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domingo, 21 de junho de 2015

reo-tek’s range of products developed with the support of TÜBİTAK (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey) include interactive applications that appeal to education, cultural heritage, museums, and exhibition

Developed only for Eskişehir ETİ Archaeology Museum, floating digital images of the relics in the museum are recreated and shown in a display case. Visitors are able to observe the artifacts from all angles with this system instead of seeing it from a single angle such as in a conventional system.

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3D Touchscreen enables the users to examine the relatively small parts in the museum and obtain information about them. Chosen relics are transferred into digital environments via 3D scanning technologies. Visitors are able to observe the relics on a screen, by rotating them as they want. Location of the examined relic in the museum is also given as information.

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A King’s Tomb located in Eskişehir’s Alpu town has been interpreted with 3D technologies. Visitors experience the journey of an archaeologist who discovers the tomb and their adventure begins at the entrance of the tumulus. As visitors venture forth in their discovery, they are debriefed about the architectural structure of the tomb and relics found during excavation.

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A 1.5x1 meters dimensioned giant tome that visitors can interact without touching, which aims to give information in an entertaining way. As the history of the museum and excavations are told, pictures in pages come alive and informations are given with the company of animations and videos.
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reo-tek is a full service design and production company and developer of interactive technologies within METU (Middle East Technical University) Technopolis, Ankara, Turkey. reo-tek’s range of products developed with the support of TÜBİTAK (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey) include interactive applications that appeal to education, cultural heritage, museums, and exhibition.

reo-tek's interdisciplinary structure with its industrial designers, interior designers, architects, computer and electronic engineers, and graphic artists bring diverse expertise and creativity to the projects.

Depending on the projects's scope and requirements, reo-tek collaborates with a wide range of business partners such as other firms, institutions, and organizations to expand and specialize its products and services.

Refik Toksöz – Co-founder & President

Mr. Toksöz has studied architecture in both Karadeniz Technical University and in Technische Universität Berlin, and Political Sciences in Ankara University. He has worked as an architecture, photographer, graphic designer, psychological consultant and instructor for children with behavioral problems, programmer, computer instructor, a computer animation artist, and as an instructor in Ankara University Faculty of Communication, Department of Radio, Television and Film. He has been working as an instructor in METU, lecturing courses on 3D modelling, animation, and multimedia design. 

Emrecan Çubukçu – Co-founder, Research and Development (R&D) Manager

During his doctorate in Hacettepe University in 1995-2004, Mr. Çubukçu has developed the data analysis, 3D visualization and controlling softwares for atomic force microscobe, a powerful nanotechnologic device. He has been working as a part time instructor in METU Industrial Design Department. He is in charge of R&D, software development, design, and technical art directory of reo-tek.

Kıvanç Çubukçu – Software Development Manager

After graduating from Başkent University Computer Engineering Department and earning his Master’s Degree on Image Processing, Mr. Çubukçu has began working in reo-tek while giving software courses in Başkent University. As the manager of the software development department, he has been working as a project manager, developer of core codes and has been working on the hardware integration of products.

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fonte: @edisonmariotti #edisonmariotti http://www.reo-tek.com/

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