New Realities for History and Culture: Researcher working on the Virtual Reality Archive Learning project ViRAL

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Abstract

Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are becoming more accessible and affordable. This project looks at the use of augmented and virtual reality in archive learning. The use of storytelling tools such as these enhance the skills and opportunities for less advantaged communities in Austria, Sweden, Germany, Portugal, Croatia and the UK
Original languageEnglish
Pages14-14
Number of pages1
Volume21
Specialist publicationInnovate Magazine
PublisherCoventry University
Publication statusPublished - 22 Jun 2020

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    Bringing the past into the future: A Model for Immersive Heritage Archives: Educational Essay in the ViRAL Handbook

    Cawston, J., Apr 2019, VIRAL Handbook. 1 ed. p. 8-12 5 p.

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    Open Access
  • Mandela27 - Hacking the Museum

    Cawston, J., 10 Jan 2019, (Submitted) In : Museum and Society.

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  • Disruption by Virtual Reality

    Cawston, J., 4 Jul 2017.

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