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International Journal of Art Innovation and Development, 2020, 1(2); doi: 10.38007/IJAID.2020.010202.

Development and Design of Folk Arts Intangible Cultural Heritage Products with Laser Scanning Microscope

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Qiang Liu

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Qiang Liu
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Zhongshan Torch Polytechnic, Zhongshan City, Guangdong, China

Abstract

China is an ancient country with 5000 years of civilization and has a long history of culture. Among them, material and cultural heritage plays a very important role. However, the current existence and development of intangible cultural heritage is not optimistic, so it is imperative to protect intangible cultural heritage and develop and study intangible cultural heritage. With the continuous renewal of cultural industry, the innovative development and design of intangible cultural heritage is a necessary direction. Laser scanning microscope (LSM), originated in the mid-1920s, is an advanced technology developed rapidly and has been widely used in many fields such as cell and molecular biology. In order to promote the development and design of intangible cultural heritage products, laser scanning microscope is applied to the development and design of intangible cultural heritage products. This paper first investigates and analyzes the research status of intangible cultural heritage at home and abroad, then describes the laser scanning microscope in detail, and finally applies the laser scanning microscope to the development and design of paper-cut art and embroidery products. Through the investigation, we can see that the industrialization of non-heritage can be divided into productive protection, creative protection and digital protection. In recent years, cultural and creative market has great investment income, and cultural and creative products are loved by minors. The development and design industry of intangible cultural heritage products has infinite potential, and the application of laser scanning microscope in it is very innovative and feasible, which is of great significance to promote the development and design of intangible cultural heritage products.

Keywords

Laser Scanning Microscope, Intangible Cultural Heritage, Folk Art, Paper Cutting Art

Cite This Paper

Qiang Liu. Development and Design of Folk Arts Intangible Cultural Heritage Products with Laser Scanning Microscope. International Journal of Art Innovation and Development (2020), Vol. 1, Issue 2: 74-86.

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