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  Must-see Interactive Table  
 

The delicate and fragile nature of ancient paintings and calligraphy dictates that these original artworks can only be displayed for a limited period of time.– even a personal visit to the Museum does not guarantee the viewing of some famous artworks. The Must-see Interactive Tables uses digital methods such as high resolution touch screens to allow viewers to freely tap screens to zoom in and appreciate ancient paintings and calligraphy. This new digital approach welcomes in a new era of interaction with the audience, providing viewers with a different viewing experience.

 
  Must-see Interactive Table   Must-see Interactive Table  
     
  Mao-Gong Ding Interactive Tabletop of Chinese Characters  
 

The Mao-Gong Cauldron Interactive Tabletop of Chinese Characters demonstrates the evolution of Chinese characters through the 500 character inscriptions inside the Mao-Gong Cauldron. This digital presentation provides viewers with a better understanding of the inscriptions and the cultural connotations within. As the focus of the animations, the Chinese characters inscribed inside the Mao-Gong Cauldron reveal themselves as invaluable cultural resources with a combination of technology and history of humanity.

 
  Mao-Gong Ding Interactive Tabletop of Chinese Characters   Mao-Gong Ding Interactive Tabletop of Chinese Characters  
     
  A Tang Palace Rhapsody  
 

Using the painting ''A Palace Concert'' as an inspiration, ''A Tang Palace Rhapsody'' merges modern technology and media to display this new perspective of culture and multimedia interaction. Through the viewers' steps on the sensor-equipped floors, the young ladies, skillfully playing their instruments, are sent through the urban landscapes of Taipei, New York, and Paris. ''A Tang Palace Rhapsody'' transforms a classical painting into an innovative modern image. Combined with a wealth of sound effects and music, this installation gives the Tang Dynasty depiction of ladies a contemporary taste and meaning.

 
  A Tang Palace Rhapsody  
     
  Fourseans  
 

This installation uses virtual reality technology to transform the beauty of seasons. Through four different paintings: Spring – ''Flower-adorned Village and Stream among Bamboo Groves'' by Chen Kaun of the Ming Dynasty, Summer – ''Lotuses in the Wind at Tai-ye,'' by Feng Dayou of the Song Dynasty, Fall – Ming dynasty Chou Tso's ''Autumn Colors of Mountains and Trees,'' by Chou Tso of the Ming Dynasty and Winter –''Snow Scene,'' by Shen Chou of the Ming Dynasty, viewers can experience the beauty of the four seasons.

 
  Fourseans  
     
  Breezes of Early Spring  
 

Viewers can experience the majestic view of clouds passing through the mountains in this installation inspired by the Song dynasty painting ''Early Spring.'' The theme derives from the concept that all things move in a cycle, ultimately returning to their origin. According to the strength of breath blown onto the installation's screen, clouds will disperse at varying speeds and trees will sway.

 
  Breezes of Early Spring  
     
  Auspicious Birds  
 

Inspired by the popular cell phone game ''Angry Bird,'' this installation transposes images of the Ming dynasty painting ''Plum Blossoms and Wild Birds'', Qing dynasty painting ''Green Mountains and White Clouds,'' and Qing Dynasty painting ''The Peach Blossom Fishing Boat'' onto the Angry Bird characters and background. With a puff of the viewers' breath, the auspicious birds on this installation slowly fly towards the other side of the screen, elegantly landing, without causing any damage, onto a landscape of freehanded painting.

 
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