Sneak peak: The world's first 3D printed, virtual reality art
Last week, we announced that HTC Vive and the Royal Academy of Arts (RA) would showcase the world's first 3D printed, VR art in January.
Today, they have given us a sneak peak at some pictures from a preview event that took place in London this week.
RA Schools alumni Adham Faramawy, Elliot Dodd, and current final year student Jessy Jetpacks have created the work using an HTC Vive.
Aspects of each of the artists’ work will be 3D printed as part of a display at the Royal Academy, where visitors will be able to experience these in VR as well as physically, by popping on an HTC Vive.
In VR, you can walk through, over, under and around the artwork as it is created around them.
The exhibition will be open to the public on Thursday 12 to Saturday 14 January 2017, from 7 to 11pm in the Fine Rooms at the Royal Academy.
Here are some of the pictures:
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