The new app with the official guide to Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper by ETT

Over the last year, on the 500th anniversary of Leonardo’s death, the Polo Museale Regionale della Lombardia (Museums of the Lombardy Region) and the Museo del Cenacolo Vinciano (Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper Museum) have begun a series of projects which aim to make museums like the Last Supper more accessible to the public. These sites, due to strict conservative requirements, are difficult places to visit.

ETT Virtual Reality showing italian art at the Georgian National Museum

From 31 May to 31 August 2019, the Georgian National Museum of Tbilisi (Georgia) is hosting the multimedia exhibition IMMAGICA. Italian art. A journey into beauty. This enthralling journey into Beauty, proposed by the Italian Embassy in Tbilisi, uncovers masterpieces by great Italian masters, from Giotto to Canova. The travelling exhibition is one of its kind and is the result of design and executive synergy by ETT, Centrica and Cose Belle d’Italia Media Entertainment.

ETT at the Department of Architecture of Naples

Yesterday afternoon – Wednesday, January 23, 2019 – ETT was invited at the Department of Architecture of Naples to take part in an important seminar entitled “Great museums in Europe – Architectural restoration and adaptation for exhibition purposes”, within the activities of the PhD in Architecture.


ETT al DIARC della Federico II

ETT al DIARC della Federico II

Inaugurato il primo Museo italiano dedicato a Camillo Sbarbaro

È stato inaugurato sabato 12 gennaio alle ore 17, compleanno di Camillo Sbarbaro, il primo Museo multimediale dedicato al poeta, scrittore e lichenologo, nato a Santa Margherita Ligure il 12 Gennaio 1888. Il nuovo museo Camillo Sbarbaro – Scampoli Multimediali è stato allestito all’interno di Villa San Giacomo, nel complesso museale cittadino di Villa Durazzo.

The Checco Costa Multimedia Museum in Imola awarded

The multimedia installation project of the Checco Costa Museum in Imola was curated by SPACE, a company of the ETT Group. The installation was recently awarded as the best museum installation during the COMM-TECH AWARDS.

The Checco Costa Museum has undergone a total restyling of the exhibition areas. In order to expand the layout and make the visit even more engaging, we have equipped the environments with innovative multimedia devices: 20 Canon DLP Laser projectors for high-definition projections, BrightSign multimedia players, the latest audio system generation with 18 loudspeakers, 5 touch-screen 55 “monitors, as well as equipment and software for control and monitoring from the control room.

Our cultural heritage

The photographic exhibition “Our cultural heritage: where the past meets the future” was held in Matera, at the Hypogea of ​​Sant ‘Agostino, adjacent to the church of the same name.