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Take a trip inside the surreal mind of artist Salvador Dalí

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Spanish painter Salvador Dalí is renowned for his surreal masterpieces and now art lovers will get the chance to explore his world - with the help of a little virtual reality.
The Dalí Museum in Florida is giving art fans around the world the chance to step into the paintings of the surrealist master.
 
Dreams of Dalí is a "fully immersive 3-D environment" that allows visitors to fully explore one of the Spanish artists most intriguing paintings.

The experience allows surrealist fans to go "inside and beyond" Dalí's 1935 painting Archeological Reminiscence of Millet's "Angelus" and "explore the world of the surrealist master like never before", the museum's website boasts.

But for those who are unable to make it to Florida, the museum has released a video so art lovers around the world can share in the experience. 

The Spanish surrealist painter has hit the headlines recently in Spain when in March 2015 a woman filed a paternity suit against Dalí - 26 years after his death. 

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The woman, known as María Pilar A. claims she was born after a friendship between Dalí and her mother, Antonia, turned into a secret romance.

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