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The Immersive Angkor Project Continues to Move Forward!

June 28, 2021

Immersive Angkor is the first ever 3D immersive museum project dedicated to Khmer culture. This project recently welcomed a strategic and financial partner, in order to contribute to the progress of this ambitious project.

This third partner perfectly complements the team that is already in place, including Confluences, which brings its knowledge of Cambodian institutions and culture, and Iconem, with its cutting-edge technology in 3D imaging of archaeological sites.

In parallel, the site research and visits in Siem Reap have begun in order to find the optimal location for this innovative project: an area with a total surface area of about 1000 to 2000 m² with a high ceiling of five to six metres. The aim is that each visitor can move freely within the room, and not to overload the space.

Although the main part of the exhibition will be devoted to the most famous temples in the archaeological park, such as Bayon, Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm, another section will highlight some smaller, lesser-known temples or parts of temples, to which public access is currently restricted.

Naturally, all of the content will be discussed and developed in a thoughtful manner in consultation with the Cambodian academic and international authorities, and in particular with the national Apsara Authority.

This project continues to move forward with a potential opening in the first or second quarter of 2022!

For more information, please read the interview of Soreasmey Ke Bin, published in the Phnom Post.

The Immersive Angkor Project Continues to Move Forward!

June 28, 2021

Immersive Angkor is the first ever 3D immersive museum project dedicated to Khmer culture. This project recently welcomed a strategic and financial partner, in order to contribute to the progress of this ambitious project.

This third partner perfectly complements the team that is already in place, including Confluences, which brings its knowledge of Cambodian institutions and culture, and Iconem, with its cutting-edge technology in 3D imaging of archaeological sites.

In parallel, the site research and visits in Siem Reap have begun in order to find the optimal location for this innovative project: an area with a total surface area of about 1000 to 2000 m² with a high ceiling of five to six metres. The aim is that each visitor can move freely within the room, and not to overload the space.

Although the main part of the exhibition will be devoted to the most famous temples in the archaeological park, such as Bayon, Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm, another section will highlight some smaller, lesser-known temples or parts of temples, to which public access is currently restricted.

Naturally, all of the content will be discussed and developed in a thoughtful manner in consultation with the Cambodian academic and international authorities, and in particular with the national Apsara Authority.

This project continues to move forward with a potential opening in the first or second quarter of 2022!

For more information, please read the interview of Soreasmey Ke Bin, published in the Phnom Post.

The Immersive Angkor Project Continues to Move Forward!

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Summary

Immersive Angkor is the first ever 3D immersive museum project dedicated to Khmer culture. This project recently welcomed a strategic and financial partner, in order to contribute to the progress of this ambitious project.

This third partner perfectly complements the team that is already in place, including Confluences, which brings its knowledge of Cambodian institutions and culture, and Iconem, with its cutting-edge technology in 3D imaging of archaeological sites.

In parallel, the site research and visits in Siem Reap have begun in order to find the optimal location for this innovative project: an area with a total surface area of about 1000 to 2000 m² with a high ceiling of five to six metres. The aim is that each visitor can move freely within the room, and not to overload the space.

Although the main part of the exhibition will be devoted to the most famous temples in the archaeological park, such as Bayon, Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm, another section will highlight some smaller, lesser-known temples or parts of temples, to which public access is currently restricted.

Naturally, all of the content will be discussed and developed in a thoughtful manner in consultation with the Cambodian academic and international authorities, and in particular with the national Apsara Authority.

This project continues to move forward with a potential opening in the first or second quarter of 2022!

For more information, please read the interview of Soreasmey Ke Bin, published in the Phnom Post.

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The Immersive Angkor Project Continues to Move Forward!

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Summary

Immersive Angkor is the first ever 3D immersive museum project dedicated to Khmer culture. This project recently welcomed a strategic and financial partner, in order to contribute to the progress of this ambitious project.

This third partner perfectly complements the team that is already in place, including Confluences, which brings its knowledge of Cambodian institutions and culture, and Iconem, with its cutting-edge technology in 3D imaging of archaeological sites.

In parallel, the site research and visits in Siem Reap have begun in order to find the optimal location for this innovative project: an area with a total surface area of about 1000 to 2000 m² with a high ceiling of five to six metres. The aim is that each visitor can move freely within the room, and not to overload the space.

Although the main part of the exhibition will be devoted to the most famous temples in the archaeological park, such as Bayon, Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm, another section will highlight some smaller, lesser-known temples or parts of temples, to which public access is currently restricted.

Naturally, all of the content will be discussed and developed in a thoughtful manner in consultation with the Cambodian academic and international authorities, and in particular with the national Apsara Authority.

This project continues to move forward with a potential opening in the first or second quarter of 2022!

For more information, please read the interview of Soreasmey Ke Bin, published in the Phnom Post.