First Virtual Room Welcomes Public in Chinggis Khaan National Museum
On November 14 or this Tuesday, as part of the celebration of National Pride Day, the first panoramic virtual room welcomed the public at the Chinggis Khaan National Museum.
On November 14 or this Tuesday, as part of the celebration of National Pride Day, the first panoramic virtual room welcomed the public at the Chinggis Khaan National Museum. During the opening of the virtual room, on the 8th floor of the Museum, an animation titled "Chinggis Khaan: The Emperor of the Great Mongol Empire," created by Jargal Production LLC was presented. The 15 animation covers the life and deeds of Temüjin-Chinggis Khaan, from his birth in 1162 to the founding of the Great Mongol Empire in 1206, creating the image of the Great Khaan realistically using cinematic animation. The Chinggis Khaan National Museum, in collaboration with Global Smart Solution LLC, was the first in Mongolia to open a virtual museum room that meets international standards. It is fully equipped with cutting-edge technologies, including projectors and lenses from the Japanese brand Panasonic, a Dolby Atmos 7.1 sound system from the German brand Neumann, and a Watchout server from the Dataton brand. Importantly, the virtual room displays high-definition images equivalent to 10 times the magnification of standard video, giving viewers a sense of reality.