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Virtual tours of Public Art on Google Maps!

Public Art Work Inc is seeking partnership with cities across Florida to develop archival, easy to use, (yet dynamic) public art virtual tours. These virtual tours (similarly used in real estate and construction), provide immersive and interactive experiences, allowing people to virtually navigate through different public art sites and engage with the artworks in a personalized way (i.e. 24hr access to docent lectures and drone footage). The marketing potential seems fantastic.

Below are some key benefits and features of the public art virtual tours: This will provide information about the needs and opportunities for the public art industry.


1. Accessibility: Virtual tours make public art accessible to a wider audience, including those who may have physical limitations or are unable to visit the physical locations. It allows people from different parts of the world to experience and appreciate public art installations without the need for travel.

2. Flexibility and Convenience: Virtual tours can be accessed at any time, providing flexibility and convenience for individuals to explore public art installations at their own pace. This allows for a more personalized and immersive experience, as visitors can spend as much time as they want examining and learning about each artwork.


3. Interactive and Engaging: Virtual tours often incorporate interactive features, such as 360-degree views, zoom capabilities, and detailed descriptions of the artworks. This allows visitors to closely examine the details of the artwork, read about the artist's inspiration and techniques, and gain a deeper understanding of the artwork's significance.

4. Educational Opportunities: Virtual tours can be accompanied by educational resources, including audio guides, videos, and written materials. These resources provide additional context, historical background, and interpretation of the artworks, enhancing the educational value of the virtual tour.


5. Curated Experiences: Virtual tours can be curated to highlight specific themes, artists, or locations, allowing visitors to explore public art installations based on their interests. This curated approach can provide a more focused and curated experience, guiding visitors through a cohesive narrative or artistic concept.


6. Interactive Community Engagement: Virtual tours can also incorporate interactive elements that allow visitors to engage with the artworks and share their thoughts and experiences. This can include features such as comment sections, social media integration, and online forums, fostering a sense of community and dialogue around the public art installations.


In summary, public art virtual tours offer a convenient, accessible, and engaging way for individuals to explore and connect with public art installations. They provide an immersive and educational experience that can be enjoyed by a wide range of audiences, promoting appreciation and understanding of public art from anywhere in the world.


Join us a we develop a dynamic public art virtual tour archive. We’ll digitize your collection in 3D and make it searchable on the Goggle Maps!

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