Virtual Reality Space

As you won’t understand Virtual Reality unless you have experienced it, you will be able to try and feel the best museum’s VR experiences of today during We Are Museums 2019. 

Project managers will also be on site to guide you, reply to your question and discuss with you the future of museums in the age of Virtual Reality.

The Secret Annex by the Anne Frank House (The Netherlands)

The VR tour gives people all around the world the opportunity to explore Anne Frank’s hiding place as it was in July 1942 to August 1944, the period when Anne Frank was forced into hiding and wrote her diary. The tour gives a unique experience of the hiding place of Anne Frank and the seven other people in the Secret Annex.

check the trailer here 

The Liebermann atelier VR in Max Liebermann Haus Berlin by Stiftung Brandenburger Tor and Ikonospace

The Max Liebermann Haus VR experience transports visitors into the 1900s artist’s private apartments and his atelier (studio) in Berlin, prior to their destruction during the Second World War. At WAM19, the Stiftung Brandenburger Tor and Ikonospace will showcase an exclusive sneak peek showcasing Max Lieberman’s atelier that will be released late 2019.

The Kremer Museum

Designed by architect Johan van Lierop, Founder of Architales and Principal at Studio Libeskind, the museum features 74 Dutch & Flemish Old Master paintings from the Collection and will be accessible exclusively through Virtual Reality (VR) technology.

The DSL Collection’s Virtual Art Museum

Founded in 2005 by Paris-based collectors Sylvain and Dominique Lévy, the DSL Collection features major works by nearly 200 contemporary Chinese artists, from leading figures such as Zeng Fanzhi and Ai Weiwei, to younger artists like Zhao Zhao. The virtual museum highlights a selection of 30 large-scale artworks.