C-DAC develops a mobile app that allows virtual tours of 10 national museums

The Times of India reports that C-DAC has developed software that allows users to take a virtual tour of 10 national museums


C-DAC’s Human-Centred Design and Computing (HCDC) group has developed a software called ‘Jatan’ which will be a standard for all museums under the purview of the Union Ministry of Culture. The software has already been installed at the 10 museums.


The software uses multimedia format to offer a 360 degree interactive panoramic view and three-dimensional representation of models supported with audio and video clips.
The software provides a collaborative framework for museum curators, historians and scholars to describe and enhance the information about antiquities

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