Digital exhibition is virtually underwater

By DENG ZHANGYU | China Daily | Updated: 2018-07-10 07:45
Aquarium by Naked immerses people with the wonders of the underwater world through a combination of technology, lights, video and water. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Few people ever reach the bottom of the ocean, let alone explore and experience it. However, an immersive exhibition, presented by Japanese design and art agency Naked Inc is offering Beijingers the opportunity to enjoy the wonders of the underwater world through a combination of technology, lights, video and water.

Visitors to the show Aquarium by Naked at Beijing's Guardian Art Center walk through a tunnel under the sea, giving them the feeling of being surrounded by water. They see aurora, as dolphins swim under their feet and can feel jellyfish ascending by touching them on a jellyfish wall. Then, suddenly, find themselves spiraling down to more than 6,000 meters under the sea, where they step onto the ocean floor, rich in deep-sea marine creatures.

Finally, they're pushed by the waves back to the shore, where the real world welcomes them with an interactive digital firework display.

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