At the National Archaeological Museum of Naples an extraordinary novelty with the installation of a Digital Siren, a hologram that will interpret Neapolitan songs!
The exhibition is suspended until 3 December due to the provisions of the last Prime Minister's Decree.
In the beautiful National Archaeological Museum of Naples a novelty for all visitors, namely the installation of a Digital Siren which can be admired starting from 23 October 2020.
This is a project funded by the Campania Region and implemented by the Department of Social Sciences of the University of Naples Federico II and by the High Performance Computing and Networking Institute of the National Research Council ICAR-CNR.
The Digital Siren: the hologram that sings
The Digital Siren at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples is nothing more than a holographic prototype of an artist who will sing songs belonging to the repertoire of classics of Neapolitan music for all guests. The songs will be proposed in the original language, in English and in Mandarin Chinese and they can be heard
Currently the hologram will interpret two pieces of the classic Neapolitan song for the guests: Malafemmina with text and music by Totò e Reginella with lyrics and music by Libero Bovio, Gaetano Lama.
The Digital Siren is located at floor -1 of the MANN and, together with it, you can also visit the exhibition of the sculpture of Maestro Lello Esposito, Siren-to-Earth.