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Met Brings 600-Year-Old Italian Sculpture to Life with Interactive Exhibit

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s new interactive installation, The Return, combines live performance, digital animation, amd motion capture to tell the story of the restoration of the 15th century Italian sculpture Adam.

Director Reid Farrington tells Animation World Network. “My vision was to bring Adam to life in a believable and genuinely interactive way. By using a motion capture rig and IKinema LiveAction for Unreal Engine 4 to drive the animation in real time, I’ve been able to deliver the level of realism I wanted.”