I big Thank You to the ones who have participated

The INTER-CH research project, in which SPX Lab participated in partnership with the Consiglio Nazionale Delle Ricerche (IMATI) Genova, Museo Ceramica Savona and Cittadellarte Fondazione Pistoletto, has come to an end.
The collaboration, which lasted two years, focused on the study of an innovative system using different elements, including augmented reality, smart surface, art and mathematics. The aim of the research was to promote the artistic and cultural heritage through an innovative, engaging and digital method of use, based on an innovative user experience.
During the experimentation activity , Ta.Bi, the smart table of SPX Lab, was used to present contemporary works of art, in particular Michelangelo Pistoletto's work The Third Paradise, in one of its most tangible representations, i.e. the ceramic and gold version of the work preserved at the Ceramics Museum in Savona.
The innovation of the project was, in addition to the interaction method based on objects, the direct involvement of the artist in the development of the scientific and technological project, according to the S+T+ARTS (Science Technology and Arts) principle.