Blinded by the light: James Turrell obliterates the senses in stunning new Mona wing
Mona owner David Walsh calls his $32m new wing ‘a testimonial to the power of light as art’
Augmented Reality: David Bowie in Three Dimensions By the Culture, Design and Graphics teams of The New York Times. Get incredibly close to the groundbreaking costumes of a legendary performer.
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In recent years, HTC has partnered with several museums to cultivate VR as a tool for art and learning. New projects are always in the works, and recently the company launched the Vive Arts program, reaffirming its commitment to working with developers and cultural institutions to further explore VR as an artistic and educational medium. The first installation under the Vive Arts banner has now opened at London's Tate Modern gallery as part of a new exhibition celebrating…
US museum debuts first 3-D holograms of Holocaust survivors
Chicago exhibit uses voice-recognition technology and machine learning to let visitors ask questions about hardships under Nazi regime
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Carne y Arena review - dazzling virtual reality exhibit offers a fresh look at the refugee crisis
Birdman director Alejandro González Iñárritu’s latest project is a fully immersive account of the horrors faced at the US/Mexico border
Perpetuity | Palmyra Is A Vital VR Project To Preserve Syrian Culture
A new VR experience from The Arc/k Project is hoping to restore the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra with the help of Kickstarter.
CHICAGO ØØ | The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, Virtual Reality Experience
Presented by: The Chicago History Museum & Geoffrey Alan Rhodes Funded by: The Princess Grace Foundation, USA and The National Endowment for the Arts About t...
Meet The Enemy
The Enemy brings you face-to-face with combatants from three conflict zones: with the Maras in Salvador, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and in Israel and Palestine. Their testimonies and confessions about their lives, experiences, and perspectives on war will allow you to better understand their motivations… and their humanity.