Currently, the virtual reality becomes more and more essential for the cultural space of various
Virtual tour as a way of creating a digital museum space can fit well for the art museums and also
for other exhibitions where visitors are expected to look at the objects rather than listen to them.
In the museums of music instruments the objects are designed to sound. Unfortunately, due to the
value of exhibited objects the specific policy which does not let visitors to interact with them is
Thus, the visitors are supposed to look at the objects, not play on them. We consider
this approach rather poor.
Virtual space enables the museum visitors to get access to the most valuable objects, hear their
sounds and enjoy different aspects of interaction with the music instruments.
Virtual reality helmets are highly popular and make strong impression on the main target audience
of educational institutions (children and teenagers), which in turn contributes to more effective
The cheapest virtual reality helmets cost only several dollars, which makes them available for the
majority of schools.
Visual connection of an instrument with a respective epoch, presented in a clear and understandable
way, contributes to visual thinking, memorizing and fuels love to music art.
We hope that our project will help the adults and children to discover a wonderful world of music
instruments, love and get involved with it.