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VR Exhibition "I" in Mars
10.01.2018 12:49
VR Exhibition

Contemporary Art Center "Mars" represents a new genre of art - Immersive Digital Art. The visitor puts on a VR helmet and, like Lewis Carroll's Alice, is taken to a fabulous virtual space. And now you are a child playing in the sandbox. You smell and feel the touch - in a word, find yourself completely immersed in the proposed circumstances. Then a journey through a fantastic world starts. 

What are you going to do: build a castle or run a toy train? Each of your choices gives you this or that possibility so have an upper arm of the scenario! The project creators invite you to take part in a fascinating story and think about your real "I".

The exhibition runs from 29 November 2017 to 15 May 2018.

Author: Vera Ivanova


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