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Museum digitization - an indispensable trend in the technological age

Promote the application of technology

At the seminar  "The new role of the Museum in modern society: Culture - Communication - Creativity"  co-organized by the Museum of Fine Arts of Vietnam, Goethe Institute Hanoi from October 19-21, Chantal Eschenfelder, Director of Education and Communication, Staedel.Frankfurt Museum (Germany), said that with limited space and space while the demand for visitors is increasing, the best choice for a museum is Expand the display space in the form of digitization. From there, the collections will come closer to the people, including the rarely-displayed collections. 

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The Staedel.Frankfurt Museum has digitized nearly 25,000 artifacts, built over 100 digital movies on social networks, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors, tracking ... 

Thanks to these modern applications, the number of people visiting and researching at the museum has reached over 1 million people a year, more than double the rate of traditional methods. 

In order to further improve the performance, the Staedel.Frankfurt Museum will launch a modern online painting project with more interactive features. Further elaborate the project of building digital collections in the direction of linking time, space, content, author, subject ...

Founded in 1954, the Malacca Museum (Malaysia) has a network of more than 24 museums, 12 galleries, exhibiting over 26,000 artifacts and a huge collection of artifacts.

To attract visitors, this museum has implemented a unified management under the ISO program and applied open source.

Syahldah bteb Abu Sah, curator of Perzim.Malacca (one of the museums under the Malacca Museum) shared to catch up with the times, the museum uses search technology on each object to help the public can Quick, easy information retrieval wherever, at any time.

The museum also actively introduces information, activities on the site and social networking sites Facebook; Building mobile application programs, in collaboration with two Google and Samsung corporations that support the digitization of images and linking cultural heritage at the museum.

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In Vietnam, Virtual Museum, the first 3D interaction has been applied to introduce the exhibition "Buddhist Heritage Vietnam" and "Vietnam Old Lamp" from 2013. This is also considered. Breakthrough in museum operations of Vietnam National Museum of History. 

With regard to this new technology, Master To Thi Thuy Lam, Head of Communications of the Vietnam National Museum of History shared that the museum inherited the research methodology, developed the contents, ideas and messages of the museum. combined with the technological features that museums around the world have deployed.

The museum also uses the latest technology to build more modern and bold features of Vietnam.

With the application of 3D technology, the museum has initially completed the digitization of 14 national treasures. In the coming time, the Museum will continue to digitize other typical artifacts in the direction of prioritizing 3D artifacts for specialized exhibitions, adding 3D digitized artifacts to permanent exhibition. 

Also in Vietnam, 3D MASTER CO., LTD. Is deploying high quality digital service packages and the best cost to develop this field. 

Diversification activities

The application of science and technology to the preservation and promotion of cultural heritage values ​​in general, museum objects in particular creates new opportunities for museums in attracting visitors but also sets Challenged by the need to appreciate the historical values, culture of the growing public.

This is also what makes modern museums outside the application of technology also interested in the diversification of types, activities, services.

Professor Dr. Christiana Haak, Deputy Director General of the National Museum Berlin (Germany) shared, the system of museums in Berlin plays an important role in social life as well as building urban space. Since 1999, Germany has mastered the museums to fit the cityscape and surrounding areas.

The National Museum of Berlin consists of a system of 15 museums and 3 institutes with a lot of artifacts and artifacts. Currently, the Museum organizes many activities should be added more new functions and services to serve the needs of guests such as building additional areas serving coffee, food, souvenirs, sitting and exchange of information ...

This also means that the new management functions of the museum are also added in addition to the old functions. Due to the diversification of activities, museums in the system have received 11.9 million visitors per year of which up to 2.87 million visitors stay in the city for several days. 

Recently, the Museum of Ethnology of Vietnam has become a familiar place with many people in Hanoi capital, especially children, youth and families. The museum is no longer a space reserved solely for scientists, researchers or visitors.

According to Associate Professor-Doctor Dang Van Bai, Vice President of the National Council of Cultural Heritage, the model of Museum of Ethnology in Vietnam is a way of the museum's future. The museum not only displays the artifacts of the past, but also includes the connection between past and present, the interaction between artifacts and visitors.

To achieve that success, the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology encouraged the participation of cultural subjects in the activities; Encourage them to present their thoughts, express their cultural understanding.

The exhibitions, education, visits, seminars, performances ... at the museum are organized regularly, thematically, associated with the community, with preservation and development of handicrafts, art of the people. In addition, the activities of communication, marketing, food service, souvenir shop, ... are also the Museum of Respect. 

Vietnam currently has 147 museums, of which 36 are museums of ministries, 83 museums in provinces, cities and 4 museums managed by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. In order to have more successful museums such as the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, in line with the trend of integration in the world, Vietnam has developed a master plan for museum development from 2005 to 2020.

This planning aims to adjust and upgrade existing museums in the direction that the museum is not only a storehouse of artifacts, but also directed at the community, serving the community; to develop the type of science and technology museum and natural history; Creation of a dynamic legal framework for non-public museum development. Over the past 10 years, Vietnam has 24 non-public museums. 

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