With curiosity and technology, these artists explore the “spirit of being”
What does it mean to be alive in an era where technology, media, economic disparity, diversity, global health, and the climate crisis are part of our everyday lives and conversations? Meet six pioneering artists who are using technology to explore these themes in Spirit of Being, a virtual and in-person immersive art experience hosted by The Microsoft Garage in partnership with cultural agency Hatchers.
Explore the Arctic through the eyes of the narwhal
A new immersive experience invites visitors deep under water to consider the narwhal with HoloLens technology.
Explore WWII’s French Resistance in mixed reality
HoloLens brings the historic Liberation of Paris to life on its 75th anniversary at the Museum of the Liberation of Paris.
The making of “Hollywood Dream Machines”
Go behind the scenes to see how the Petersen Automotive Museum uses mixed reality to showcase iconic cars from sci-fi and fantasy.
“Hollywood Dream Machines” brings iconic cars to life
At the Petersen Automotive Museum, mixed reality gives fans an inside look at the iconic cars from Back to the Future and Halo.
Reimagining the arts with immersive technology
The Knight Foundation has invested $750K in five experiments that are using immersive technology in the arts to shape the future of the museum experience.
Open Access is transforming the way the public explores art
Cleveland Museum of Art is now an Open Access institution, making world-renowned works of art from its collection—along with a wealth of metadata—available online for the public to share, reuse, remix, or simply explore.
Exploring The Met’s collection using AI
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is sparking global connections to art through artificial intelligence.
Mont-Saint-Michel: The historic 3D model comes to life
The famed Mont-Saint-Michel relief map—a 17th century icon of French innovation, history, and culture—comes to life as an immersive mixed reality experience.