The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic has compelled many industries and institutions to reinvent their operations. The interaction-heavy art industry is most affected because the lockdown and social distancing have heavily hindered the sales process. However, this pandemic has not reduced the demand for consuming art and culture. Museums are still an attractive and renowned attraction, even in these trying times. Some people are ready to appreciate and purchase artwork— but can’t because they are hesitant to go out of the house, turn up at open houses, and visit display homes.
In this case, there is no doubt that large-scale home builders need to act quickly to serve their potential customers during these challenging times.
Going virtual to attract larger audiences
Here at Interactiva, we believe that going virtual is one of the best solutions to grow your customer base and audience in the arts, entertainment, and recreation sectors. Consider investing in high-tech, interactive, and immersive virtual 3D engagement materials.
One great example is the 3D virtual tour of this Art Fair’s art collection:
The project above is one of our works during the pandemic. This became super valuable after they were able to reopen to continue engaging audiences across the country and worldwide.
More and more large-scale museums in the country are investing in virtual displays to thrive in this new digital environment. At Interactiva, we take a step further by trying to incorporate 3D technologies with the Metaverse, a unique offering among our competitors.
Opt for high-quality work if you plan to offer a virtual museum. Using this technology is more than just a quick fix. We are looking for an ‘alternate reality’ when offering a virtual world museum–as part of the entertainment industry, the sector looks to engage and inform audiences.
Engage International Audiences
Products of modern imaging techniques such as 3D virtual tours lead the world closer to the Metaverse — the time when people enjoy virtual experiences, and the online interaction process is seamless.
Patrons and art connoisseurs are getting used to digital transformations and convenient transactions. Therefore, having the ability to tour a museum virtually is essential and will entice them to want to go in person and learn more.
Also, the country’s most prominent museums consider today’s safe virtual experiences as a new way to work post-lockdown.
With each passing day, it becomes clear that we are never going back to the way things were.
How our studio can help you
Here at Interactiva, we believe that the 3D virtual museums we offer to your sector encounter will become their expectations for convenience tomorrow in this new digital age of the Metaverse.
So, if you embrace this technology, think beyond managing your way through this paradigm shift. Think of it as your train ride to the future.
Remember, it’s not only about how well you weather this storm and adopt virtual solutions. It is about how well you made your services more flexible, resilient, and valuable to your clients while providing invaluable personal experiences.
Start with a free consultation with us — we are the best people to talk to if you want to know how to harness the power of 3D virtual solutions. Get in touch here.