Experience curation in a new dimension.
Give people access to compelling content and engage your audience. Enable your team to prepare efficiently and manage projects seamlessly.
With groundbreaking solutions from cura3D.
Present impressively curated exhibitions, detailed trade fair stands or galleries simply virtually. Available at any time, to be experienced from anywhere.
Let all people participate in art, barrier-free and independent of opening hours.
With museum pro, all exhibits are digitised and available in their original scale. In virtual exhibition rooms of your museum, modelled true to the original, you arrange works of art with centimetre precision, develop ideas, discard them again and try out new ones.
With gallery pro, all exhibits are digitised and available in their original scale. In virtual, faithfully modelled gallery spaces, you can easily curate your exhibitions from the comfort of your PC or Mac. This way you keep your goal in mind, can test the placement of the works without effort and plan them as a team. Without time pressure, without stress – but with full focus on the result.
Keep everything in focus.
Work in an organised way.
Curate like a pro!
Plan your trade fair appearance like never before – with the with cura3D fairplanner pro. Simply create your virtual stand yourself in just a few minutes. Import the works for the fair in no time at all and curate your appearance true to scale and in detail. In 3D, of course.
Trade fair planning has never been easier.
depot pro is a software solution tailored to the special requirements of depot planning and management.
depot pro supports you in planning as well as setting up depot and drawing grid systems. Make maximum efficient and traceable use of existing space. Amazingly simple.
Present impressively curated exhibitions, detailed exhibition stands or galleries to your audience virtually. Accessible at any time and can be experienced from anywhere.
Let everyone participate in art, barrier-free and independent of opening hours.
References & Projects
“Since the exhibition spaces are only slowly taking shape and the exhibition and initial presentation of the collection are being planned at the same time, working with cura3D museum pro is indispensable. The virtual rooms open up an initial sense of space, which is essential for planning exhibitions.”Lea Schäfer,
Kuratorin am Museum Reinhard Ernst in Wiesbaden
© DSM / Helena Grebe
“Taking the pictures independently with a high-tech camera was an interesting experience. I was initially amazed that the system could be operated without technical knowledge. The pictures turned out very well, although the room with its large window fronts is not easy to photograph. The image quality of the panoramas and the content management system you developed were very well received by us in the house.”Dr. Isabella Hodgson,
Digitale Kuratorin am Deutschen Schifffahrtsmuseum Bremerhaven
“It is wonderful to be able to give exhibitions that we have worked on for years a life after dismantling through virtual tours.
For projects that are significant for the history of our house, such as “Torn Modernism”, the aspect of archiving also plays an important role for me. “Dr. Eva Reifert,
Kuratorin am Kunstmuseum Basel
The visions of cura3D coincide with our ideas of innovative, digital museum offerings.Bernhard Witz,
With the 360° Interactive Tour photo, we were able to put our special exhibition “Picasso, Chagall, Jawlensky” online as a virtual tour in record time.
Our works should be presented in the digital space in the best possible quality.
Thanks to the support of cura3D, we succeeded.
Leiter Digitale Anwendungen am Kunstmuseum Basel
“Due to the corona-related hygiene and protection measures, schools in Lower Saxony were not yet allowed any field trips before the summer holidays.Kristina Sinn,
By planning the project digitally, we could easily work in the schools without having to be “on site”. In addition, we were able to
“pick up the students where they are” and integrate the digital media into teaching and learning processes in a meaningful and reflective way in terms of art didactics.”
Vermittlung, Kunstverein Hannover