â€œTohaku Naviâ€ is the official smartphone guide app for the Tokyo National Museum. â€œTohaku Naviâ€ features guide courses for the Regular Exhibition ...
â€œTohaku Naviâ€ is the official smartphone guide app for the Tokyo National Museum. â€œTohaku Naviâ€ features guide courses for the Regular Exhibition at the Tokyo National Museum. Each course is designed so that it can be played back along with the exhibits within the museum, however the application can be enjoyed anywhere at your leisure. â€œTohaku Navi (Lite Version)â€ includes two courses: â€œHighlights of Japanese Art Course on the Honkan Second Floorâ€ and â€œMuseum Architecture Courseâ€, along with 3 interactive contents and a stamp rally feature. It also features a link to the â€œTokyo National Museum: 30-minute Tour of the Gallery of Horyuji Treasuresâ€ app already available on the App Store. â€œTohaku Naviâ€ aims to provide an even richer experience when viewing the exhibits at the Tokyo National Museum. Contents are also available in English so that the application can be enjoyed by a wider audience. Main Features 1. â€œTohaku Navi (Lite Version)â€ includes two guide courses for the Tokyo National Museumâ€™s Regular Exhibition and a stamp rally feature. Users can choose a course depending on how much time they want to spend or their interests. Courses available: â€œHighlights of Japanese Art Course on the Honkan Second Floorâ€ and â€œMuseum Architecture Courseâ€. 2. â€œHighlights of Japanese Art Course on the Honkan Second Floorâ€ includes three interactive contents such as the introduction to the Maki-e production process and interactive viewer for the Wind God and Thunder God folding screen painting. 3. Interactive contents can be viewed from the Course Menu. 4. The app includes a stamp rally feature where users can automatically collect digital stamps according to their location. Digital stamps can be collected at 3 locations in the museum in front of the following buildings: Honkan, Toyokan, and Gallery of Horyuji Treasures. Users who collect all 3 stamps can receive an original souvenir button badge depicting the Wind God and Thunder God folding screen painting in the museumâ€™s collection. Credits Supervised by: Tokyo National Museum Planned and Developed by: Information Services International-Dentsu, Ltd., Koozyt, Inc. Supported by: Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc. Original Design Concept by: Tota Hasegawa (TOMATO) Photographs for the Toyokan provided by: SS Tokyo Co.,Ltd. Precautions when using â€œTohaku Naviâ€Ã¯¼š Please use earphones when using â€œTohaku Naviâ€ while in the museum. Please follow staff guidance at the museum and refrain from actions that may disturb other visitors. Works in â€œTohaku Naviâ€ may not be on display at the museum when you visit. The stamp rally feature is not available on devices that do not support GPS.
Size: 32.13 MB
Price: 0,00 €
Day of release: 0000-00-0