• July 29, 2021

Exclusive: An Italian museum is using cameras to monitor people looking at artwork, to define a work of art's "attraction value" and accordingly change museum layouts (Flavia Rotondi/Bloomberg)

 Exclusive: An Italian museum is using cameras to monitor people looking at artwork, to define a work of art's "attraction value" and accordingly change museum layouts (Flavia Rotondi/Bloomberg)




Flavia Rotondi / Bloomberg:

An Italian museum is using cameras to monitor people looking at artwork, to define a work of art’s “attraction value” and accordingly change museum layouts  —  As Italy’s museums and galleries welcome back tourists and try to recoup some of the 190 million euros ($225 million) …





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