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Ai Weiwei's recent London art exhibit is available in VR

There's 360-degree video for folks who don't own a headset, too.

Billy Steele , @wmsteele
01.21.16 in Art

If you missed Ai Weiwei's recent exhibit at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, don't fret. The work of the filmmaker, photographer and sculptor is available online in 360-degree video. An internet-based exhibition includes all of the imagery, video and audio needed to navigate through Weiwei's recently-displayed catalog.

You don't need any extra tech to make your virtual visit either, as Ai Weiwei 360 is available through a browser on your phone, tablet or computer. If you happen to have a Google Cardboard or Gear VR headset lying around, though, you can take advantage of "photorealistic stereoscopic 3D," a first for an art exhibit according to RA. The virtual showcase will be available online through November 20th.

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