Vjupoint was installed at Hardanger fartøyvernsenter - a location within Hardanger and Voss museum - in May, as the first ever delivery of Vjupoint. Hardanger fartøyvernsenter is a non-profit foundation that perform services in conservation, restoration, and new builds of clinker-built boats. The centre also has a ship's smith and a ropemaker employed.
Hardanger fartøyvernsenter use Vjupoint to present information about the preserved vessels and the ship building craftsmanship behind the restoration and maintenance of the ships. Amongst other content are movies that show how you make rope and bolts for old sailships, and how you replace the frame and use wooden nails in a wooden hull.
See the image carousel below for pictures from the installation.
With 11 vjupoints, visitors are guided around the centre and shown how skilled craftsmen uphold the maritime history in Hardanger and Norway. Thanks to Vjupoint's automated video processing, HD video can be streamed to all phones in the right quality and speed adapted to each individual phone.