The frescos in the main stairway of the Hungarian National Museum can be observed from uplclose - thanks to the tech-enabled high resolution images - and by clicking on each figure, the spectator learns who the painted characters are.

The interactive digital technology establishes a new type of infromation communication. In the conception of the future, the whole museum can be discovered virtually, the exhibited objects can be walked around, projected images can be watched through the internet either from school or from the comfort of one's home.

Virtual guiding expands the experience of the museum both in space and in time: bringing the real museum closer to  a wider audience and has the potential for all things learned to be recalled and remembered profoundly on the longer run.