We create experiences that enable visitors to immerse themselves in exhibitions and interact with artwork in real-time.
MASK works with the creators of these works and/or their ancestors to render a 360° perspective of the People we come from. As Africa is the cradle of Civilization, MASK will begin with a comprehensive focus on the African diaspora but will engage all Exo-European segments.
MASK uses technology to conduct the Digital Heritage Preservation of the Artifacts, to create a Catalog/Database of the information around these works. This electronic data capture and corresponding information will be made globally available via the Internet.
MASK develops scholarship and curricula to enable various disciplines to study and contribute in the areas of Art, Anthropology, History, Engineering, Religion, Sociology and Politics.
MASK consults with artists, institutions, governing bodies, non-governmental organizations, not-for-profits, and educational institutions who are interested in leveraging technology to preserve, protect and distribute artistic, cultural or historic content.