The Development of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area's Literary creation Industry enabled by Science and Technology
Xinhua News Agency, Guangzhou, November 6 (Reporter Huang Jian) Light and Shadow flow and Visual Restoration of three-dimensional Space. Walking into the "Qingming River Map 3.0" digital art exhibition, a huge dynamic high-definition projection of the "Qingming River Map", which is nearly 5 meters high and more than 30 meters long, appears in front of the audience as if they were in the bustling Bianjing. A look at the "cross-strait smoke and smoke in the world," the humanistic scene.
As a series of activities for the opening of the 2019 Guangzhou Cultural Fair, the "Qingming Shanghe Tu 3.0" Digital Art Exhibition was launched on the 5th. Through the combination of brand-new digital science and technology and artistic language, the "Qingming Shanghe Map" is interpreted from all aspects and from various angles. Attracted a lot of media attention.
In fact, there has long been a lot of practice in introducing scientific and technological elements into the cultural industry. With the help of advanced technical means, many cultural exhibits, which were originally displayed in museums or are difficult to reach at ordinary times, have "now flown into the homes of ordinary people," bringing people rich and vivid experiences such as hearing, seeing, and feeling.
Shan Jiexiang, president of the Imperial Palace College, shared at the theme forum that through the application of scientific and technological means, many "sleeping" cultural relics in the Imperial Palace have "come to life." People can watch all aspects through web pages, mobile phones App and other ways without leaving home, and some App specially developed for cultural relics have brought a good interactive experience to the audience.
According to reports, through the main line of "integration of culture, science and technology," the fair hopes to aggregate high-end elements, promote Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area's cultural industry cooperation, people-to-people exchanges, and cultural communication, and build a national platform for cultural and creative industry exchanges and cooperation.
Jin Yuanpu, director of the Institute of Culture and creativity at Renmin University of China, said that the focus of the transformation and upgrading of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area's cultural industry is on the creative economy moving towards cross-border integration, in which the creative industry based on scientific and technological innovation is the core. "under the background of the development of 5G, break the gap between cultural industry and scientific and technological innovation, combine advanced science and technology with profound cultural heritage, two-wheel drive, and insert new wings for the development of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area."