In the Future You Can Explore Art in Virtual-Reality [Video]

In this clip, from Mark Kelly of the Wall Street Journal, we can see an example on how to dive into paintings and explore them via virtual-reality devices. This particular work is the “Archaeological Reminiscence of Millet’s Angelus” by Salvador Dalí from 1933. Certainly technology is not meant to replace art but it allows us to explore it in new depth and dimension. I am looking forward to see more of this in the near future. Thanks to Mark and the WSJ for sharing this!

YouTube: Salvador Dalí Gets the Virtual-Reality Treatment

Photo credit: Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, University of Texas at Austin

Christopher Isak

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