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Celestial Bodies, a VR Experience at The Museum of Sex (NYC)

A few days ago, I attended the beta testing project currently underway at The Museum of Sex, New York, titled: Celestial Bodies. From the website, MOS describes the experience as follows:
"Celestial Bodies is an immersive room scale VR installation that brings Diplo's track "Set It Off" to a new dimension...this virtual reality experience is an exploration of anticipation, sexual attraction, identity, presence, touch, scale, comfort, daring and spatial awareness - around a shared infinite pole dance in a space."
In pop culture, versions of Virtual Reality have been penetrated in the mindsets of the public in visionary films and books, such as: The Matrix, Lawnmower Man and William Gibson’s sci-fi book Necromancer, debuted in 1984. Celestial Bodies as an intimate environment brings to mind the Gibson quote:
"Cyberspace. A consensual hallucination experienced daily by billions of legitimate operators, in every nation, by children being taught mathematical conc…

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