”We keep pace with world trends in museology with the exhibition in virtual reality. A new exhibition has the spirit of the times in which Nikola Tesla lived and worked, and its VR segments offer a modern viewers an extremely direct interaction with Tesla’s legacy and doctrine, and at the same time it makes Tesla more accessible to his admirers around the world.” said Branimir Jovanović, director of the Museum of Nikola Tesla.
Visitors of the museum will be putting the device VR headset on their heads, and they will be able to immerse themselves in the virtual world of Nikola Tesla and the five stories of the scientist and about his achievements, find out what his relationship with Edison was, why he never married and they will assist him in his experiments.
“Tesla has devoted his whole life devoted to innovation, wishing that his patents would be of benefit to humanity. Based on this principle, and believing that modern technology and companies need to have a purpose for the community, by donating the exhibition we wanted to convey the values that have kept Tesla alive so far” said Jovan Stojanović, director of Direct Media.