AMDM, the first “real” virtual museum of digital media opens this summer. It’s designed as if it were a real place (somewhere in the scintillating far future). Visitors will whiz through the museum via this machine-plant-fish-thing.
The atrium and gallery architecture is inspired by living things – plants, insects, etc. With Adobe masterminding it, this looks slicker than most virtual interfaces. You can also “run” and “interact with the art.” There are no guards. Starting this August, AMDM opens up a whole new vocation of art theft and vandalism to the hackers and trolls of the Internets.
Sneak a peak at the museum here.