In response to the growing number of smart exhibits in the global cultural and creative industry, AUO had Space4M team up with one of the world's best animators, Digimax, to bring together the digital collections of the National Palace Museum in a smart interactive space. Located in the lobby of the museum, this display space is a blend of technology and art. It consists of a 12-meter "interactive collection guide wall", the largest in Asia, using 20 pieces of AUO 55-inch high-spec screens. The large video wall creates an eye-catching design and offers high resolution, low reflection, and extreme narrow bezel. An extreme narrow 1.8mm bezel-to-bezel design allows a nearly seamless visual experience that lets visitors focus on the overall image and enjoy an immersive experience. The idea of an interactive guide wall comes from the National Palace Museum's curio box. With an intuitive user interface and infrared sensors, the wall allows multiple individuals to select, drag, slide, among other gestures, at the same time to easily view images, videos, animations, or 360 panoramic view, descriptions in calligraphy from more than 300 pieces at the National Palace Museum. This integration of O2O enriches the interactive experience of visitors.
AUO and Space4M will continue to support the digital transformation while applying their expertise in cloud and software and hardware integration to develop innovative exhibit applications. A combination of advanced display technology and creative exhibits can bring a personalized and immersive experience to audiences.
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