Digital technology offers the possibility of creating a "remastered" Studiolo, a virtual space in which both visual and acoustic elements can be improved compared to previous attempts at representation. At the same time, the historical uncertainty about numerous details in the arrangement of the objects in this collection requires a high level of flexibility in the digital remix, allowing the programming of a customizable virtual environment.
Isabella d’Este Virtual Studiolo is another example of how computer graphics and databases can be a valid support tool for both research and dissemination
- IDEA: Isabella d’Este Archive
- University della California Irvine
- University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
- University of Santa Cruz
The start of the project and the trailer were funded by the Kress Foundation in 2016-2017. The second phase of the project is underway and was funded by Federal funds, such as the National Endowment for the Humanities.