On the occasion of the rearrangement of the Gallery of Ancient Art in Udine, Mobile 3D creates the introductory video of the tour route by employing 2D and 3D animation techniques.
In the museum, the projection is offered to the visitor among the most representative paintings and frescoes that tell the story of the city of Udine from the 1900s to the end of the 13th century.
The immersive journey through time is enriched by 3D reconstructions of the ancient settlement, reconstructions made from prints of the time and skillfully transformed into three-dimensional environments.
The narration (in Italian, English and LIS) introduces the main works exhibited in the Gallery by placing them in their context of origin and recounting the urban evolution of Udine through the most significant, for the city and for the whole Friulian territory.
The following is a short video excerpt.
The multimedia product was created using various 2D and 3D graphic animation techniques. The video shown here illustrates some of the stages of the work, in particular the meticulous virtual reconstruction of the town of Udine as it appeared in the 1700s. Starting from period prints and indulging in perspective, 3D graphic models of individual buildings were created, until a large part of the built-up area inside the walls was composed.
Photo retouching and contour techniques made it possible to animate paintings and frescoes.
The greenscreen filming allowed for increased accessibility of the multimedia product through Italian sign language (LIS) translation viewable in the Museum on a special tablet.