3D display of paintings, part of the 2012 Magic Art special exhibition was hosted in the city of Hangzhou, China. The exhibition features several such wall paintings and each of them is a stunning work of art – there are paintings of dragons and sharks that appear, from certain angles, so lifelike as to almost convince visitors they are alive! It also has many humorous paintings that have kept museum attendees amused and in good cheer. The most special part of this Magic Art exhibition is it really changes the standard notion of visiting art galleries and museums. Usually people just view the exhibits, which in any case can not be touched with a serious expression. While in this exhibition, touching the paintings are not only acceptable, but even encouraged. [source]
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WOW this is amazing work! Very impressive
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