Having flourished in recent years, Virtual Reality technology is creating breakthroughs in the art experience of the mass audience. With just a headset with VR technology, users will be immersed in realistic and vivid art spaces.
Virtual reality technology brings users into an impressive digital space where they can interact or observe the space in 360 degrees angel, just like in a real experience. VR is increasingly being used in museum tours, making exhibits interactive and scenes come to life.
Coming to the virtual reality exhibition “Motherland by the waves“, visitors will go through the most advanced technologies such as 3D, VR, Hologram, combined with a series of augmented experience features. The exhibition recreates a space on a poetic island, with waves, sandy shores, trees and a sophisticated, modern exhibition hall. Visitors can not only admire the works in high definition, but also interact and feel the change in time and real space.
More specifically, virtual reality technology is removing all limitations of space and time. Participants can experience the exhibition anytime, anywhere, on any online device platform. This will help the audience to participate easily, without encountering barriers such as weather, or geographical location. From there, the artworks will be widely accessible to the public, helping to spread the love of the sea and the island, the national culture to each individual in society.