Museum showcase design can not ignore the human visual experience

In recent years, as the irreplaceable status of museums in cultural inheritance and educational popularization has gradually become prominent, the design of museum showcases has increasingly become one of the key elements of the exhibition effect. As a leader in the field of showcase production, we feel a great responsibility. In this era of information explosion, the significance of humanized visual experience has become more prominent, and has become the core concept of museum showcase design.


1. Design details show ingenuity. As the carrier of cultural relics display, the design of museum showcase should be able to highlight the historical precipitation and value of cultural relics. In the production process, we pay attention to every detail of polishing, from the selection of materials to the perfection of the process, and strive to present each cultural relic in the most appropriate environment. For example, in the selection of glass, we not only consider its transparency, but also choose appropriate anti-ultraviolet, anti-reflection and other functional glass according to the characteristics of different cultural relics, so as to protect cultural relics from external factors.


2. Lighting sets off the historical atmosphere. Lighting design is one of the key links of humanized visual experience. Proper lighting can create an appropriate historical atmosphere for the cultural relics, so that the audience can feel the flow of time in the silent space. In the design concept of DG display showcase, we fully consider the characteristics of cultural relics and historical background, and adopt advanced technologies such as dimmable lighting and positioning light sources to ensure that cultural relics show their best condition in bright light and shadow, while not causing any damage to them.


3. Interactive design leads to thought. The design of museum showcases should not blindly emphasize the display of exhibits, but should guide the audience to actively participate in and interact with cultural relics. Through interactive design, we can direct the audience's thinking and feeling to a deeper level. We often set up interactive display or touch screen in the showcase, so that the audience can learn more about the cultural relics by touching, sliding and other ways, and even have a virtual interactive experience, so that visitors can get a richer experience in the interaction.


4. Comfortable exhibition space design. Finally, a comfortable and pleasant exhibition space design is also one of the keys to humanized visual experience. The comfort level of the audience directly affects their cognition and feeling of the exhibits. In the design, we will take into account the audience's sight height, walking space, seat setting and other aspects, and strive to create a pleasant and natural visiting environment for the audience, so that they can enjoy the cultural relics at the same time, but also enjoy a pleasant visiting experience.


To sum up, the design of the museum showcase is not only a container for carrying cultural relics, but also a carrier for interacting with the audience and perceiving history together. DG will, as always, uphold the concept of "creative manufacturing, going to history", and bring a richer and more realistic humanized visual experience to every display space. Thank you for your attention and trust.

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