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Arcadia Earth has marveled New York City with its groundbreaking art exhibition and extended reality experience “designed to reignite the conversation around the most pressing environmental issues of our time.”
Soon Las Vegas could get to experience the first immersive augmented reality journey through planet Earth. The company has filed a building permit application with Sin City for a new outpost, although reps for the company tell What Now Las Vegas that the planned Arcadia Earth is not “officially confirmed.”
Arcadia Earth provides “a large scale multi-sensorial journey through underwater worlds, fantasy lands, and inspirational art installations,” according to the official website. Founded and designed by experiential artist Valentino Vettori, Arcadia is “the first platform of its kind to offer a powerful, intimately personal exploration of the plight of our planet through human-scale art installations and the futuristic lens of augmented and virtual reality.”
Patrons will learn how small lifestyle changes will have a tremendous impact on the future of our planet through the museum’s educational commentary and innovative exhibits that include augmented reality, virtual reality, projection mapping, and interactive environments.
If all goes according to plan, Arcadia Earth will debut its Las Vegas exhibit right on the Strip at 3785 S Las Vegas Boulevard. Although an official opening date has yet to be announced, Arcadia Earth expects to launch its Las Vegas exhibit in 2021 with additional plans for an opening in Miami.
[Editor’s note: this article was updated with comments from an Arcadia Earth rep.]