How Virtual Reality is Transforming Museums?

Museums have always been a refuge of knowledge and a special area where history, art and culture come together. The introduction of VR technology in museums allows overcoming two significant difficulties of the original offer: time barriers and passive participation.

The biggest advantage of using VR technology in museums is erasing time boundaries. Once you put the VR headset on your head, you can travel back in time and witness historical events as if you were there when they happened.

In addition, the phrase "museums near me", which you probably often type in search engines, takes on a completely new meaning, because museums that offer VR technology are much more than a classic museum - a place where you turn from a passive participant into an active one and where you have the opportunity to experience pivotal moments in first hand.

VR, an immersive experience only complements the scope of activities and the potential of the museum and brings history to life, whether it's walking through ancient civilizations or standing side by side with some of the most famous figures in history and the present.

Through its first film, "The Assassination of Franz Ferdinand and the Beginning of the First World War", the Sarajevo VRX Immersive Experience Museum shows the beginning of one of the most important events in world history, more precisely, it vividly depicts the event that was the reason for the beginning of that war.

Gavrilo Princip and Franz Ferdinand are important names both in the world, and in the history of Sarajevo, so through a visit to the museum and a unique experience, you have the opportunity to find yourself on the street in Sarajevo in 1914 and experience that important event on the spot. 
It’s not just a museum visit, you have a chance to experience one of the most fun things to do in Sarajevo as well!