L’alluvione del 1966 e la Biblioteca Nazionale
Un ‘safari’ della memorialock_openopen access
Pictures and stories from the 1966 flood at the National Central Library of Florence told in an interactive exploration. A visit to relive in the present, through augmented reality, the photographs and videos of the time observed from the same point of view of 1966, in a journey in steps that reconstructed the most important moments of the flood. The project also allowed the digitization of approximately 3,500 images of the National Library’s photographic archive scanned at high resolution, filed in the Library’s online catalog (OPAC).
keywords: Florence. Flood. Photographs. Virtual reality. Augmented reality. App.
Language: itPublished: Dec. 4, 2020