Image Access, together with our Dutch partner A-Vision Imaging BV, exhibited at the third Museum Vakdagen at the Evoluon in Eindhoven on April 18 and 19, 2018 and presented the new WideTEK® 36ART for the first time in the Netherlands to several thousand visitors. The Evoluon is a conference center and former science museum erected by the electronics and electrical company Philips in 1966. Since its construction, it has become a landmark and a symbol for the city due to its very futuristic design, resembling a landed flying saucer.
Rob d’Haen from A-Vision Imaging BV and Thorsten Rink from Image Access showed visitors how simple and intuitive it is to digitize and reproduce works of fine art like oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors, charcoal and pastel drawings, mixed media collages and antique works of art; in 3D-like images that show all surface textures, from the finest stroke of the brush to
gouache painting techniques and the contours of antique artwork.
The Museum Vakdagen was established in 2015 and focuses on the more than 2000 museums in the Netherlands and Flanders; both large and small, state run and private facilities. Including volunteers, there are about 25,000 people working in the museum world in the Netherlands and Flanders.