Exhibition Tip: NU:REALITY Naturally Immersive

by Eyes & Ears of Europe

NU:REALITY presents "Naturally Immersive", a groundbreaking virtual reality exhibition running from March to May. Immerse yourself in an immersive world where boundaries blur and reality takes on new dimensions. Through a mix of 360° VR films and interactive installations, participants are transported to extraordinary realms, from standing face-to-face with the first animals on Earth alongside Sir David Attenborough to listening to the haunting song of an extinct bird on a Hawaiian island. Immerse yourself in the magic of cinematic VR storytelling and witness the ancient knowledge of indigenous cultures come to life. NU:REALITY offers an unparalleled experience where the line between the real and the imagined disappears, inviting visitors to explore the limitless possibilities of virtual reality.

The Eye Filmmuseum in Amsterdam stands as a testament to the rich history and vibrant future of cinema. Situated on the north bank of the River IJ, directly behind Amsterdam’s Central Station, Eye is a striking architectural marvel that has become an iconic landmark in the city.

The museum traces its roots back to the Nederlands Historisch Film Archief (Netherlands Historical Film Archive), which was founded in 1946 with the aim of collecting and preserving films of artistic value. Over the decades, the archive grew exponentially, evolving into the Nederlands Filmmuseum and eventually transforming into Eye Filmmuseum in its current form.

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