Learning is more difficult without enjoyment and it is best accomplished through fun This is sometimes called “edutainment.”
Being able to explore a masterpiece interactively means having direct close-up contact with the work. We can’t touch paintings and frescoes and our distance from them can make it hard to get the best look at them. This can make deeper study of painting technique and of figures feel more abstract and harder to achieve.
However with gigapixel images, the original colors and details are all faithfully saved and reproduced. There is one more advantage, which is being able to navigate through every little detail, really by every brush stroke. You can count all of the pearls in a necklace, look into the eyes of a character or follow the arabesque decorations on some clothing. You can establish a whole new relationship with art that is warmer, deeper and more entertaining.
Haltadefinizione is back at the “Ars Electronica Center” in Linz
Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper stole the spotlight at Deep Space LIVE.
15 March 2019
Haltadefinizione® for Digital Humanities
Haltadefinizione® at the conference "The project of digitalization of the Biblioteca Estense Library in Modena", organized within the congress “A Library that grows. Contents and services between fragmentation and integration", the most relevant convention for libraries and historical archives
03 November 2018
HALTADEFINIZIONE® at the exhibition "The Codex Maimonide and the Norsas"
An exhibition organized by Gino Famiglietti and Salvatore Settis at the Archivio di Stato in Rome.
Capture even the slightest details to use in your exclusive publications. Ultra high definition images can take us where the human eye has never gone before. They become essential for large format art books made for students and art lovers.
Come face to face with the great works.Our printed reproductions are made at full size, or 1:1 scale. With ultra high definition scanning in gigapixel format, color reproduction is true and every minute detail is visible just as on the original object.