An adventure lasting more than 30 years
Altair4 Multimedia was established in 1995 by Alessandro Furlan, Pietro Galifi and Stefano Moretti, who conceived the studio as an actual workshop where various technological and artistic disciplines would interact in a coordinated and rewarding dialogue. In multimedia technology, Altair4 found a new and more organic means of communication, where the fusion of different methodologies and disciplines such as art, architecture and archaeology, lead to the formulation of new “synthesis” languages and a new understanding of the world in which we live. An interest in Art and Architecture has determined Altair4’s choice of subjects, which are mainly related to cultural heritage.
As such, Altair4 has produced a wide range of 3D archaeological reconstructions for Museums, Television Productions and Web, 360° Videos and 8K, Augmented Reality and Interactive APPs for iOS and Android platforms. The members of the Altair4 creative team come from diverse backgrounds and experience in computer animation, graphic arts, design and broadcast production. The ongoing dialogue between past and present characterizes all Altair4 productions and its innovative and multi-faceted approach to creating computer products where advanced technological tools and artistic and cultural processes are joined.
Video (2016) – 3D animations for TV
Video (2015) – 3D animations for TV
Print (2019) – Illustrations for Focus Storia review
Web site (2017) – Web site with virtual visit
Video (2019) – 3D animations for TV channel La7
Augmented reality (2019) – Project for development of 5G in Milan
Video (2019) – Sassovivo Abbey
Video (2013) – Deconstructing the painting of Gustave Caillebotte Le Pont de l’Europe (1876)
Augmented Reality (2019) – Le Pont de l’Europe