Oculus Rift Platform Tracks & Finds The World’s Missing Art

Oculus Rift Platform Tracks & Finds The World’s Missing Art

The Museum Of Stolen Art features inaccessible pieces of history, interactive audio tour aimed to recover lost masterpieces

Simone Spilka
  • 16 january 2015

Have you ever wondered what it would look like to step into the world’s most sought-after art collection? Artist Ziv Schneider is now offering owners of Oculus Rift the opportunity to see for themselves: “For looted art, go to your right,” a voice narrates via audio. “For art theft, go to your left,” the voice continues. Enter The Museum of Stolen Art, a unique fusion of technology and art culture of artwork and sculptures reported as missing by the FBI and Interpol databases.

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