How 3D exhibition works

Like a real exhibition

You can walk around the rooms, listen to the audio guides, learn more about the works of art on display.

Where and when you want

You can access the exhibition at any time, with Internet connection.

Always on line

You don’t need to register, there is no ticket, you can log in whenever you want.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to move around a 3D exhibition?

Click and drag with the mouse to move around in space, or tap with your finger if you are on a mobile device. You can also move around using the directional arrows at the bottom right or the keyboard commands (arrows or W A S D). You can also access this information within the 3D exhibition with the “?” button at the top right.

3D virtual exhibitions are dynamically generated from ENIT’s Digital Archive. You can browse virtual rooms, works, photographs, audio, video, … Rooms and contents are designed and managed by the museum curators of ENIT Agenzia Nazionale del Turismo.

No, the enjoyment of the 3D exhibition does not require additional installation. You can use a browser from your personal computer or mobile device. For a better enjoyment of the experience, we recommend a system with last or penultimate generation processor, dedicated graphics card and at least 8 GB RAM.

Yes, you can also access the content via mobile device. The enjoyment of the 3D exhibition on a smartphone must be done with the device in a horizontal position, in order to obtain the maximum width. The user experience depends on the model and generation of smartphone used, RAM memory on the device, the user experience may be limited.

You can access the virtual exhibitions through the main browsers available on the network: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, … . The browsers must support the WebGL graphics library and, preferably, be updated to the latest version available.

Virtual Exhibitions are generated dynamically, through WebGL (Web-based Graphics Library), from the ENIT database.