Titolo Launches Interactive “Dunk Museum” For Upcoming Lakers Dunk High Release

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Switzerland’s Titolo is delivering something for the culture once again. Most recently, they’ve linked with Kessel Auto to create a custom Pagani Huayra Roadster inspired by the upcoming Air Jordan 4 UNC, but they’re shifting gears from the asphalt to the digital world with the Dunk Museum, an interactive experience that briefly chronicles the history of the ’85 classic in its various categories. From the original Be True set in the mid-1980s to the most coveted SB and collaborative drops ever, Titolo does an admirable job of educating the youth – all in an impressive display that gives the user full control. Tasked with hunting down sixteen different Dunks, users can freely explore each stage while learning about the Dunk timeline through ground-breaking releases of the past; waiting at the end is the raffle entry for the upcoming Lakers Dunk High.

We don’t want to spoil too much of what’s going on, so check out the Dunk Museum (use Chrome or Firefox, turn off ad-block software) on your own and enter the raffle after you’ve perused all the digital exhibits.

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