Santo Blockchain and French Artist Jerome Peschard Launch Cutting Edge XR-NFT Series – Press Release Bitcoin News

PRESS RELEASE. Santo Blockchain Labs has joined forces with French artist Jerome Peschard to create an XR-NFT art series like nothing the crypto market has seen before.

July 26, 2021, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Santo Blockchain Laboratories, a creative blockchain software development company has joined forces with renowned French pop artist Jerome peschard, to bring to life a new series of NFTs called XR-NFT “Extended Reality Non-fungible Tokens”.

What are the XR-NFT?

XR-NFT they are the most eclectic way to use 3D scanning telemetry, augmented reality, virtual reality, sound and digital scent technology intertwined with the creativity of Jerome Peschard’s digital pop art. NFT’s creations use blockchain technology to offer its users a one-of-a-kind sensory digital asset experience.

Rush of Mars

To honor this new dawn of space travel, where the likes of Sir Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk are disrupting space travel and making it a reality for all mankind to one day travel to space, Jerome Peschard has created a limited edition . series of 50 XR-NFT and 1 XR-NFT allegory based on digital physical assets entitled “Rush of Mars“.

The “Rush of Mars” allegory will feature an original physical 150X150cm artwork by pop artist Jerome Peschard. Jerome’s chosen canvas is rusted steel sheets from construction sites assembled to form the masterpiece. The creation has a greenish neon light in the words “Rush of Mars”, the neon light will flash slowly 2-3 times, before an electric spark ignites the electrode gas in the neon, to illuminate the letters. Additionally, viewers will experience a buzzing noise made by atoms when they become electrically charged inside the vacuum tube.

NFC tag

From the futuristic greenish hue, with elements of 1950s fast food signs, to a rocket countdown, a futuristic electric vehicle, a 60s-style female model, and flying saucers, including many hidden items, gives us a true sense of the allegory of “Rush to Mars”. This physical masterpiece asset will have an NFC tag that can be scanned by any smartphone to open the XR-NFT, it will display multiple 3D elements and sounds to bring life to life. this masterpiece in a digital and blockchain world.

The purpose of the NFC tag is not only to give the owner a unique sensory experience and transfer the asset, but also to give anyone that experience by admiring this masterpiece in any museum, gallery or private exhibition. The limited edition series of 50 XR-NFT, each will have a unique item chosen by Jerome and minted on the blockchain.

Has an XR-NFT

With this unique XR-NFT series, Santo Blockchain has made it possible for art fans around the world to purchase artwork from renowned artists like Jerome Peschard. Those interested can sign up for the pre-sale waiting list through Santo Blockchain.

The limited edition 50 XR-NFT is scheduled to be minted in mid-August and will be available to purchase with ETH. Anyone interested in one-of-a-kind creations can stay up-to-date on minting details and future airdrops through Santo Blockchain’s social media channels.

The hope is that one day, in the not too distant future; Humans will not only travel to space, but will also take these digital assets with them, allowing us to enjoy and negotiate on these new frontiers.

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