Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Museum of digital media

Adobe just inaugurated the first virtual museum dedicated to art created in the digital dimension: The Adobe Museum of Digital Media.

The virtual building, designed by Italian architect Filippo Innocenti, could actually be built and would span 50 stories in the real world.

The visuals are very slick and a tour of the building is a must. The tour guides are like flying jellyfish with a mechanical eye. Kinda creepy, but efficient.

Even though the Museum only has one exhibit so far, the intro video tour is really cool and what Adobe proposes is very promising. Since the Digital Revolution started, there has been no depository of art created for the medium. Besides, you can visit a museum without taking your butt off your chair.

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