SEOUL, Sept. 16 (Korea Bizwire) — A virtual reality (VR)-rendered full moon will be screened at the COEX convention center in Seoul upcoming Chuseok holiday.
The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA) began screening the first episode of a VR-rendered Korean art at COEX K-pop Square.
The MMCA began streaming the MMCA VR series last month to promote Korean art worldwide.
The VR experience features three-minute clips that tell the story behind each artwork, starting off with ‘Moonlight Crowns’ by Yee Soo-kyung.
VERS, a new media art group, created a 30-second video of Yee’s work using an anamorphic 3D technology.
The video that depicts the full moon alongside Yee’s artwork will be screened around 10 times this year.
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