The Kremer Museum shows parts of the Kremer Collection in a VR museum designed by architect Johan van Lierop, Founder of Architales and Principal at Studio Libeskind. The museum features over 70 17th Century Dutch and Flemish Old Master paintings from the Collection and is accessible exclusively through Virtual Reality (VR) technology. The App is available on Steam, Viveport and for Oculus (Go & Rift) and Samsung Gear VR.
Using AI to craft an artistic VR experience for the Royal Academy. The result: A fantastically detailed and authentic experience, allowing viewers to discover Yinka’s new artwork and explore a historic painting from a whole new angle. The experience fuses Yinka’s own work with his influences to create an entirely new art piece, demonstrating that technology is constantly offering artists new platforms to express themselves. Continue reading Yinka Shonibare VR
The Wndr Museum, an art- and science-related pop-up set to open in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood on August 17, will feature Yayoi Kusama’s “Infinity Mirror Room” installation Let’s Survive Forever, a work first shown at David Zwirner gallery in New York in 2017. Continue reading The Wndr Museum
Vladimir Storm is focused on creative and art direction, VR / AR / MR, real-time VFX and interactive CG, CNNs and computer vision, machine learning and AI. He‘s got 10+ years of experience in software development, IxD, UX, graphic and game design while he has been working as a creative and art director on various software / game / science / tech and art projects. Continue reading Artist: Vladimir Storm
For the last several years, digital art collective teamLab has staged impressive installations all around Japan and abroad. Various museums have played host and fans have lined up for hours to immerse themselves in the short-lived digital projections that are often as interactive as they are colorful. Now, teamLab is getting their own museum of digital art thanks to a collaboration between real estate company Mori Building. Continue reading TeamLab opens permanent Digital Art Museum in Tokyo
VRHAM! ist das erste Virtual Reality & Arts Festival in Deutschland. Künstler*innen aus der ganzen Welt können hier einmal jährlich Virtual Reality-Art präsentieren, kreieren und weiterentwickeln, die mit den Grenzen zwischen Kino, Storytelling, Dokumentation und künstlerischem Schaffen spielt, sie verändert oder sogar aufhebt. Continue reading VRHAM! 2018 – Open Call
“An essential aspect of new media in all its forms is its immersive nature. This was heralded in the history of panoramic painting, of the cinerama and of installation art, and it is now reaching new levels of transformational experience in the immersive digital visualization systems of virtual reality and augmented reality. Continue reading »The Art of Immersion« Exhibition at the ZKM Karlsruhe
“ArtformAR arose out of the frustrations of a shy girl who frequently visits art museums all over the world, only to get lost in them. She also happens to be an augmented reality hacker, so she used computer vision to come up with a solution to help everyone who visits galleries — and even connect them!” Continue reading ArtformAR – the augmented reality platform for art museums