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  • AR brings Tate art to life to lure tech-savvy generation
  • AR brings Tate art to life to lure tech-savvy generation
    Tate Britain | Rikard Österlund (2019) ©
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AR brings Tate art to life to lure tech-savvy generation

Visitors to Tate Britain are now able to use their Instagram cameras to see some paintings come to life. Harnessing technology to create immersive experiences in museums and other cultural institutions is one way to broaden their appeal and make them more accessible and egaging. 

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