AMSTERDAM • This museum is floating in outer space. In front of you, there is a line of stunning European Old Master paintings to observe and explore. Behind you is a sleek walkway over the infinite void of sky and stars. If you were to take a running leap, you'd fly out into nothingness and never stop. Except that you'd probably hit the wall of a conference room first.
Then you take off your helmet and emerge from the Kremer Museum, a virtual reality art gallery of 17th-century Dutch and Flemish paintings, which has been set in an imagined celestial sphere.
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