Art Plunge

Swedish engineers have made their own immersive versions of famous paintings. The first experiences are masterpieces of Da Vinci and Ian Vermeer. The authors make no secret of their know how: characters and environment are made in 3D and then covered with artistic textures.In VR you see a 180 version of the painting. In future the authors are going to “immersize” other prominent artists — they offer users to decide which exactly on their Facebook page.

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Photo — Art Plunge application, video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpgj9b8-JMA

Virtual borders

In project «Virtual borders» Brooklyn artist Mr. Toll combines nature, art and technology. Giant installations of a human trap, a fried egg and a melting world were installed in Arizona desert, captured in 360 and uploaded to mobile stores as a VR app. The authors say that VR in this art-project provides spectators with a fresh look on ordinary objects in the context of a human nature.

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Фото — приложение Virtual Borders, видео https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hihrAwvkJtU&feature=youtu.be

Endless canvas in VR

It’s interesting to look how two individual artists have come to a similar idea and how different their results are. Goro Fujita and Sutu Eats Flies are exploring the idea of endless canvas in virtual reality.

Goro Fujita, «Worlds in Worlds», Oculus Quill 4

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Sutu Eats Flies, «A world inside a world inside a world…..», Tilt Brush1

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Photo and video — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZeFuXfWsI3s, https://vimeo.com/194697431

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Retro virtual reality in graphic series by Philip Madill

New Zealand artist Philip Madill is known for photorealistic drawing skills and futuristic plots. In graphic series «Virtual Continuum» Philip imagines if history would have taken a different route. In these still moments of 1940s and 50s people in familiar circumstances and strange headsets are living their virtual life.

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Photo — https://mintartdunedin.wordpress.com/, http://www.philipmadill.com/work, https://www.instagram.com/philipmadill/

Hitler art propaganda in VR

A developer Ernst Dommershuijzen recreated in virtual reality The Haus der Kunst — the museum which was built with personal participation of Hitler. Inside of 3D building Ernst showed all 386 artworks, that were exposed in the real museum between 1937-1944. The exhibition is available on the interactive site.

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Photo — http://www.saira-ayurveda.nl/hdk/3dg.html, video — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3s-fZZwfGdY&list=PL653D6DF791D23198&index=1