Dreams of Dali: discover a surrealist artist in VR

“Dreams of Dali” immerses us in virtual reality, the work of Salvador Dalí, Catalan painter, sculptor, engraver, screenwriter and writer. He is particularly known for his surrealist works you will discover in this virtual reality application.

Dreams of Dali: a unique and eclectic experience

Dreams of Dali is a virtual reality experience that dives us into the universe of the painting named “Archaeological Reminiscence of Millet’s Angelus” created by Salvador Dali in 1935.

This experience is very unique and eclectic. We walk in the universe of Dali: a desert appears then stone columns and distant lands,  everything with a remarkable music. The immersion is total.

Dreams of Dali is a virtual reality experience created by the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida.

This award-winning VR experience has garnered visitors, online praise and international recognition.  Dreams of Dali won a multitude of industry awards, including the prestigious Cannes Cyber Lion GOLD; a Webby People’s Voice Award; and a Facebook Silver Award for Innovation, among others.

In Dreams of Dalí, enjoy the remarkable marriage of art and technology  to teach the history of art, and explain the codes of the surrealist movement.

Dreams of Dali Features

3.8/5
Musical and Artistic Education
13-15 years, 16-18 years, Adult
English
Oculus Rift, STEAM VR compatible headset, HTC compatible headset, Windows Mixed Reality compatible headset, Web browser, Vive Focus Plus, PCVR, VivePort
Free

For teaching

Pros

+ The experience is of very good graphic quality. 

+ The visual and sound ambiance is particularly representative of the artist’s universe

+ Immersed in the painting, you will better assess the striking disproportion of the surrealistic elements

+ A pioneer way to discover an artist and engage in the discovery of Salvador Dali

Cons

– the experience is maybe too short

– Not recommended for people who has fear of heights

– Possible feeling of cybersickness when climbing the towers

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