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Immerse yourself in this wonderfully bizarre VR 'Alice in Wonderland'

It's trippy, weird, and delightful just like the classic tale.

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The masterminds behind the scenes

In a partnership between V&A and the HTC Vice Arts, Icelandic illustrator Kristjana S. Williams and creative agency Preloaded present an interactive edition of Alice in Wonderland entirely shot in VR.

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When?

The exhibition will take place on October 22 and will showcase five sections, which you can sign up for here. Simply add your email address, first and last name, which VR device you will use to log in, where you will be logging in from, whether you're a media member (it's cool if you're not), and you're set.

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In this VR treatment, you will be able to "touch" trippy mushrooms, sneak down rabbit holes, interact with flamingos, reach for massive cards, follow the White Rabbit's glove, look up at the intimidating and portly Caterpillar, try riddles, battle with the bitter Queen of Hearts, and more.

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How much?

Free if you don't plan to download the entire experience. But if you want to revisit the psychedelic wonder, users will have to option to watch the show for about $5. Not a bad deal at all.

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All that said, nothing will truly demonstrate the wonderful and whimsical nature of this VR treatment than the official video from the museum itself. Tap this card to glimpse inside the world of Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser.

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