Open Access is transforming the way the public explores art
Cleveland Museum of Art is now an Open Access institution, making world-renowned works of art from its collection—along with a wealth of metadata—available online for the public to share, reuse, remix, or simply explore.
Exploring The Met’s collection using AI
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is sparking global connections to art through artificial intelligence.
Mont-Saint-Michel: The historic 3D model comes to life
The famed Mont-Saint-Michel relief map—a 17th century icon of French innovation, history, and culture—comes to life as an immersive mixed reality experience.
Celebrating the women who defy gravity
A new installation created in partnership with Smithsonian magazine uses mixed reality to showcase women’s critical contributions to the US space program.
Dancing with holograms
Audiences watched holograms come to life on stage and interact with dancers in a first-of-its-kind performance at Case Western Reserve University that integrated the Microsoft HoloLens.
Mixed reality brings Ford GT supercars to life
Petersen Automotive Museum launches an immersive HoloLens experience that takes visitors through the engineering and design evolution of the 1966 Ford GT40 from its 24 hours of Le Mans victory to today's 2017 Ford GT.
Step inside a virtual cockpit at The Museum of Flight
The Museum of Flight teamed up with Microsoft to create 360-degree virtual tours that are giving aviation fans around the world unprecedented access to the museum’s most carefully preserved artifacts.
Experience art through the lens of artificial intelligence
The Tate IK Prize challenge was to use artificial intelligence to explore art in the Tate collection. The result was RECOGNITION, an algorithm that uncovers links between current events and art.