The ‘David Bowie Is’ exhibit will be relaunched as an interactive VR and AR experience later this year. Unfolding the story of the artist’s creative journey through approximately 400 objects including original costumes, original album art, handwritten lyric sheets, photographs and videos, the touring exhibit finally closed in Brooklyn after being hosted in 12 cities in the last six years. It debuted in 2014 at London’s V&A Museum. Those who have missed the opportunity will now be able to enjoy the exhibit on their smartphones as it is set to live on in the form of a new VR and AR experience. In collaboration with the David Bowie Archive, Planeta, and V&A, Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc. developed the digital recreation which will soon be available to fans. It is said that the digital version will “add unprecedented depth and intimacy to the exhibition experience, allowing the viewer to engage with the work of one of the world’s most popular and influential artists as never before.” Fans will be allowed to “step into” some of the icon’s costumes and try them on. Portions of the profits will be donated to the V&A and Brooklyn Museum. Fans are promised to explore the creative process of Bowie whose sustained reinventions, innovative collaborations, and bold characterizations revolutionized the manner in which we perceive music, inspiring people to develop their own individuality while challenging social norms.