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The ceiling of the gallery frescoed in the sixteenth century for the Riccardi family by Luca Giordano was reproduced full-size through a high-resolution digital mapping converted into a virtual image with anamorphic processing that allowed it to be projected on the floor. In this way, visitors were able to “walk” on the painting reproduced on the floor, experiencing a physical contact with the work, so direct and engaging that it was possible to admire the detail of the brushstrokes and appreciate the extraordinary pictorial quality. The study is designed to offer cues for enhancement of the enjoyment of cultural assets and approaches to layout design, as well as for the reawakening of individual potential and for medical research.
Date of Conference: 2-5 Sept. 2012