VR-NISSAGE 3 - A room scale virtual reality art exhibition of paintings by artist John Wentz
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Positive (11) - 81% of the 11 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Jul 3, 2020

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Why Early Access?

“This virtual reality art exhibition is currently ready to be viewed, but since this is not your typical gaming experience we are looking for feedback from the community that would help us make this exhibition more engaging and dynamic. We are very committed to developing new ideas and to make this a multiplayer experience. We want this virtual reality art exhibition to be a global experience, to connect art aficionados and to be better than going to an art exhibition in the real world.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“One month to 45 days in early access. We will work to implement the feedback as quickly as possible.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“This art exhibition will offer the choice of experiencing the show by yourself or with other people online. We will also add live interaction with the artist so that those looking at the art exibition can ask the artist questions and interact.”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“Currently, this art exhibition of paintings by John Wentz is ready to be viewed in virtual reality. Made to experience in room scale virtual reality, which is great for art aficionados that are confined indoors and cannot go to any art exhibitions.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“VR-NISSAGE will be free to experience during early access and afterwards as well.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“Any feedback from the community is greatly appreciated, we know this is not your typical game to play, but more of a virtual reality art exhibition to experience. We can be reached by email sales@myfinbec.com or through the VR-NISSAGE community group. We are looking for feedback on everything from the artworks, what we can do to make joining a digital vernissage more enjoyable for our international community.”
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About This Game

VR-NISSAGE #3 with John Wentz is an interactive art exhibition featuring twenty-two original paintings by muralist, street artist and portrait painter John Wentz from San Francisco. This art exhibition is downloaded directly to your computer where it is experienced only in virtual reality, and you can freely walk around in the exhibition space and your real-life motions are reflected in the virtual reality environment.
This is not a game to play, it is simply a virtual reality art exhibition to explore and see these amazing works of art. If you enjoy visiting art exhibitions, but you can't due to the coronavirus, this is a safe way for you to visit an art exhibition from your home. Set in a natural space to display these paintings, virtual reality transforms your room into a serene open space to escape to. Each painting has been carefully replicated in virtual reality to exact measurements, color and texture of the original artworks.
For the VR-NISSAGE series, we set out to create a better experience on every level than going to an actual art gallery opening. Having spent more than a decade going to prominent art galleries around the world, we have a good understanding of what makes for a good experience at a vernissage. VR-NISSAGE is the next evolution of the art gallery. An art gallery that only exists in virtual reality, but can reach a much larger international audience. Each virtual reality exhibition space is totally designed around the artworks to present the paintings in a truly fascinating and engaging environment for the visitor. You can choose to visit the virtual reality exhibition alone to see the paintings quietly, meet with just your friends from around the world and discuss the art, or converse with new people and other art aficionados.
For each exhibition we produce, we create a hyperrealistic true-to-life 3D live animated model of the artist that can can meet and have a conversation with collectors inside the virtual space. The artist wears a full body 3D motion capture suit with realtime facial scanning so that the avatar of the artist in virtual reality can interact live and have a conversation with those attending the exhibition.
Since 2012, we have worked producing exhibitions internationally with some of the most prominent contemporary artists in the world.

John Wentz is a contemporary artist whose work is an exploration of process and technique. Working within the classical idiom of the human figure, his goal is to reduce and simplify the image to its core fundamentals: composition, color, and mark-making. Paint application and brush strokes are broad and simplified as a means to connect and convey these ideas to the viewer with an abstract sensibility. He has had 5 solo exhibitions in San Francisco and numerous group exhibitions both nationally and internationally. His works have appeared in many publications and have won multiple awards.

System Requirements

    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: Windows 10
    • Processor: Core i5-7500 / Ryzen 5 1600
    • Memory: 12 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GTX 1060 / RX 580-6GB VRAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 4400 MB available space
    • VR Support: SteamVR. Standing or Room Scale
    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system

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