CGTN艺术推广计划：《千年调·宋代人物画谱》数字特展 CGTN:Unlock the aesthetics of the Song Dynasty through the CGTN Art Series
Song Dynasty (960-1276) paintings undoubtedly marked the heyday of ancient Chinese art and have been widely recognized as treasures of Chinese civilization. To spotlight their legacy, CGTN has launched "The Song, Painted," an immersive interactive virtual exhibition that features six themes – Children, Style, Stage, Class, Market, and Faith – to decode traditional Chinese aesthetics via the lifestyles depicted in the paintings.
此次数字特展首次采用游戏产业最先进的Unity引擎开发古画艺术交互网页。开场动画由Unity的可视化平台进行3D场景搭建，通过Script Editor编写C#脚本逻辑来控制和Web端的交互，再由Animation Editor编写Node-Pipeline来制作3D模型的镜头动画效果，以完成宋画元素从“静“到”动“的升华。
The virtual exhibition presents an immersive interactive tour with Chinese and English voiceover descriptions to slideshows with over 110 Song Dynasty paintings chosen from ten museums in China and around the world, including some renowned works contributed by The Palace Museum, such as Along the River During a Qingming Time (Qingming Shanghe Tu) by Zhang Zeduan (1085-1145), The Night Revels of Han Xizai by Gu Hongzhong (937-975), and Huashan Mountain God in an Epiphany by Li Gonglin (1049-1106).
嵌入式可交互3D模型，研发人员使用ThreeJS Web 3D引擎将由工业级建模通过拓扑优化的gltf格式模型文件展示在网页中，通过灯光（Light）和摄像机（Camera）模拟VR场景，呈现绝佳的网页交互式3D体验。
Figure paintings in the Song Dynasty covered a wide range of genres and subjects and were nothing short of superb depictions of their protagonists, from how they looked and dressed to how they moved and mingled. In order to highly recreate the appearance of the characters in the painting, 2D skeletal animation was created using Adobe Animation CC software, and the ancient painting was disassembled and restored by the designer and made into an animation embedded in the interactive web page.
为了高度还原画中人物的神态，我们使用了Adobe Animation CC软件创作了2D骨骼动画，由设计师对古画进行拆分与修复，并制成动画嵌入到交互网页中。
Six major digital halls of the virtual exhibition will feature a comprehensive image of its relevant category, zooming in on each featured artwork, describing the composition, examining the techniques, interpreting and elaborating on the content, bring paintings sleeping in museums back to life.