With virtual reality you travel through space, time and history. From VR game arcades and art projects to virtual extensions of historical sites, you will find numerous exciting offers in Berlin. Immerse yourself!
Tip 1: TimeRide Berlin
Do you want to time travel and experience the divided Berlin of the 1980s. At the TimeRide at Checkpoint Charlie you can take a look behind the Wall and experience life in the GDR. Meet contemporary witnesses and visit the former Allied border crossing.
Tip 2: Exit VR Berlin
Alone or in a group: at Exit VR you can let off steam in four different virtual adventure worlds. Travel to ancient Greece and find a lost artifact. Maybe you are interested in discovering the secrets of the Nebka Pyramid during an expedition on the Sinai Peninsula? Be careful: For some of the missions you should be free from vertigo!
Tip 3: 360-Grad-VR-Video: Prisoner in the Stasi-Investigation Center Berlin-Hohenschönhausen
You should have a strong stomach for this virtual reality journey. In the 360-degree video you experience to be a prisoner in the Stasi-Investigation Center Berlin-Hohenschönhausen. You will be interrogated, monitored and put on trial. The short film, which was awarded the German Reporter Prize, is based on the "interrogation protocols" of the GDR dissident and writer Jürgen Fuchs.
Tip 4: Virtual-Reality-Experience "At Liebermanns"
When visiting the Brandenburg Gate Foundation, you can travel through the world of Max Liebermann and his family using VR glasses. Go on a journey through time and visit the artist's home and studio, which was completely destroyed in the Second World War. Among other things, you can wander through the music room, the dining room and the study. You will also get a digital insight into the works of Liebermann, who is one of the most important German painters of modernism.
Tip 5: VR Nation Berlin
There is no turning back: Find the Diamond Skull! Equipped with sensors on your hands, feet, torso and head, you experience the dangers of adventure as if they were reality. Wind effects and temperature changes add to the illusion of this full body VR experience. The VR Arena aktuell offers two games, where you can let off steam on over 100 square meters.
Tip 6: MauAR
No virtual reality experience but augmented reality overlays are offered by MauAR app. Get an impression of how the border strip looked like during the time of the occupation forces. On the screen of your smartphone the three meter high grey concrete wall, grained by barbed wire, rises up again. Soldiers patrol along the wall. Enter scenes from the past and experience how the German-German border was overshadowed by watchtowers back then. Immerse yourself in the history, which is vividly conveyed by means of original photos, videos and sound recordings.
Tip 7: VR-Lounge Berlin
You want to fly through space as a space pirate, explore tropical underwater worlds or plunge into another virtual adventure? The Berlin VR Lounge now offers around 20 different virtual worlds of experience. Experiences start at 12 Euro for 20 minutes of VR fun.
Tip 8: ANVIO - Virtual Reality Arcade Berlin
Immerse yourself in the legendary world of the Aztec city of Aztlàn. Once upon a time the inhabitants built a temple around a legendary machine. But then they forgot their roots. Your task is to appease the angry gods and save the Aztec city. Up to four players can embark on this virtual adventure. In total you can choose between three different games. The minimum age is 12 years.
Tip 9: VRWein
Whether you are already a true wine connoisseur or would like to learn more about the art of wine tasting: At VRWein you will get to know the taste nuances of a noble grape juice on a completely new level. Is there a hint of grapefruit, perhaps pomegranate, chocolate, vanilla or even chalk or bacon? With the help of VR glasses, you can dive into the most diverse worlds of taste and learn at the same time which good bottle is best served with which dishes.
Tip 10: "Das Totale Tanz Theater"
At the halfway point of its world tour, the Virtual Reality dance experience comes to Berlin. At the end of the Bauhaus Year, the Berlin PalaisPopulaire is showing this installation, which makes the relationship between man and machine in joint dance digitally tangible. Equipped with VR glasses and controller, you will experience dance and stage in a completely new dimension. (until January 31st)
Tip 11: It Will End in Stars
When art and technology merge, this often opens up completely new perspectives. In the second part of the collaboration between the Julia Stoschek Collection and Acute Art, you enter a dark forest and immerse yourself in the world of the wolf that lives there - virtually, of course. This VR work was conceived by Nathalie Djurberg with a soundtrack by Hans Berg. A combination between virtual reality production and silent film. Visit the experience between January 24th and April 26th.