TRULY VIRTUAL WEB ART MUSEUM'S 
FEATURED 3D PYGOYA WEBMUSEUM
ARCHIVAL DOCUMENTATION

 

VR (Virtual Reality) Upstair Galleries

The galleries are named after international cities as a tribute to these great cultural centers of the world


1. Need free vrml browser first, available at our museum site
2. Select from below which floor of exhibits you want to visit and click on gallery name
3. This takes you to the 3D Elevator for the tower of galleries
4. For simple updated instructions, go here

MOZILLA FIREFOX WORKS WELL TO DISPLAY THE 3D MUSUEM; OTHER BROWSER UNTESTED YET

 

by Floor and Gallery -
Content documentation; to visit actual 3D vrml galleries, click on "VRML Elevator" on gallery pages below

Floor Two- The Amsterdam VR Gallery
Floor Three- The Buenos Aires VR Gallery
Floor Four- The Rio de Janeiro VR Gallery
Floor Five- The Mexico City VR Gallery
Floor Six- The Seoul VR Gallery
Floor Seven- The New Delphi VR Gallery
Floor Eight- The Bangkok VR Gallery
Floor Nine- The Stockhom VR Gallery
Floor Ten- The Moscow VR Gallery
Floor Eleven- The Tokyo VR Gallery
Floor Twelve- The Montreal VR Gallery
Floor Thirteen- The Tel Aviv VR Gallery
Floor Fourteen- The Dublin VR Gallery
Floor Fifteen- The Frankfurt VR Gallery
Floor Sixteen- The Rome VR Gallery
Floor Seventeen- The Paris VR Gallery
Floor Eighteen- The Brussels VR Gallery
Floor Nineteen- The Manila VR Gallery
Floor Twenty- The Athens VR Gallery
Floor Twenty-One- The Shanghai VR Gallery
Floor Twenty-Two- The Madrid VR Gallery
Floor Twenty-Three- The Sidney VR Gallery
Floor Twenty-Four- The Cairo VR Gallery
Floor Twenty-Five- The London VR Gallery
Penthouse- The New York City VR Gallery
           
     VIP Suite Exhibit Gallery

 

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FOR 3D VRML GALLERIES-

LETTER CODES:

Archival documentation of the art exhibited in the museum galleries-

IDENTIFICATION of works by display layout on the walls of the gallery-

Viewer is positioned at opening of elevator of a gallery floor, looking out into the exhibit room.

"L"- exhibit wall on left of viewer,  only "cyberpaintings"
"C"- center exhibit wall across from the elevator, featured large cyberpainting
"R"- exhibit wall to the right of the viewer, usually "cyberdigitals" but may consist of  some cyberpaintings
"E"- same wall as the elevator door

Art identification abbreviation-

"CP"- "cyberpainting" or digital cyberart derived from an original real world painting on canvas which was in turn initially generated from the computer graphics medium
"CD"- "cyberdigital" or original electronic imagery not derived from a painting

 

 

 


PYGOYA WEBMUSEUM ARCHIVAL DOCUMENTATION

Previous Cyberists Hall Events at the Pygoya Webmuseum
History of Guests' Exhibits at VIP Suite Gallery in the Penthouse floor
Special Effects Galleries-  3-D Glasses Art, Stereograms, Jigsaw Puzzles, Potpourri of Cyberart "on the edge", Page=Cell, Off-Site interactive art projects, Cyberart Space Gallery
The Pygoya Recent Works Gallery - showcases the latest new works of Pygoya

Lobby - A Special Exhibit by Catherine Yakovina,
Webmaster of  sister site, TC Art Gallery of  St. Petersburg, Russia - April 13 - December 15, 1999

All site (besides Pygoya Webmuseum) awards documentation


About the museum site-

The Pygoya Webmuseum of Cyberart was founded online in 1997. The virtual museum houses the digital art of Pygoya, a.k.a. Dr. Rodney Chang in 3-dimensinal VRML space. The body of work consists of the artist's computer graphics efforts to make a new digital art since 1985. Innovative to the history of art is the conversion of digital imagery into paint on cavas as "paint outs" and consequential scanning and editing (transforming)  the works back into "cyberpaintings" for the Internet cultural environment and browser experience.

The site design is a no holding back effort to creating an art Website with great content dept, irregardless of present day information rate of flow and other technical bottlenecks. The artist's whole body of works is placed into its final virtual exhibited space, a 25 exhibition floors 3-dimensional structure in VRML space. Adequate wall space remains for future new works' inclusion into the existing gallery spaces. Each of the galleries are named after famous cultural cities of the world to emphasize the reality of viewing access of the art from anywhere in the Global Village. All the art ultimately came from the common descendent of today's new Information Age- the computer. Maybe everyone living with computers eventually develops an affection and affiliation for the visual attributes of digital graphic imagery, leading to a revolutionary cross-cultural common appreciation for digital imagery encountered  in cyberspace that enhances online experience. The Pygoya Webmuseum attempts to be a worthy place to visit on the Web to develop and share need for such universal imagery with fellow computer users sensitive to the beauty of a common technological culture.


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