Interactive Virtual Art Show Is A Game-Changer

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, there's been a wave of innovation around the world geared toward creating more virtual experiences for people to enjoy from the comfort, and safety, of their own homes. Introducing "The Dionysian Kid," a contemporary art exhibit created by London-based artist Alias Trate and curated by Tim Goossens, Director at Sotheby's Institute of Art in New York.

In this interactive experience, a drone flies through the "The Dionysian Kid" exhibit, stopping at each piece so viewers can get a closer look. But, what actually makes the video interactive is an innovative new platform called DIGMA. Thanks to DIGMA, viewers can do all sorts of cool things like pause the video and zoom in or get more information on a particular piece. DIGMA was created by Stuart Verschoyle and Chris Pettigrew — none other than Oli Pettigrew's younger brother! To learn more about DIGMA, head on over to their website.

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