Perception Las Vegas museum has opened, offering visitors a multi-sensory look at the life and works of Leonardo da Vinci through the high-tech installation, “Leonardo: The Universal Man.”
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The new one-hour immersive experience is being held in the Las Vegas Strip’s first permeant digital art museum, and features three galleries visitors can explore as they learn about da Vinci’s world, and about the man himself.
Each of the three 360-degree galleries’ exhibits focus on da Vinci’s works, studies, and findings in his varied roles as an architect, engineer, alchemist, artist, philosopher, and sculptor.
“Leonardo: The Universal Man” galleries
Grand Salon: Chapters of the Genius’ Life – Enter a 28-foot-tall, four-walled theater where Renaissance-era Italy is brought to life through the eyes of the master in his roles as engineer and architect, allowing the chapters of his life to unfold through a 35-minute film.
Each of the Grand Salon’s walls offer a different visual perspective of da Vinci’s story, set to narration. Take flight in his Flying Machine, experience digitally constructed cathedrals, and soar over Tuscany on a parachute designed by da Vinci.
Painting with Light: The Last Supper – Witness a fresh take on The Last Supper, one of da Vinci’s most famous paintings, created during the Italian High Renaissance. Floor-to-ceiling, surround-sound LED walls bring the work of art to life through color, light, shape, and sound.
The Gallery: Mona Lisa’s Perception – Six versions of Lisa del Giocondo – known around the world as Mona Lisa – are accompanied by an original musical score, allowing guests to view the image digitally in intriguing and entertaining forms.
“Perception is a 360-degree, fully immersive, multi-sensory museum that will continually introduce fresh content celebrating the world’s greatest artists,” said Robert Frey, Perception CEO and co-creator of the museum. “We’re proud to be home to the world premier of ‘Leonardo: The Universal Man’ and to invite our guests to witness the genius of da Vinci in a truly special way, where we will push the limits of how art can be portrayed in a museum.”
Perception is open daily from 11 a.m. – 8 p.m., and tickets are $29.50 for Las Vegas locals, $34.50 for general admission ($18:50 for children ages five-12; under-fives are free), and $32.50 for military members with valid ID. A VIP experience is available for $49.50, and includes a beverage and anytime entry.
For more information or to purchase tickets visit PerceptionLasVegas.com.