ETT took part in the twenty-fourth edition of the CHNT – Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies, the international conference dedicated to Cultural Heritage held in Vienna from 4 to 6 October.
The Fermi Centre legal headquarters (Enrico Fermi Historical Museum of Physics and Study and Research Centre) was inaugurated in Rome on 28 October 2019, in the famous and newly-renovated Via Panisperna building.
Canova. Eternal Beauty (Canova. Eterna bellezza) opens on 9 October and ETT-produced audioguides will be available for visitors.
On Saturday 5 October, at 18:00, the tape was officially cut and free-entry visits continued until 23:00. Outside, there were lighting effects, with musical and artistic interludes by the “aerial dancer” and Academia musicians.
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.
The innovative experiential Intesa Sanpaolo Assicura showroom, created by ETT, Deloitte Digital and Officine Innovazione, is open to the public. Creativity and cutting-edge technology now contribute to the spread of a protection culture in Italy.
Genoa is the world’s first city to adopt an “olfactory logo”. The Genoa fragrance is being diffused along a two kilometre route through the Old Town.
Tomorrow will be the last day of the most visited nautical event in the Mediterranean. This year again saw
sector operators and sea-lovers gather in Genoa, from 19 to 24 September, for the Boat Show, to find out
all the latest news in international boating.
ETT has officially joined the Milan branch of VRARA – VR and AR Association. It is the only branch in Italy and is chaired by Lorenzo Montagna.
This morning, in Matera, ETT inaugurated Il Vicinato a Pozzo (Life Around the Well), a multimedia visit that is part of the Rural Civilisation Park project. It is an urban, sociological and psychological reinterpretation of city life in the 1950s.
The Dolceacqua part of the exhibition, hosting two paintings produced by Monet during his 1884 stay on the Italian Riviera, has been extended until 18 August.
On Wednesday 3 July, at the Unione Industriale Torino (the Employers’ Association of Turin), a business and cultural coordination meeting took place. Giovanni Verreschi, CEO of ETT, was invited to speak about his company’s experiences and projects, with particular emphasis on the opportunities offered by the Revenue Sharing business model in the cultural sector.
A cutting-edge multi-media art show celebrating the work of one of the 20th century’s greatest painters opened for the first time in the UK in Liverpool on June 24th.
ITMA 2019 opened on Thursday 20 June in Barcelona. This international fair, entirely dedicated to state-of-the-art textile machinery, will run until Wednesday 26.
Smart Factory, competitiveness, digitalisation, future. These are the keywords at the event “IOT and productivity: the future is in a connected enterprise” the largest event dedicated to companies and digital evolution. It took place yesterday in Biella on 19 June, at the SellaLab headquarters.
The Best Conference Paper 2019 was awarded for the paper “Measuring the Impact of the Mixed Reality on Visitors’ Experience in the Museum. ‘The Ara As It Was’ project in Rome (Italy)” that was presented at the 5th International AR VR Conference. Changing Realities in a Dynamic World, at the Universität der Bundeswehr in Munich.
In Pesaro, yesterday afternoon, the ribbon was cut for the Museo Nazionale Rossini, the museum designed to be at the forefront of places in the city dedicated to Rossini.
A place where multinationals, start-ups and new companies could compare notes: this was Viva Technology, the important international event that took place in Paris on 16, 17 and 18 May. Over these three days, various brands explained their individual concepts of technological innovation.
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.