MOAH was recently featured in Wired for its upcoming exhibit, x=time, that truly bends time and space. Artist Jay Mark Johnson uses a German camera to create 360-degree panoramic images at resolutions as high as 500 megapixels. Johnson used these creative visual effects in well-known films such as The Matrix, Titanic, and Outbreak. Be sure to check out Johnson’s x=time exhibit at MOAH, on display from February 8 to April 19. To read the Wired article, click the button below.