There is not a single museum housing all 36 paintings by Johannes Vermeer. As a result, Google opted for a solution that would allow art lovers to see the artist's work in one place – your home. [19659002ÜberdieGoogleArts&GalleryAppfüriOSundAndroid(dieselbeAppdieAnfangdesJahresfürihreArtSelfiefunctionViralwas)canusepureaugmentedrealityMuseuminihremphysischenRaumplatzierenwobeisiedieselbeDynamikwieeinPuppenstubenmodellverwendenAusderVogelperspektivekönnenBenutzereinenFlügelauswählenderzueinervirtuellenGalerieinLebensgrößeerweitertwerdenkann
If you are in the gallery, you can see the paintings up close by tapping on them or tapping them twice to zoom in on them. Another click on the painting shows more information about the artwork.
The collection contains Vermeers Most The famous work "The Girl with the Pearl Earring" and his hardest-to-grasp "The Concert", which in 1990 belonged to 17 works of art stolen at the Gardner Museum in Boston.
In recent months, AR has given museums and art galleries (and even villains) new opportunities to enhance their exhibits with digital information and advanced experiences. The National Holocaust Memorial Museum of the United States and the French Museum of Planned Relief in France are among the most recent practical examples of this approach.
In this case, however, Google has chosen the opposite approach by using the widespread art of singles brought artists from different collections in a virtual space through AR, which would otherwise not be possible, especially one of these works indefinitely from the point of view the public stands.