MINSK, 31 July (BelTA) – 3D excursions will be available at the Yanka Kupala State Literature Museum starting from 3 August, BelTA learnt from head of the scientific and exposition department of the museum Glafira Kushel.
“Today is the 21st century and we are able to use multimedia technologies to tell the story about Yanka Kupala’s life and work,” Glafira Kushel said.
Three exposition halls feature multimedia exhibits including the poet’s works and his estate in the Vyazynka village. Visitors may use 3D glasses to watch a film about the poet’s favorite feast, Kupalye.
All in all, the museum comprises nine exposition halls dedicated to Yanka Kupala’s life and history of his family. According to Glafira Kushel, multimedia technologies will be soon installed in all nine halls.