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V&A unveils first digital exhibit

Victoria and Albert Museum digital exhibition
The exhibition officially opens on Tuesday and runs until April 2010

Art lovers will be able to make their own personal pieces of artwork at the Victoria and Albert Museum's first digital design exhibition.

Pieces on display include "Body Paint" in which visitors can throw virtual paint around and use their bodies to make screens change colour.

The exhibition "Decode: Digital Design Sensations" includes more than 35 digital and interactive pieces.

It opens to the public on Tuesday and runs until April.

Decode has three themes - works which use computer code, interactive pieces and pieces based around modern communication.

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