XR In The Cloud.

Art & Culture


A picture says more than a thousand words. And a picture enhanced with CLDXR® technology can actually say a thousand words, play a video or help you selling it.

Use an image target to make a picture come alive or add a QR code to let people see your art directly in their own home. And then add a link to your onlineshop and your artwork will practically sell itself.

You can also use CLDXR® to add additional content like explanatory videos, images or PDF files to statues or monuments or even let your visitors put these statues in their own frontyard and take a picture or video of that. And all that without having to install an app, right in the mobile browser of any modern smartphone or tablet.

This way experiencing Arts & Culture gets a whole new dimension.


  • Let potential buyer try your art at home before they buy
  • Turn a painting into a movie or a statue into a living object
  • Add a CTA button to initiate sales process
  • Attach links to additional content like videos or pictures
  • Use QR code or image marker, no app install necessary


Egyptian Exhibit

Fictitious Museum

Ancient Egyptian art refers to art produced in ancient Egypt between the 31st century BC and the 4th century AD, spanning from the Early Dynastic Period until the Christianization of Roman Egypt. It includes paintings, sculptures, drawings on papyrus, faience, jewelry, ivories, architecture, and other art media. It is also very conservative: the art style changed very little over time. Much of the surviving art comes from tombs and monuments, giving more insight into the ancient Egyptian afterlife beliefs.

The ancient Egyptian language had no word for "art". Artworks served an essentially functional purpose that was bound with religion and ideology. To render a subject in art was to give it permanence. Hence, ancient Egyptian art portrayed an idealized, unrealistic view of the world. There was no significant tradition of individual artistic expression since art served a wider and cosmic purpose of maintaining order.

[From Wikipedia]