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Stabilized video, 360-degree photography, and drone flying at Hvaler

Welcome to the Hvaler Coastal Museum, where history meets technology, and where the past comes alive in 360 degrees.

Drone footage from Kystmuseet Hvaler

Imagine stepping into the Hvaler Coastal Museum without leaving your home. I’ve made this a reality. By mapping each room with cutting-edge 360-degree cameras, I’ve transformed the museum experience. This isn’t just a technological leap; it’s a cultural revelation.

Every nook and cranny of the Hvaler Coastal Museum is now accessible online. From the ancient maritime artifacts to the intricate architectural designs, these virtual tours offer an immersive journey. It’s like being there, but from the comfort of your couch.

My goal? To make culture accessible. No matter where you are, the museum’s treasures are just a click away. This project isn’t just about viewing art; it’s about breaking barriers. Physical limitations no longer dictate your access to heritage.

This technology isn’t just a tool; it’s a bridge. A bridge connecting the past to the present, the physical to the digital. It’s a testament to how technology can enhance our understanding of history.

The Hvaler Coastal Museum virtual tour is more than an exhibit. It’s an experience. It’s an invitation to explore, learn, and connect with our shared heritage. Whether you’re a history buff, an art enthusiast, or just curious, this tour is for you.

I’ve opened the doors wide. Now, it’s your turn to step in. Welcome to the Hvaler Coastal Museum, where history meets technology, and where the past comes alive in 360 degrees.


With your finger or your computer mouse, take a look around the room.




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Disclaimer: This blog post was created with the assistance of an Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool. The AI was utilized for enhancing the content, optimizing it for SEO, and providing creative insights. Readers are encouraged to consider this as they engage with the content.

Kjartan Abel is a sound designer, music composer, and immersive installation artist, known for his explorations at the intersection of technology and creativity. A seasoned museum nerd, AI enthusiast and tech enthusiast, Kjartan adeptly melds digital innovation with traditional media. His artistry extends to tinkering with Raspberry Pi, crafting unique experiences that resonate in today's tech-driven culture, often exploring the dimensions of space and time. With an MFA in Fine Art Media from The Slade School of Fine Art and a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from Kingston University, Kjartan’s blog offers a window into his multidisciplinary approach and his journey through the evolving landscape of New Media.

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