Last June, the first fully digital art museum opened its doors: The Mori Building Digital Art Museum in Tokyo, Japan.
This enclosure offers a totally interactive experience to its visitors. It consists of 10,000 m² with 520 computers and 470 projectors, which generate spectacular changing images and three-dimensional spaces full of lights and optical effects.
Visitors have an immersive and interactive experience in different rooms that make up the installation. There are rooms in which you can touch fluorescent fish, walk on the water, touch digital flower walls where the blossoms disperse or fall when you touch them, walk while butterflies appear around your feet, see ocean storms, and so on.
It uses the most advanced technology of map projection, motion and touch sensors and virtual reality, which transports the visitor to other realms … to a fantastic sensory world. In this museum, art unites with the visitor.