Ride a virtual fish through Hieronymus Bosch’s “The Garden of Earthly Delights”
I wouldn’t call myself an art aficionado or someone who really loves art. However, Burrell Durrant Hifle‘s VR app titled “Bosch VR” just might change my mind. His visually stunning app takes you on a trip through a medieval-times artistic fantasyland accompanied by a haunting score by composer Timo Baker. It would be worth any art or history teacher’s time to take a ride on his virtual fish and see if you could incorporate this fantastic adventure into your curriculum. It says it has a “Mature 17+” rating but, as a former high school teacher, it is totally appropriate for teaching students about religious and artistic themes. There is nudity but its the naked people you see artistically painted in medieval paintings. Not a big deal.
Highly recommended and well worth the $3 and whatever he charges for the second and third parts. “Hell” is especially good.