that encompasses all of Campania’s cultural heritage, which, with Cultura Campania, is developing a museum project that includes the monitoring of environmental parameters, both physical and related to visitor frequency, in order to ensure the safety of works of art, and a portal dedicated to cultural heritage, with fully immersive 360° technology.
The implemented ecosystem fulfils the local authority need to:
serving as a shared activity space for all those involved in the cultural sector
and provide services that promote tourism
between all institutional players in the local cultural industry
among ABAP bibliographic and archival assets, including cinema, theater, and visual arts
for services provided by Campania’s PAs in order to create and promote a cohesive selection of services based on the interoperability of data and applications
of the objectives set forth in the digital growth strategy
An innovative, usable, and accessible experience that preserves a vast cultural heritage by transforming it into a digital format, developed by the Campania Region through the funding of an ambitious campaign to catalogue and acquire digital versions of works of art, books, archival collections, and audiovisual materials in numerous museums, libraries, archives, and archaeological sites distributed throughout the Region.
The use of AI-driven technologies and IoT, virtual reality and augmented reality, the multi-service voice technology platform of PerVoice, an Almaviva Group company, and an integrated system of tools for cataloging and archiving cultural resources made it possible to:
(temperature, humidity, and brightness) of the primary rooms and warehouses of the MANN via IoT sensors
within the Via Duomo local museum ecosystem via remote sensors
in 3D, 360° photos, gigapixel, and IIIF images
according to the organization and sharing of resources among the organizations themselves
of the entire cultural heritage acquired
built not only by connected nodes, but also through an interactive graph, drawing from the acquired informational assets
(using web, mobile, and VR) of virtual museum displays or ancient buildings reproduced in collaboration with experts in order to facilitate the user’s learning and discovery