What is MoFE?

MoFE stands for Museum of Future Experiences.

MoFE is a physical venue and production studio for a new type of immersive storytelling. MoFE's shows weave together Virtual Reality and Ambisonic sound design for intimate, sensorial experiences.

It is a sanctum for stories that bend the mind and touch the human spirit.

Virtual Reality

We believe the phantasmagorical nature of VR has a particular power to open our minds to new perspectives and broaden our notion of consciousness. This is why we curate exceptional works of Virtual Reality from across the globe and integrate them into our shows. We seek out VR works that play with perception, explore new ideas, and expand our imaginations. We pair these works with original immersive audio designs delivered through our Ambisonics sound system.

Our goal is to show you something you've never seen before.

Ambisonics Sound

MoFE creates spellbinding aural experiences through its state of the art Ambisonics speaker system. The Ambisonics system creates a 360-degree sphere of sound. Music, voices and sound effects soar around the listener in three spatial dimensions: left-right, up-down, and near-far.

It is one-of-a-kind immersive sound experience and the only permanent Ambisonics installation in New York City.

Press

"A fantastic technological achievement allowing breathtaking sound design to occur seemingly all around the audience. Four giant obelisks (speakers) surround the space, looking down on the seated audience, while an impressive installation of lights perform wizardry above and around you.”

"As I walked back out into the bright, muggy New York evening, I felt equal parts amused, excited and unsettled, and I knew this wasn’t like any other VR I’d seen."

New York’s Museum of Future Experience Is Taking VR to a Whole New Level

MoFE doesn’t offer your regular museum experience of staring at art pieces and taking selfies, instead, visitors wear a virtual-reality-inducing headset and prepare to have their minds blown.

Can MoFE Help Mainstream VR?

The Museum of Future Experiences hopes to bring virtual reality to the masses.