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Adobe Museum of Digital Media

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The Adobe Museum of Digital Media showcases innovative work produced in digital media. This fascinating virtual museum is created "to illustrate how digital media shapes and impacts today's society." Currently the museum holds one exhibit and one lecture, both of which are designed to challenge the audience's ideas about the relationship between the real and virtual worlds. Prepare to be engaged, fascinated and/or bemused, all at the same time.

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