A museum should preserve and bear witness to the history of mankind. Depending on the orientation of the building, historical, technical, socio-cultural, physical, philosophical and artistic developments and processes should be conveyed to the museum's visitors. The original object should always be the museum's main focus and be made accessible to the general public in exhibition form.

Preservation and conservation of these objects, for example, valuable manuscripts by Bach, also take place through the use of digitisation. This also enables people unable to visit the museum to have access to these irreplaceable cultural objects.

Zeutschel's digital and analog systems for scanning and microfilm technology can be found in large and small museums all over the world.

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September 2017 - Digitization of cultural heritage: a world first from Zeutschel
The Zeutschel ScanStudio is a unique, innovative solution for digitization of art and cultural heritage in libraries, archives and museums.
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October 2015 - Touching allowed
At last you can browse through 1000-year-old books: Made possible by the Zeutschel ZED 10 3D Foyer. The 3D presentation system means you can virtually rotate a book, leaf through or enlarge pages and book covers using gestures.
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