How augmented reality could save hidden museum collections

How augmented reality could save hidden museum collections

The Dutch National Museum of Antiquities (Rijksmuseum van Oudheden) in Leiden has, in an attempt to make more of their collection available, collaborated with researchers at TU Delft to develop a new way of viewing artefacts.  

Using Microsoft's HoloLens headsets, the museum intends to show visitors far more than what they would normally have on display using augmented reality.

Check out the video to see exactly how it works. 

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Kiri Scully


Kiri Scully

Raised a global citizen, to an Irish father and American mother, Kiri has lived and worked in five countries over three continents. Fuelled by culture curiosity at an early age,...

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