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Vietnam Heritage Sites in 3D

photo example of Vietnam heritage

Heritage sites are often one of the destinations in tourism programs. Vietnam heritage treasure include 3,500 national monuments, more than 4,000 national intangible cultural heritages, and 8,000 traditional festivals.

From an article in Vietnam Net by Tinh Le.

The administration has developed apps and utilities to support businesses and tourists, such as Vietnam Travel, tourism administration and business app, smart tourism card under the Vietnam card – one national card, and Vietnam Tourism Yellow Page.

Data about heritage and relics will be digitized to become assets for preservation and promotion, under a roadmap set by MCST.

The center is building a 3D digital database about the national special relic Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam. The system is built on an open platform, with the latest digital technologies in the field of cultural relics (3D Laser scanning digitization technology, virtual reality AR/VR…etc.) and 4.0 technology (cloud computing, AI, Big Data…) that share digital data, contributing to Hanoi’s task of “building a creative city and developing cultural industry”.

As digitized products, these cultural items will be available to the community, researchers, domestic and foreign travelers more easily, creating added value services to preserve and develop heritage sites and intangible cultural heritage.

Museums now provide online tours, 3D images of exhibits, and automatic guide technology in different languages. They also give answers to visitors’ questions and interact with visitors. 3D scanning and printing technology is used to restore, duplicate, and produce artifacts for a variety of uses.

For the complete article on Vietnam heritage CLICK HERE.

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