The most important thing is for the visitor to be able to interact and seamlessly learn more when they’re physically in front of a work.ArtVolt
As an avid art lover and collector, ArtVolt founder George Stamboulis attended fairs, gallery openings, and museums on a regular basis. Looking through his phone later, George realised he was spending hours sorting through and searching for specific artworks, with no way to categorise the photos he had taken by gallery, date or place. Discerning that there must be an easier way to catalogue his art digitally, sparked an idea to use technology, and thus the idea for ArtVolt, a digital diary for art, was born.
As with all great ideas, the original idea turned into something bigger. Beyond cataloguing and arranging image files, Artvolt has developed into an app with powerful image recognition and the ability to scan QR codes, allowing visitors to not only catalogue their findings, but to also access relevant information about the artist, the exhibition, the gallery and more. Acting like the art version of Shazam or Vivinio, ArtVolt can additionally identify specific works and artists, allowing for users to identify works they can't quite recognise, quickly and easily.
By capturing an image of an artwork or clicking a QR code, using the ArtVolt app users are taken directly to a raft of information - artist’s bio and Instagram, the gallery's wider profile and other represented artists, as well as the ability to reach out directly to the gallery to learn more about a specific work, see their upcoming shows, read the latest relevant art news and receive recommendations of other artworks they might like.
Discover more and download the app at ArtVolt.
Sometimes the gallerist isn’t available to speak, some people are shy. Instantly having the knowledge makes it effortless to cultivate your taste in art, and later to be able to scroll through your saved artist, galleries, artworks to find whatever you are looking for within seconds.ArtVolt