News from Interspectral.

Get to know the woman behind the wrappings in the newly opened Ancient Egypt exhibition at Boonshoft Museum of Discovery.

13 March 2020
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The year was 1922 in Western Thebes, along the west bank of the Nile River. Egyptologist H.E. Winlock of the Metropolitan Museum of Art was excavating mortuary temples and tombs in the Deir el-Bahari site when he found her. Hidden…

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FIND US ON STAGE AT REMIX SUMMIT IN LONDON

26 January 2020
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We are happy to announce that our UK based business developer David Hughes will present Interspectral on the REMIX summit in London next week (i.e. Tuesday 28th). He will be on stage to talk about museum interactions and digital heritage…

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Interspectral featured in a Japanese Documentary on the travelling exhibition, Land of discoveries.

29 November 2019
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On November 16th the Interspectral conference room turned into a Japanese TV Studio filled with lights, cables and camera equipment. A Japanese team with representatives from both Tokyo Shimbun and Fuji TV visited our office in Sweden to film for…

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Kreativum Science Centre enhance science education with Inside Explorer

29 November 2019
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Kreativum Science Centre in Sweden have chosen Interspectral to deliver an interactive and intuitive 3D experience consisting of an Inside Explorer touch table installed with 8 data sets ranging from human anatomy to animal physiology. Kreativum manages educational activity and…

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Reading university opens Student Exhibition with Inside Explorer

7 October 2019
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Reading University is one of UK’s largest and most well-renowned universities with more than 17 000 students. In a new collaboration with Interspectral, the School of Biological Sciences at the University has purchased Inside Explorer to feature permanently in the new…

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Chau Chak Wing Museum to use Inside Explorer to virtually unwrap a two thousand-year-old Egyptian mummy

16 September 2019
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In 2020 an innovative exhibition space, the Chau Chak Wing Museum, is due to open at the University of Sydney. The museum will bring the University’s museum and art collections under one roof. As part of this endeavour the University…

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Kulturhistorisk Museum in Oslo and Interspectral digitalizes a unique sword from the Viking era

16 September 2019
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Kulturhistorisk Museum in Oslo has entered a collaboration with Interspectral to visualize parts of the museum´s world-known collection of artifacts from the Viking Age. Together with Kulturhistorisk Museum, Interspectral has visualized the Langeid Sword, a unique Viking sword from the…

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YXLON and Interspectral together at ToScA, Florida

1 April 2019
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At the Tomography for Scientific Advancement Symposium (ToScA), March 6th-8th, YXLON and Interspectral joined forces to enhance future possibilities to bundle up. Beside that, the purpose of our participation was to network, get in touch with more content partners and…

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Kew Gardens transforms scientific data into an interactive educational experience with Inside Explorer

26 March 2019
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On March 21, the Millennium Seed Bank, a key part of Kew Gardens at Wakehurst Place in the UK, opened their new exhibition “Surviving or Thriving” that highlights some of the most significant challenges facing plants and fungi in our…

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