Sony Music Entertainment and representatives of David Bowie reported on the development of an exhibition dedicated to the creativity and life of the singer. The exposition will be created in augmented and virtual reality, and it will be available for the main platforms – but which ones are not specified.
It is claimed that this will be the first such exhibition of its kind. Developers will add singer’s costumes, personal effects and other objects that will pile us into the atmosphere of his life and creativity.
The exposition will be available in nine languages. The application will be released this fall, and some of the funds from sales – the price, by the way, is unknown – will go to the Brooklyn Museum (USA) and the Victoria and Albert Museum (Great Britain).
David Bowie is a British singer, known for his ability to change his images and musical styles. Bowie died in early 2016 after a serious illness, he was 69 years old.