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Welcome to SCOPE Immersive | Online Viewing Room!

We thank you for traveling great distances from across the globe to be first on line for the show! Please be patient as the download may take 2- 5 minutes depending on your cellular or wi-fi connection speed. We recommend you not leaving the browser for the fastest download time.

When the show is ready, we encourage you to take advantage of the very useful shortcuts outlined below:

- Expand the window to full screen and review the navigation instructions carefully for tips on how to walk around the space... more >>
Welcome to SCOPE Immersive | Online Viewing Room!

We thank you for traveling great distances from across the globe to be first on line for the show! Please be patient as the download may take 2- 5 minutes depending on your cellular or wi-fi connection speed. We recommend you not leaving the browser for the fastest download time.

When the show is ready, we encourage you to take advantage of the very useful shortcuts outlined below:

- Expand the window to full screen and review the navigation instructions carefully for tips on how to walk around the space.

- Want to jump to a certain gallery quickly? Utilize any of the conveniently located floor plans placed throughout the show to click directly on the booth number you would like to travel to immediately.

- See something you like? To view an artwork in more detail, simply walk up to the work and click on it for “Buy Now” or inquiry options.

- Want to fast forward or rewind the Video Wall, click on the Video Wall screen and use the toggle switch to navigate to any content you desire.

- Control the three dimensional sound of the Video Wall in three (3) ways: move closer or further away from the Video Wall; utilize your device sound controls; adjust volume on the show viewing window with the speaker icon.

This invitational, survey, and online thematic event presents collectors with a unique opportunity to explore and purchase artworks from 34 SCOPE exhibitors remotely in a curated digital and interactive space.

SCOPE Immersive is pleased to welcome: Arte Globale (London), bG Gallery (Santa Monica), The Bishop Gallery (Brooklyn), Black Artists and Designers Guild (Brooklyn), Casa Poidomani (Miami), The Contemporary Art Modern Project (Miami), The Cynthia Corbett Gallery (London), Duncan Miller Gallery (Santa Monica), FEATURED (New York), Haven Gallery (Northport), Imitate Modern (London), Indiana Bond (Bogota), Jenn Singer Gallery, (New York), Kasper Contemporary (New York), KERSGALLERY (Amsterdam), La Luz De Jesus Gallery (Los Angeles), Galerie LeRoyer (Montreal), Laurent Marthaler Contemporary (Montreux), LICHT FELD (Basel), Lustre Contemporary (Toronto), Miami Art Society (Miami), Mirus Gallery (San Francisco & Denver), Mortal Machine (New Orleans), Onboard Gallery (Budapest), OS Gallery LA (Los Angeles), Paradigm Gallery + Studio (Philadelphia), Paul Laster Curates (New York), PDP Gallery (Paris & Los Angeles), PRESENTER (New York), Project 2021 (New York), Roman Fine Art (East Hampton), Thinkspace (Los Angeles), Vertical Gallery (Chicago), and Galerie Vivendi (Paris).

Leading the industry with cutting-edge technology, SCOPE Immersive is also pleased to present daily New Contemporary programming on a large scale video wall inside the show featuring morning wellness sessions, artist talks, and activations. This multi-functional wall transforms after-hours into a premium virtual nightlife experience featuring world-class DJ and music talent, all without an access link or password. You can check out the full schedule of events inside the tent on the Show Information wall.

We hope you enjoy your visit to SCOPE Immersive!


12 Comments

  1. Er'c Lee

    its crashing

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  2. Louisa Warfield Art Consultant

    It is not crashing and I admire the huge effort BUT the technology does not match my (useless) skills.

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  3. Christine Romanell

    crashing. you might want to consider hosting this event over at Occupy White Walls. Tech is more flushed out.

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    • Roberta Millman-Ide

      what is the link to your event? Occupy White Walls seems to cater to gaming more than virtual art gallery formats.

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  4. Fabrizio Bellanca

    it’s not crashing is Ok but … too cold… no people… who can I meet to talk with? no collectors to see or artist… or gallerist… just an empty box… this will be the future of art? it reminds me the game second life ( about 12 years ago) when you land on some empty land with nothing just beautyful building or art.. but empty…

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  5. Roberta Millman-Ide

    has anyone seen virtual exhibits via exhibbit.com ? I’m currently researching different 3d art gallery formats and looking for feedback. Exhibbit was similar to this one at onlineviewingroom.com …but you pay-to-play. And there’s an option for virtual people. https://exhibbit.com/exhibitions/
    I still can’t find any format that offers the ability to upload sculpture that one can walk around (even with an option of two or three images of same sculpture). It only caters to 2-d art. Any recommendations?

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  6. Starke Art Foundation, Berlin

    Chapeau for the Management of Scope for creating such a wonderful digital presentation. It takes a lot of effort to create something like this. For sure it is nicer to go around in person, but we have different times in the moment and as an interim solution to stay in the business, it´s great. Many people forget, that we are just at the beginning of a technical/digital revolution and the internet is only a few decades old! The technical progress is immense and some kids, who grew up with a mobile phone on their ear can not imagine, that all of this is still so new. Let´s stay all diciplined in this difficult times to face all problems together and hopefully we will have back soon our old normal, because who needs a new normal with masks and fear.

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  7. Qubed

    It’s so hard to use AND I work in tech. Left / Right controls are inverted on a Mac and no way to change that. I end up just accidentally navigating to white walls. It never “locks” to an artwork which would be better. More hassle than it’s worth. Honestly, just a simple web-page with big-resolution images would be far better. Or at least an auto-tour that would take you around without having to painstakingly click on each image.

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    • Qubed

      To clarify: the left, right, up & down controls are all inverted on the Macs that use “Natural Scrolling”. This was added back in Mac in 2011 to match scrolling to the iPhone. This VR tech use the opposite of natural scrolling which basically makes it impossible to use for a Mac trackpad user. What it needs to do is offer an option to invert scrolling or do it automatically.

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  8. luc

    very nice,thanks for your beautiful work!

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