If you weren't able to attend the famous Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei's recent exhibition at London's Royal Academy of Arts, you can still take in his work through the 'Ai Weiwei 360' immersive tour.
The website allows you to take in Weiwei's work online in the form of 360-degree video. You can browse through the gallery, check out the different exhibits, read information about them and watch information videos by the museum's curators.
Given that it's very difficult for art-lovers around the globe to physically attend exhibits that they would like to, virtual reality technology offers a wonderful way out. Ai WeiWei 360 is all set to herald a new era in artistic dialogue where art lovers can simply log on their computers to enjoy and engage with the greatest artistic works and exhibits of the day.
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