Capturing Reality. The Closest Thing To Being There
V21 Artspace use laser scanning technology to capture real time arts and culture exhibitions to produce and present immersive 3D virtual exhibitions for context, access and archiving.
Our photographers pay particular attention to the requests of the gallery managers, artists and curators and have an eye for the aesthetic.
Once created the 3D virtual exhibition can be viewed on all online platforms, with simple easy to follow instructions, key to accessibility and audience development. When a live exhibition has closed, audiences can continue to engage with the work. The artist and collaborators have an interactive archive and control the narrative of the exhibition.
To further engage the audience the exhibitions are supported by the addition of multimedia annotations such as video, photography, gallery guides, talks etc. Annotations are also integral to the archiving function, providing the narrative.
The 3D view of the exhibition provides a whole new perspective for the viewer that couldn't ordinarily be seen in reality. From a planning perspective, the 3D dollshouse and accurate floor plans are a vital tool for communicating the space to all collaborators.
Life & Death | Hung Up Gallery 2017 | 3D Dollshouse
We are reactive to our clients needs and can be on site at short notice, providing the 3D virtual exhibition within 48 hours of scanning.
Please contact us if you would like more information on how to present and archive your latest or upcoming exhibition in immersive 3D VR