Exciting developments for Artmyn SA

09. Mai 2017

ARTMYN is a spin-off from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL).

Winner of the EPFL & Google “Focused Research Award” (2012-2014), ARTMYN provides a disruptive solution for highly accurate digitisation of visual artworks, with interactive rendering on mobile devices and accessible via a simple web browser. A unique portable scanner captures gigabytes of data describing the artwork in its finest details, which, along with proprietary web technologies, result in a true-to-life visualisation. This complete new experience allows users to embark on an emotional journey where digital replicas can be explored just as if the originals were in their very own hands.

ARTMYN concluded in January 2017 a partnership with Sotheby’s to bring their pioneering scanning technology to highlights from upcoming spring auctions. To learn more, click here.

Froriep is proud to support and advise ARTMYN since its inception. Recent collaborations with ARTMYN included advice by Froriep partner, Julie Wynne, on its new partnership with Sothebys as well as on its last round of financing of 1.2 million.

ARTMYN will present at World Economic Forum, Jordan (19-21 May), and China (27-29 June) 2017.

Other partners of ARTMYN include Axa Partners, the Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts Lausanne (mcb-a), the Martin Bodmer Foundation, the Musée de l'Elysée, the auction house Koller, the Musée Jenisch Vevey and the Fondation Jacques-Edouard Berger.

More information on Artmyn's website, a brief video and a video interview of Alexandre Catsicas, CEO, at the World Economic Forum in Davos (January 2017).