In addition the the touch screen gaming experiences that we have developed, we have also created a VR interactive experience around the 1972 print, “Aeroplane” by Pudloo Pudlat of Cape Dorset. In this piece the user is placed in the middle of an art gallery, the various prints of “Art Alive” hanging on the wall. Outside the window the user can see elements of the print “Aeroplane”, fully rendered and in game. After a few minutes of exploring the room and interacting with various objects from the Aeroplane print, the room starts to flood and the user is placed directly in the centre of the Aeroplane print, brought to life. The mountains stand in front of him, and behind him the Aeroplane from the print appears in full 3D and passes overhead and moves behind the mountains. The print is alive and through narration by our own Ame Papatsie, the user hears the history of the piece as it moves around him.