Met exhibition returns color to Egyptian temple after 2,000 years
After 2,000 years of beige, the Met Museums new “Color the Temple'' exhibition has returned color to The Temple of Dendur thanks to new projection-mapping technology.
A new projector has been installed which fills in the temple's carvings with color offering visitors a glimpse of how vibrant the temple would have been in it's original form.
The exhibition is only open on Fridays and Saturday's from 5-9pm and will be open to the public until the 19th of March.
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