BTS exhibition in KL uses cutting-edge tech to provide an immersive experience

The B-Verse (BTS, Singing The Stars) exhibition is now in Pavilion Bukit Jalil. Photo: Handout

Calling all Armys in Malaysia, the best moment has finally come!

The highly anticipated B-Verse (BTS, Singing The Stars) exhibition has arrived at Pavilion Bukit Jalil in Kuala Lumpur.

Hosted by The Fact Music Awards and presented by Seni Jaya Media Utama, B-Verse offers fans a captivating visual journey of BTS at The Fact Music Awards from 2020 to 2022.

The first stop in the exhibition is the VR Room: Face To Face, where visitors can enjoy a front-row seat to BTS’ performance at The Fact Music Awards using cutting-edge technology.

The life-like VR experience features hits like Butter, Permission To Dance, Yet To Come and more.

According to CEO of Seni Jaya Corporation Berhad, Jeff Cheah See Heong, this VR room is “the first of its kind in the country”.

“By having more than 100 units of VR synchronised, playing the content simultaneously together with the concert-like sound system, we are able to bring the experience to the next level,” he said at the launch of the exhibition.

In addition to the VR Room, Immersive Projection Mapping is another exhibit that allows fans to fully experience BTS’ performance at The Fact Music Awards using immersive projection technology and concert-like sound systems.

Some parts of B-Verse made fans linger longer such as the Orbital Tunnel, BTS Universe and Army Way – where fans can snap photos of themselves in a starlit corridor while listening to music.

Armys can also explore the diverse artistic expressions of the BTS boys in 7 Planets, a section consisting of seven distinct rooms representing each member’s universe.

The last room is the Photo Zone which features a cutout of all seven members. This room is located next to the gift shop, where fans can buy limited edition merchandise such as postcards, clear files, calendars, brochures, tote bags and T-shirts.

The B-Verse exhibition runs until March 10, 2024. Tickets are available at

Fans who purchase tickets will receive complimentary gifts such as a zip-lock pouch, battery-operated Army Star badge and a photocard.

To secure a spot in the exhibition for as low as RM88 on weekdays and RM98 on weekends, be sure to get your tickets during the promotional period (Dec 1-17).

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