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Due to the current corona virus, it seems that travel and holidays are no longer possible for many people. Fortunately, it is possible to go to new places in virtual reality. And all you need for this is VR glasses and an internet connection. In this article we make a selection of the best VR travel experiences so that you can enjoy the most beautiful places even during the total lockdown.
The virtual trips can be divided into passive and ineractive visits. For example, some museums provide a virtual tour in the form of a video or Google Maps application, but there are also museums that have developed a complete virtual game. The virtual tours can generally be viewed on mobile or standalone VR glasses (for example the Oculus Go), while the interactive museum applications require PC VR glasses (such as the HTC Vive Cosmos).
The Louvre, the world's largest art and antiques museum, was forced to close when Paris locked up. And although you can no longer physically wander through the beautiful building, it is possible to get a complete virtual tour. All the most beautiful pieces from the collection are included in this, and the best thing is; you don't even have to queue for it!
The British capital's famous museum has partnered with Google Arts & Culture and over 2,000 other leading institutions to offer an interactive tour. Wander through time and click on different artifacts to get a closer look, read their history, and hear more information with an audio guide.
The company Light over Lapland has created a complete 360 degree experience for people who would like to travel to beautiful Lapland. The 360-degree videos allow viewers to visit the local arctic wilderness, meet local huskies and reindeer, do dog sledding and reindeer sledding, and even participate in a Northern Lights hunt.
Of course we cannot forget our own Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam in this list. Filled with masterpieces from the Dutch Golden Age, the Rijksmuseum is one of Amsterdam's most popular attractions. It is closed until June 1, but has just launched a new interactive experience, Rijksmuseum From Home, which allows you to virtually visit the home of Rembrandt's Night Watch and Vermeer's The Milkmaid.
In addition to the virtual tour through the Rijksmuseum, Google Arts & Culture also offers the opportunity to go deeper into the history and art of the paintings. This virtual exhibition provides a detailed look into the history of art.
The VR Museum of Fine Art takes you to a complete virtual museum where you can see the most beautiful paintings and works of art from history in peace and detail see. With a PC VR glasses and controllers you get so close to paintings and statues that you can even touch them!
You have never been this close to the Mona Lisa. Mona Lisa: Behind The Glass is an art project that delves deeper into the world's most famous painting. With the help of beautiful VR display you will be taken into the story of the Mona Lisa.
Dream of Dali takes you into the brain of master artist Dalí. In een surrealistische reis door een prachtige omgeving kom je helemaal tot rust in een wereld die alleen maar virtueel gemaakt kan worden.