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Digital 3D

By January 30, 2023March 14th, 2023No Comments


The virtual world has access to a wide range of art and architectural assets, while the corporate realm can tap into global markets.

Savio Interiors has accumulated invaluable expertise with Digital Heritage projects, thanks to their partnership with Savio Firmino and the Design Campus of the University of Florence. In addition, their collaboration with the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg is extremely valuable and demonstrates mastery in converting works of art into virtual forms by Savio Interiors.

Advanced technology like structured light and laser scanners allow museums to reproduce 3D versions of their statues and artefacts. This provides visitors with an interactive and engaging experience – a touch-screen allows them to access additional information, as well as images and three-dimensional models. Additionally, multimedia installations enable visitors to take virtual tours inside museum rooms, giving them an immersive view of the historical and artistic heritage housed in these collections. As a result, more people have access to understanding and appreciating the works within Museum walls in an innovative way never before seen.

01. Corporate Museums

Organizations that are looking to create a comprehensive archive of their heritage and past products, or those wanting to rebrand or redesign products, can benefit from our archiving services. We also partner with Foundations and Institutions involved in the education and enhancement of high-end manufacturing products.

02. Manufacturing systems

To companies wishing to create or digitise their product range in order to commercially exploit its digital potential.

03. Complex Systems

To multinational energy production, hospital systems, highly complex building systems and contract systems for revamping – i.e. to obtain 3D scans of machinery, moving, relocating and reuse in another location – for the presentation of complex projects through BIM (building information management) required by current European legislation and for the redesign of complex systems.