Delta 8K projection showcases the treasure in the National Palace Museum
The National Palace Museum invites Delta Foundation to collaborate in the making of “A New Vision of National Treasures 8K videos.” The series of videos were releasedat Wenhuitang Auditorium of the National Palace Museum. The most representative calligraphy, painting, sculpture and canon were specially selected from the National Palace Museum’s digital collection. By using digital technologies and 8K projector, which features the world’s highest brightness, the beauty of these national treasures are more intricately portrayed with the uniquely magnificent and aesthetic effect of 8K projection technologies. Bruce Cheng, founder of Delta and chairman of Delta Foundation, and Yu, Pei-Chin, Deputy Director of the National Palace Museum, attended the release and experienced the vivid 8K images of the treasures. A total of six collections, comprising the famous Jadeite Cabbage, Meat-shaped Stone and the Tibetan Dragon Canon, as well as Fan Kuan’s “Travelers Among Mountains and Streams,” Guo Xi’s “Early Spring,” and Li Tang’s “Wind in Pines Among a Myriad Valleys,” reputed as the “Three Treasures of the NPM,” were included in the 8K video filming.
Bruce Cheng, founder of Delta and chairman of Delta Foundation, said: “Delta’s 8K projection technologies are widely used in the world of art. It has been used in art exhibitions and music and dance performances, where the audience is treated with an audio visual feast with sharp and clear images of artistic charm and body movement. We are very honored to be invited by the National Palace Museum to provide the 8K projector for ‘A New Vision of National Treasures 8K video’ project. It fully presents the intricate details of the national treasures on the 500-inch large screen, enabling the public to view the wonderful textures of the cultural relics without having to queue, thereby triggering them to re-explore those cultural relics.”
(right to left) Guo Shan-Shan, Vice chairman of Delta Foundation; Bruce Cheng, founder of Delta and chairman of Delta Foundation; Yu, Pei-Chin, Deputy Director of the National Palace Museum; and Hsu, Hsiaote, Chief Curator of the Department of Education, Exhibition, and Information Services of the National Palace Museum; taken at Wenhuitang Auditorium of the National Palace Museum