The Golden Temple has opened a hi-tech story-telling complex in the basement of the Golden Temple.
3D technology has been utilised in the galleries to give a tour of Sikh history and it’s ethos. The gallery which unties technology with history has left thousands of pilgrims in awe on it’s opening day.
Amandeep Behl is one of the engineers who was working on the project and has stated “We have around 16 people who are appointed as visitors’ service assistants to make sure that people from other states who are not familiar with our culture are taken to the gallery and provided with guide ports in Hindi and English”
The first of the four galleries utilises fibre optics and a laser show. The second utilises 3D technology letting visitors explore the Golden Temple precincts on 72-inch screens. Another gallery has holographic projections to display the teaching’s of Guru Granth Sahib.
Designer of the project Amandeep Behl stated “The storytelling spaces had to be theatrical, they just couldn’t be a dry exhibition or a non-vocal museum that fails to narrate a story and connect with people. We are extremely happy with the first day response.”
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