Associated Press: Famed medieval Bayeux Tapestry goes online – every thread

Associated Press: Famed medieval Bayeux Tapestry goes online – every thread. “The world-famous medieval Bayeux Tapestry may be off-limits to visitors because of the coronavirus pandemic, but its keepers have put a digital version online so the public can enjoy its fabled cloth from the safety of home. At nearly 70 meters (77 yards) long, users may have to be skilled at using the scroll function of their computers.”

Input: This tool lets you zoom in on Raphael’s breathtaking tapestries

Input: This tool lets you zoom in on Raphael’s breathtaking tapestries. “The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) has released an online tool that allows viewers to take in the stunning beauty and mystery of one of the most impressive Renaissance artists, Raphael. Marking the painter’s 500th anniversary, this V&A virtual magnifying glass is a product of collaborative work with the Factum Foundation for Digital Technology in Conservation. The resulting program renders Raphael’s work in breathtakingly minute detail, down to the shafts of light and warmth or conversely, darkness on figures’ faces.”