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Bridging the gap: Integrating offline art in digital marketplaces

Endemic
Endemic
@Endemic
12 posts
Feb 8, 20242:44PM

While digital art thrives in online spaces, there remains a rich world of offline art waiting to be explored. One of the main missions of Endemic is to bring traditional art into the digital landscape.


How can digital marketplaces effectively integrate and showcase offline art? Is it through virtual galleries that we are bringing in, AR experiences, or some other mediums? Share your thoughts on potential models and strategies for bridging the online-offline divide.



KGI
KGI
@KGI
1 post
Feb 8, 20244:52PM
Endemic said:

While digital art thrives in online spaces, there remains a rich world of offline art waiting to be explored. One of the main missions of Endemic is to bring traditional art into the digital landscape.


How can digital marketplaces effectively integrate and showcase offline art? Is it through virtual galleries that we are bringing in, AR experiences, or some other mediums? Share your thoughts on potential models and strategies for bridging the online-offline divide.



I think a multi-faceted approach could really bridge that gap. Another cool idea could be 3D modeling that could allow users to explore textures and details closely, offering a new perspective on traditional pieces :D

han yolo
han yolo
@HanYolo
2 posts
Feb 8, 20244:53PM

AR art could be cool!