24. - 26. November 2022 MUTEC

MUTEC offers an interdisciplinary programme aimed at museums, archives, libraries and other cultural institutions. Here you will find all the news about our exhibitors' products, technologies and services.

Exhibitors present themselves

26/10/2022 - Exhibitors present themselves Exhibitors Present Themselves: Zeutschel For more than 60 years, Zeutschel has played a key role in the digitisation and long-term preservation of valuable cultural assets in museums, libraries and archives. The global industry leader for overhead scanners is currently introducing its newest product highlight, the OS A. Museums will now be able to digitise their complete collections with only a single scanner. Continue reading
26/10/2022 - Exhibitors present themselves Exhibitors Present Themselves: weTellmedia weTellmedia supports museums in conveying complex content to a broad public in a comprehensible, evocative and interactive way. Whether on-site or online, the company uses innovative audiovisual formats to create impressionable and emotional access to topics, people and objects of particular interest. Continue reading
26/10/2022 - Exhibitors present themselves Exhibitors Present Themselves: Metaseum Metaseum is the metaverse of CULTURE: a digital space where you can visit all museums, monuments and galleries around the world in one place. Our metaverse is a fully immersive and interactive experience, powered by Unreal Engine 5 and Polygon. We work together with leading cultural institutions so that the created spaces are authenticated and licensed, making art and culture accessible worldwide. Continue reading
18/10/2022 - Exhibitors present themselves Exhibitors Present Themselves: Laville Braille Do you want to adapt your museum to specific target groups such as the visually impaired and people with intellectual disabilities? Are you looking for simple solutions to improve the accessibility of your collections? For 17 years, in our Parisian workshop, we have been designing and printing tactile and visual media for numerous cultural institutions in France and Europe. Continue reading
18/10/2022 - Exhibitors present themselves Exhibitors Present Themselves: United Screens An innovative way to attract visitors: United Screens' 3D systems create virtual, holographic 3D images that can be viewed without visual aids. Artefacts and exhibits appear suspended in the "air" and are indistinguishable from their real-life counterparts. The digital twins of objects held in archives can inspire viewers in a reticulated form. They can even be animated using the available interaction options. All this ensures that exhibits and related information are better retained in the memory. Who could forget a wink from Nefertiti? Continue reading
18/10/2022 - Exhibitors present themselves Exhibitors Present Themselves: AHLBORN Mess- und Regelungstechnik In order to digitize sensors from any manufacturer and connect them to flexible data loggers, AHLBORN has developed a measuring technology that focuses on the connector plug. By using powerful microprocessors, self-sufficient digital sensors are created which themselves function like a measuring device. Continue reading