- Author(s): Katyal, SK
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.15779/Z38PN8XF0T
© 2017 California Law Review, Inc. California Law Review, Inc. (CLR). This Article explores the legal revolution that is swiftly unfolding regarding the relationship between technology, user interactivity, and cultural institutions, both inside and outside of the law. At the same time that cultural properties are facing destruction from war and environmental change, we are also living in an age of unprecedented interactivity and reproduction-everywhere, museums are offering their collections for open access, 3-D printing, and new projects involving virtual and augmented reality. With the advent of other sophisticated forms of digital technology, the preservation and replication of antiquities have never been easier.