How does VRGT work

The VRGT engine which includes a virtual panorama player and special administrative modules has been developed at Novena after several years of researching the needs of the best museums in Europe.

The VRGT engine is a multimedia tool for integration and synchronisation of different media (virtual panoramas, audio, photo, text, video animation). For visual presentation of museum or gallery space, we are using virtual panoramas (VR). Usually we record a number of VR’s in each room of a museum. The number of VR’s in the room will depend on the shape of the room and number of exhibits on display. We record as many VR’s as necessary to present the exhibits in as much detail as possible and to fulfil the client’s requirements.

How does VRGT work?

When all VR’s has been finished and placed on the exhibition map, the audio guide is integrated. This is done using a special administrative tool which allows us to synchronise the narration of the audio guide and the movement of the virtual panorama. While the narrator is speaking, we synchronise the movement of the virtual panorama (turning left/right, move up/down and zoom in/out) to show the part of the panorama being described by the audio guide.

By synchronising these steps, we can produce limitless hours of guided tours featuring an expert’s explanation corresponding to the virtual panorama desired. Using VRGT, the user can experience a tour through the whole museum or exhibition, repeat topics or jump to new ones, thereby receiving full information while having fun.

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