Visitors watch an interactive digital display of a masterpiece, the scroll painting Along the River During the Qingming Festival by 12th-century painter Zhang Zeduan at the Palace Museum in Beijing, China, on July 05, 2018. The painting, now housed in the Palace Museum, gives a panoramic portrayal of flourishing urban life in Bianliang (today's Kaifeng, Henan province), the capital during the Northern Song period (960-1127). Visitors can experience a moment of life in Song dynasty during this interactive show. 05JUL18 SCMP/Simon Song

Classic Chinese painting brought to life in 4D interactive rendering at Beijing’s Palace Museum

Audiences can experience 12th-century life in China, thanks to the immersive 4D rendering of imperial artist Zhang Zeduan’s Along the River During the Qingming Festival currently on display at the Palace Museum in Beijing

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Visitors watch an interactive digital display of a masterpiece, the scroll painting Along the River During the Qingming Festival by 12th-century painter Zhang Zeduan at the Palace Museum in Beijing, China, on July 05, 2018. The painting, now housed in the Palace Museum, gives a panoramic portrayal of flourishing urban life in Bianliang (today's Kaifeng, Henan province), the capital during the Northern Song period (960-1127). Visitors can experience a moment of life in Song dynasty during this interactive show. 05JUL18 SCMP/Simon Song
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