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Back to the Golden Sixties!

For their new “Golden Sixties” exhibition, Collections & Patrimoine has commissioned de pinxi to produce multimedia virtual reality environments which are simply … spectacular!

The visitor takes a trip through time and (re)discovers the world of the nineteen-sixties, the iconic personalities of the period and their atypical lifestyle, via wraparound virtual reality, in which the Bravoure Media contributions carry the de pinxi signature!

de pinxi has been assigned the task of designing virtual reality animations for two key moments in the sixties: the Murder of John F. Kennedy, and Man’s First Steps on the Moon.

Nobody can forget that scene on November 22, 1963 when the thirty-fifth President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, was assassinated. But who was the killer, and what could he see from his hiding place?

de pinxi have outlined a photographically accurate reconstruction of the scene of the crime as seen from the room where Lee Harvey Oswald’s rifle was found.

All you need to do is lean out through the window to relive that shocking moment – the shots, the shrieks from the crowd. Everything is there to plunge the visitor into the event.

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