A seemingly small exhibit at the far end of Carnegie’s Museum of Art’s Hall of Architecture may be a bit deceiving. Donning a virtual reality headset tethered to a central guest station will reveal the enormity of different dystopias on exhibit there. Four immersive experiences covering topics like climate change, social unrest, and economics indulge the senses for 3 minutes each. Branded as “Styles and Customs of the 2020s,” this VR exhibit represents a collaboration of New York-based DIS and Scatter, and includes graphics, smooth movements, and engaging sounds. The exhibit will be open to the public through September 4, 2017.
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