Operation Lesarius is a "5-sense" interactive permanent and mobile museum that draws inspiration from the rich local heritage of woodworking. In one way or another, data related to the woodworking trades of joiner, cooper, carpenter, carpenter and carver from the local environment will, in addition to the information collected from organized modeling workshops and activities involving partners from very different sectors, contribute to the establishment of a modern museum . Even before the creation of the museum, there will be a great emphasis on cooperation with the local environment, as the project partners want help in co-creation, this could open up the possibilities of synergies of the participants with the activity they want to perform. The researched content will be presented to visitors in an interactive way. With the help of modern technology, content visitors will obtain or felt through the 5 senses (sight, touch, smell, hearing and taste). For a more expressive experience, museum contents will be presented in visualized and interactive relocation techniques, such as VR video looking through wooden glasses, 3D video hologram, hands-on tool use tests, moving photography, hidden drawers, projection, graphics, etc., where some will work only with the help of the user's stimuli and his equipment (telephone). By setting up the project, it will be ensured that tangible and intangible heritage reaches people in an innovative and interesting way. During the duration of the project, the project partners also want to train an expert who would be able to demonstrate the works of the old masters in the way they knew it at the time. Project activities will, among other things, contribute to raising awareness of the sustainable use of natural resources, the importance of forests, and promote the activity of the green economy.
Velika Preska 1, Velika Preska, 1272 Polšnik, Zagorje ob Savi 1272
Operation Lesarius is a "5-sense" interactive permanent and mobile museu […]