The Natural Sciences Museum will apply new technologies to enrich the experience of its visitors

The City Council approved the appointment of project management to develop the Natural Sciences Museum to display its contents with innovative resources such as augmented reality, virtual tours and 3D films. This contract, awarded to Acciona Culture Engineering, SAU, will be implemented in 9 months, in the amount of 162,351.51, and will promote the above-mentioned project designed by the Polytechnic University of Valencia and put out to tender in the Government Council for a total amount of more than 1 million euros 1,146,644.40 euros ( Including value added tax).

The aim of this initiative is to attract a wider audience as well as attract the attention of a technophile audience, both tourists and locals, who are looking for fun and immersive experiences in this cultural center located in the Viveiros Gardens that houses the best European collection of works of art. Fossils from the Ice Age in South America, which

It collects twenty skeletons and more than five thousand bones belonging to more than twenty different mammalian families.

The project to implement technological applications for the Museum of Natural Sciences in Valencia is financed with funds from the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan (Next Generation) within the framework of the Plan for the Sustainability of Tourism in the Destination (PSTD). It reflects on 9 actions consisting of augmented reality mobile application development; Producing a 3D film and providing the necessary equipment to watch it, in addition to three audio-visual materials; Or the development of two permanent interactive facilities, “History of Planet Earth” and “Cave of Hands.”

Likewise, it expects to launch two interactive mapping applications integrated into room touch screens at excavation sites and the archeology room; Furniture needed for interactive installations; Audio-visual renovation of the museum’s exhibition room; And supplying computer accessories and systems.

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