A Tourist Guide of Rome in PSP format
EGB TV Production Italia in collaboration with Sony Computer Entertainment Italia presented Arthea: the new language of art, a project born in collaboration with the Municipality of Rome to propose the tourist and cultural itineraries of the city in an absolutely innovative way on the PSP console. A multimedia guide of the city, available on PSP ™ (PlayStation®Portable), in 7 languages, Italian, English, French, Spanish, German, Russian and Japanese, with over 100 videos that tell the treasures of Rome from the dawn to today. A fascinating and innovative way to get to know the city and fall in love with a place, a monument or a work to be observed in depth, so much so that you can imagine touching them.
There Arthea Roma multimedia guideavailable on UMD ™, Universal Media Disc, will be an essential tool to appreciate and enhance the cultural heritage in the presence of which the visitor can only surrender to its incomparable beauty. The Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, Raphael’s “Deposition of Christ” at the Galleria Borghese museum, Caravaggio’s “Narcissus” at Palazzo Barberini, Bernini’s “Bust of Medusa” or “The Esquiline Venus” at the Capitoline Museums … These are just some of the works told.
Barbara Dal Corso, CEO of Egb Tv Production Italia, commented as follows: “An important collaboration with Sony. Having shared the philosophy of a new language of art that the Arthea project proposes, with one of the major hi-tech and entertainment multinationals, must give us a sense of how the convergence between new technologies and contents is developing. An innovative approach therefore by technology producers, who are happy to propose cultural contents if their method of transmission manages to be in tune with the times and with the younger audience “.
Andrea Cuneo, Marketing Manager of Sony Computer Entertainment Italy he has declared: “We are delighted that Arthea has chosen PlayStation Portable as a technological partner and we have embraced the project with great enthusiasm. PSP once again confirms its versatility: video games, music, films, digital photos, the ability to connect to the internet and, from today, also a tool to accompany the public in the world of art. The project started by Arthea demonstrates how technology and culture integrate to encourage increasingly stimulating and engaging forms of entertainment “.