A Sarzana nasce il MUdeF Un viaggio immersivo lungo la storia e l'evoluzione delle fortificazioni della Lunigiana


  • Raffaele Maurici ETT Strategy & Communication
  • Ugo Galassi ETT Responsabile Marketing & Comunicazione



Parole chiave:

Musei, beni culturali, fruizione, tecnologie digitali, tecnologie interattive, turismo culturale, valorizzazione, valorizzazione patrimonio


The MUdeF - Multimedia Museum of the Fortresses of Lunigiana, recently opened in the old Firmafede Fortress in Sarzana, offers an overview, significant
and unique in Europe, on buildings dating back to the period of transition from
medieval castles to Renaissance ones.
The new museum is an interactive and emotional journey that winds along 27
rooms, narrating the history and the distinctive elements of Lunigiana, captured
through the changes of the fortified buildings, the evolution of customs and traditions and the stories of some historical figures connected to the area.
The multimedia exhibition of MudeF was designed and developed by ETT S.p.A., a Genoese creative and digital company that has integration of humanistic and technological knowledge as hallmark. The integration of various technological solutions - NFC, capacitive and proximity sensors, projection mapping, 360° video projections, talking pictures – and new generation storytelling, creates an engaging and immersive visit and learning experience.
The project is an interesting case study of how the targeted use of new technologies in museums allows to fully enhance historical-architectural complexes that, despite not owning works or collections enough "charismatic" to
compete with the main tourist attractors today, can offer visitors interesting
experiences and cultural enrichment through the narration of their long history
and connection with the surrounding territories.


Biografia autore

Ugo Galassi, ETT Responsabile Marketing & Comunicazione






Come citare

Maurici, R., & Galassi, U. (2016). A Sarzana nasce il MUdeF Un viaggio immersivo lungo la storia e l’evoluzione delle fortificazioni della Lunigiana. Archeomatica, 7(3). https://doi.org/10.48258/arc.v7i3.1347