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Virtual Exhibits

Diagramics Virtual Exhibits

How Diagramics is using technology to engage users in new kinds of experiences with works of art?

Diagramics’ Virtual Exhibits Platform blends art photography and technology to invite museum visitors to connect actively with the art on view through exploration and creativity.

Diagramics’ interactive virtual exhibitions solution provides near real-time access to more than 1 million photos of famous paintings, posters, postcards, furniture, painted glass and ceramic objet d'art that can be viewed on any modern Windows device, enabling numerous digital signage and digital walls scenarios.

Diagramics’ interactive virtual exhibitions solution is not a substitution for the experience of wandering a museum in person or by wandering the galleries in virtual reality headsets. On the other hand, user experience with Diagramics’ interactive virtual exhibitions is far better than a trivial clicking around a website.

A growing number of leading museums are seeing the benefits of bringing its treasures to public via photo collections API-s. Library of Congress, Victoria and Albert Museum, Tate, Brooklyn Museum Rijksmuseum, and Smithsonian American Art Museum are pioneering this trend.

MuseumLocationDescriptionTotal Objects
Library of CongressWashington, DCthe research library of US Congress, the de facto national library of the USA14 million photographs
RijksmuseumAmsterdam, NLthe largest Dutch national museum dedicated to arts and history1 million objects
Tate CollectionUKUK national collection of British art, international modern art, and contemporary art70,000
Victoria and Albert MuseumLondon, UKLondon, is the world's largest museum of decorative arts and design, housing a permanent collection of over 4.5 million objects4.5 million objects
Brooklyn Museum New YorkNew York, NYthird largest museum of New York City1.5 million objects
Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM)Washington, DCthe nation’s first collection of American art47,000 works of art