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[PCVR] The Kremer Collection VR Museum - Free - Oculus
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[PCVR] The Kremer Collection VR Museum - Free - Oculus

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Currently £7.19 on Steam, so a nice little saving. The title supports Supports Rift, Rift S and Oculus Touch

Art like never before. The Kremer Museum is an innovative new museum concept that combines the newest VR technology with world-class Old Master paintings. The museum includes pieces by Rembrandt, Aelbert Cuyp, Frans Hals and many more Old Masters from the Dutch Golden Age.

Walk around a fantastic new space, where the balance between traditional museums and VR is represented through a new sort of architecture. Be sure to check out Rembrandt’s “old man with a turban”, walk through it, and see the original back of the panel, to explore the work’s unique stamps of provenance.

Designed by architect Johan van Lierop, Founder of Architales and developed by MOYOSA MEDIA from the Netherlands, the museum features 74 Dutch and Flemish Old Master paintings from the Dutch Golden Age, and is accessible exclusively through VR.
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This VR experience is fantastic, well worth the money I paid for it and great that the developers have made this available for free. Very cool. So many good art and museum pieces of software available for VR headsets:

Sky VR: Hold The World
The Night Cafe
Nefertari: Journey To Eternity
Art Plunge
Versailles VR: The Palace Is Yours
Masterworks: Journey Through History
Vintage VR
The VR Museum Of Fine Art

And Project Mosul have been recreating museum pieces from the Mosul Museum that were destroyed in Iraq in VR with photogrammetary. All of these models have been uploaded to SketchFab and can be found here:


You'll need a VR compatible browser (webvr.rocks/) to view them, and there are plenty of models from other museums too, and they're adding new ones all the time. A VERY cool project.
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