Musion, which holds the most original patents for 3-D effects and performance technologies, and has conducted many successful projects, has combined forces with the Istanbul Development Agency and Bilgi University for a digital exhibition. "Tile," which brings traditional art and the digital world together, is offering a digital and interactive museum experience to its visitors within the scope of the Digital Experiences Collective's (DECOL) project. The project entitled "Dekonstract: Tile," which is conceptualized by DECOL, Turkey's first digital and art cooperative, aims to reinvigorate tile arts, and offers history and art exhibits incorporating a digital experience to art lovers for the first time in the world. The project, which gives individuals a chance to experience a digital and interactive museum, turns examples of Turkish Tile Art beginning from the 12th century into interactive artifacts for the visitors of the Çinili Köşk Museum, by using digital story narration. Visitors to the museum tour the installation, which mainly features examples of tile art from between the 13th and 16th centuries through a timeline, and when they reach the 3-D hologram box created by Musion, they witness the change in the tile's styles throughout history. Offering an art experience tinged with history and digital media, "Dekonstract: Tile" can be visited until March 14.