- Digitalized historical heritage offers a new cultural experience -
TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. (DNP, TOKYO: 7912), with its head office in Tokyo and represented by its President Yoshinari Kitajima, has equipped the new museum that opened in the Richelieu site of Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) with interest-sparking art viewers with tactile screen using a unique and interactive viewing technology developed by the company.
After the dozen-year “Richelieu Renaissance Project,” the first complete renovation of the library’s Richelieu site since its foundation in 1721, the site as a “Library for all” with its brand-new museum reopened its doors on September 17, 2022, as Europe celebrated its Cultural Heritage Day. As the only skills based Patron partner of the library from Asia, DNP has participated in the project by digitizing France’s historical heritage in 3D and innovating viewing systems for a “new cultural experience.”
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