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As the global lockdown progresses, cultural institutions remain inaccessible, closed to the audiences indefinitely. To counteract this unfortunate situation, VR-All-Art has decided to open its platform several months ahead of schedule. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting social distancing, cultural institutions across the globe remain closed to the public and the only way to reach their audience is online.
Speaking on behalf of the company, CEO and Founder Vitomir Jevremovic explains:
“Our original plan was to go live online by the end of May 2020. However, our vision of bringing arts & culture into Virtual Reality is being realized much sooner than anticipated. We have put extreme efforts into opening the platform ahead of schedule, and we are inviting and encouraging all institutions to join VR-All-Art and create Virtual Reality exhibitions for free for the entire period of the lockdown.”
The VR-All-Art team has worked hard to make sure creating and publishing exhibitions on the platform is a fast and easy process. The exhibitions will be presented in Virtual Reality and shared with owners of VR headsets, while others can access the content on their mobile phones through Augmented Reality or cardboard VR. Embedding has also been enabled so that the exhibitions can be shown on the institutions’ websites as high-quality interactive walkthroughs.
For more information, please visit the OPEN CALL page.
Following the end of the local lockdown in Serbia, the VR-All-Art team has continued working on the latest planned exhibition of prehistoric art and artifacts from Vinca culture, one of the largest prehistoric archaeological sites in Europe. The team scanned over thirty of the most significant figurines from the Neolithic in three locations with the latest 3D scanning technology.
Due to recent events that have affected us all, but perhaps especially cultural institutions such as museums, we are working quicker than ever on moving as much art and cultural heritage into virtual reality as possible, so that anyone can enjoy and draw endless inspiration from art and culture wherever they are on the planet.
Speaking about “Private museums: trends and the impact of virtual reality”, Vitomir Jevremovic, CEO of VR-All-Art, was invited to be one of the panelists at the event, alongside other prominent names in the industry.