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Legacy of the Canarian ancestors through new technologies
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Legacy of the Canarian ancestors through new technologies.

In the Hospitalito de Ampuyenta, located in the municipality of Puerto del Rosario, Museums of Fuerteventura shows a fascinating immersive exhibition entitled 'Windows to heritage: the cultural heritage of the Canary Islands through new technologies'. This exhibition, organized by the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage, offers a unique look at the legacy of our ancestors.

The exhibition, which has toured the entire archipelago, will be open to the public until August 4. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore and immerse themselves in the cultural heritage of the Canary Islands through innovative technologies. This immersive experience provides an interactive and captivating perspective, allowing residents and visitors of the island to immerse themselves in the rich history and culture of the Canary Islands.

With this exhibition, Museums of Fuerteventura continues with its program of activities to publicize the high ethnographic and heritage value of the island spaces. In this case, by the hand of the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage, which brings to the island an itinerant and versatile exhibition.

The president of the Cabildo de Fuerteventura, Lola García, encourages residents and visitors to learn about the legacy of the history of the Canary Islands through an exhibition that "not only gives us the opportunity to know our valuable heritage and better understand our history, but also allows us to enjoy those of new technologies".

For his part, Rayco León highlighted "the importance of technologies to approach heritage in an innovative way", and thanked the General Directorate of Heritage "for an exhibition that allows us to publicize the valuable heritage points of Fuerteventura and other parts of the Canary Islands".

At the opening of the exhibition, the Councilor for Culture of the City Council of Puerto del Rosario, Enrique Soler, was also present.

The exhibition modules offer a variety of technological resources that enrich the visitor's experience. Among them are augmented reality, historical recreation videos with actors and animation that narrates historical Events. In addition, virtual reality technology is used through the smartphone, 3D scanning of museum pieces, touch screens for greater interactivity and QR codes that redirect to audiovisual interviews with expert heritage personnel.

'Windows to Heritage' is part of the 'EnSeñas Patimonio' program of the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage. This initiative aims to disseminate the Canarian cultural heritage and promote heritage education in the field of non-formal education, through the organization and development of training actions outside the school system and with a clear didactic and intergenerational sense. This exhibition is a response to society's demand for greater access and understanding of the valuable heritage that the Canary Islands region possesses.
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