Travel Inside and Beyond the Art: Dreams of Dalí in Virtual Reality
Enjoy the remarkable marriage of art and technology in Dreams of Dalí, a virtual reality experience, as you explore Dali’s painting Archaeological Reminiscence of Millet’s “Angelus.” Immerse yourself in the world of the Surrealist master like never before in this encounter, venturing into the towers, peering from them to distant lands and discovering surprises around every corner. We imagine Dalí himself, known in his lifetime as what we now call an “earlier adopter” of new technology, would applaud this inspiring homage to his 1935 painting.
This award-winning VR experience has garnered visitor acclaim, online praise and international recognition through a multitude of industry awards, including the prestigious Cannes Cyber Lion GOLD; a Webby People’s Voice award; and a Facebook Silver award for Innovation, among others.
Museums and educational institutions interested in licensing Dreams of Dalí may contact VRlicense@thedali.org.
Download the Interactive Experience
For a fully immersive virtual reality experience from anywhere in the world, using your Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, download Dreams of Dalí from these leading VR platforms:
Watch the Linear 360° Video
When you can’t visit The Dalí in person, or if you don’t own a Rift, you may view a linear 360° video version of Dreams of Dalí from a variety of devices such as a Samsung Gear VR or Google Cardboard or Daydream.
Even if you don’t have a VR device, you may view the video on any smartphone, tablet or desktop PC using the latest version of Chrome.
Visit the Museum in Person to Experience Dreams of Dalí in Virtual Reality
Dreams of Dalí opens daily at 11am and is complimentary with Museum admission.
The last passes for the day are given out at 5pm (7pm on Thursdays); seating is limited; wait times will vary. Headsets used to experience Dreams of Dalí are one-size-fits-all. For guests ages 13 and up. Disclaimer: Consult your physician prior to using the headsets if you are prone to blackouts, disorientation, seizures, or experience photosensitive epilepsy.
View the trailer, below, to see a preview of what you’ll experience at the Museum.
“Truly amazing! It has forever changed the way I will look at the art of Dalí.”– Stephanie, YouTube
“I swear I cried and laughed with happiness to see and feel this! I love technology, I love art, I love dreams and I LOVE DALÍ.” – Lizbeth, Facebook