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Art Gate bills itself as “a virtual reality marketplace for collectors to acquire post-war and contemporary art”, and it is a social VR platform for museum and gallery exhibitions, where exhibitors can upload and display both two-dimensional and three-dimensional art. According to their FAQ:
Is it social?
Yes. You can see people from all over the world who are also exploring the collections via their VR headsets if you are in the public lobby.
How much does it cost?
Art Gate VR is free for the audience to download, explore, and use. For exhibitors, please refer to our pricing page.
Art Gate is available for the Oculus Go and Oculus Quest VR headsets. For Quest users, you must install the client software using SideQuest, while Oculus Go users can download the software from the Oculus Store.
In addition to their website, you can follow Art Gate on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and LinkedIn. I will be adding Art Gate to my comprehensive list of social VR/virtual worlds.