VOA慢速英语(翻译+字幕+讲解):荷兰国立古博物馆3D呈现珍稀藏品
日期:2016-11-15 16:50

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3D Device Lets Museum Visitors See Hidden Treasures
A museum in the Netherlands is trying to show more of the objects it has and bring excitement to museum visitors.
The museum is using an augmented reality device made by Microsoft to reach its goals.
The use of this high-technology device started with a basic problem.
The Dutch National Museum of Antiquities does not have enough space to put all of its artifacts on display. So, the museum asked experts at Delft University of Science and Technology to find a way to let more visitors – especially young people – experience what the museum has to offer.
The experts used the Hololens. It is a computer that shows visitors holograms, or virtual pictures that appear to have three dimensions. People can wear the Hololens on their heads.
Annelies Maltha is a researcher at Delft University of Technology.
She says that almost 80 percent of the artifacts at the museum are not shown to the public.
"So by using the Hololens," she says "people can virtually visit the exhibit and see so much more."
The Dutch National Museum has artifacts like the Egyptian Temple of Teffeh. The structure was reconstructed inside the museum in 1971. It is not currently available to the public.
"The Hololens enables you to have an augmented reality, instead of a virtual reality, which means you can still see the temple, you can still feel the ancient vibe around you, so to speak."
Maltha says the augmented reality technology gives visitors the ability to interact with their surroundings.
The researchers at Delft University of Technology are using the Hololens to make three dimensional images of every room in the temple.
Erik Hoglund is also a researcher at the university.
He explains that his team can create 3D models and add different images, movies, or animations. The effect is to make visitors feel like they are interacting with the temple.
The Hololens program is still being developed. But museum officials hope that, in the future, the HoloLens will serve as a tour guide for exhibits that have been hidden from public view.
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词汇解析

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1.high-technology 高科技

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The nation's economy is shifting increasingly to services and high-technology businesses.
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2.available to 可以用来;现有的

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The arts should be available to more people at prices they can afford.
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3.public view 公众视野

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Three events brought me into public view.
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4.virtual reality 虚拟现实

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One day, virtual reality will revolutionize the entertainment industry.
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内容解析

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1.The Hololens program is still being developed. But museum officials hope that, in the future, the HoloLens will serve as a tour guide for exhibits that have been hidden from public view.

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tour guide 导游

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I am a tour guide, and I work for a travel agency in downtown Kaohsiung.
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A tour guide took us around the city.
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2.the HoloLens will serve as a tour guide for exhibits that have been hidden from public view.

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serve as 担任;作为

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He volunteered to serve as the manager of our department store.
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荷兰国立古博物馆3D呈现珍稀藏品
荷兰的博物馆将展示更多的藏品,给馆内游客带来惊喜pDwAgXPHC)[5%
博物馆通过微软公司开发的增强现实感设备达到这一目的!sy;dj9VNwaas1U
之所以引进该高科技设备是因为一个硬性问题PKxslEP;DKs^

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荷兰国家历史博物馆没有充足的空间展示所有文物T=+]|.5C*ojZ.6V.W&。因此,博物馆向德尔夫特理工大学的专家求助,希望能找到一种方法让更多游客,尤其是年轻人参观博物馆内所有的文物m+#=b47Ty4-JL1.xlr(
专家所使用的是全息透镜+a06PU&q%%-7@!s。一种可为游客展示全息图或三维虚拟图片的计算机lLl|oLMi5(@W+Haidy!~。人们可将全息透镜佩戴在头部gJ(FB*Ku!AuSo_(m;j
安内利斯·马尔萨(Annelies Maltha)是德尔福特理工大学的研究员@UhCiWCBNWI@[v
她表示,博物馆内约80%的文物尚未向公众展示JLzB_GU1~c3#p#co|fNe
她说,“通过全息透镜,人们可以参观文物的虚拟影像,从而欣赏到更多藏品&m6_BSUKcl96。”
荷兰国家博物馆收藏有埃及神庙Teffeh等工艺品eTO.AF,pjXdMh。1971年,博物馆重建了该神庙txvMwQURSVNHt]1&C。现在该神庙尚未对公众开放#D5(a_rF6GcPx2qvB
“全息透镜让游客体验增强的现实感,而非虚拟世界,你仍然能够看到寺庙,可以说,也能感受到周围的古风遗韵u&RBh8CzxY=vjN。”
马尔萨表示,增强现实技术可以让游客与周遭的环境进行互动^JA1ZF]p5|
代尔夫特理工大学的研究人员正在利用全息透镜制作神庙所有房间的三维图像bh4&_Xw];mCd
埃里克·霍格伦德(Erik Hoglund)也是这所大学的研究员!@PKIjRqYquA6Nyzi0[
据他解释,他与团队能够创建3D模型,增添不同图像、影片或动画*8mDCOMOyXke=IYGO!jW。这些都是为了让游客产生与寺庙互动的感觉CH3zb@H|0ET2
目前,全息透镜程序还在开发,KXa|ZXWAixKLMC。博物馆工作人员表示,希望在不久的将来,全息透镜能作为导游,向公众展示未开放的藏品G-A39C,4Duhrf6r
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