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Sensation in the art world

Sensation in the art world

World’s first pigment display presented at the New York Art Museum


Out and about with Jeniffer Coleman

NEW YORK, 23 April 2024 – Last night, the New York Art Museum unveiled the world’s first pigment display capable of temporarily displaying any artwork in the world in a matter of seconds. Behind the non-luminous display is a groundbreaking technology that combines a pigment emitter and a multi-layered electromagnetic matrix. It amazes the art world.

The NYAM was the scene of a global sensation on Tuesday evening

None of the invited guests had expected such an innovation. The presentation took place as part of an exclusive event and caused astonishment and enthusiasm in equal measure. The illumination of the pictures enhances the feeling of seeing real masterpieces. However, in order to be shown on the display, the original must first be scanned by the supraspectral line scanner specially developed for the display in order to produce a spectral map.

The pigment display is the result of research and development that goes back almost 100 years and has now been realised by a team of scientists and engineers. It is capable of reproducing works of art in their original form and colour with astonishing detail.

Dr Emily White, Director of the New York Art Museum, expressed her excitement about the presentation: ‘We are incredibly proud to present the world’s first pigment display. This technology will undoubtedly change the way people view and experience artworks. The Pigment Display opens up new horizons and possibilities for the art world.

The Pigment Display is based on an innovative concept in which the finest pigment particles are positioned in a multi-layered electromagnetic matrix to display the desired artwork. This technology enables an unrivalled reproduction of artworks that was previously unattainable.

The Art Pigments Master 3000 (APM 3000) at the New York Art Museum

The guests at the event were able to experience the presentation live and were impressed by the quality and precision of the pigment display. Many expressed their excitement at how realistic the artworks on display looked.

The New York Art Museum plans to use the Pigment Display as a permanent installation, offering visitors from around the world a new and exciting art experience. The technology will undoubtedly change the way artworks are viewed and interpreted.

The unveiling of the world’s first pigment display marks a significant milestone in the art world and will undoubtedly have far-reaching implications. It is expected that other museums and galleries around the world will adopt similar technologies to offer visitors a more immersive art experience.

The New York Art Museum will open the Pigment Display to the public in the coming weeks, and art lovers from around the world are invited to experience and enjoy this groundbreaking technology for themselves. JC

From the ‘New York Evening’ of 23 April 2024

APM 3000 - the world's first pigment display

APM 3000 - the world's first pigment display

The Art Pigments Master 3000 is a non-illuminating display for the colour-fast reproduction of images using synthetic pigments (colour particles) in an airless matrix.

The APM 3000 can temporarily reproduce any image using self-generated or ready-made synthetic pigment particles. The only prerequisite for this is the existence of a so-called ‘spectral map’. This can be created directly on the device using a powerful high-resolution hyperspectral line scanner. This is a device specially developed for the APM 3000, which measures the wavelength of each point in a matrix projected onto the image.

The APM 3000 uses synthetic pigments that reflect light with 420,000 different wavelengths and wavelength combinations. The display has a screen size of 600 x 120 cm. The horizontal resolution is 101,695 particles/inch. The smallest particles are only 0.25 micrometres in size.

However, existing digital images can also be converted using the internal software and displayed with a slightly lower resolution. However, this does not achieve colour fidelity.

The heart of the APM 3000 is a powerful quantum computer. With 1,788 qubits, the PIXMAX QUANTUM 1800 is one of the most powerful quantum computers in the world.

The long road from the vision to the APM 3000

The long road from the vision to the APM 3000

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