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Smart History
« on: 2 December 2017, 06:50:12 »
Smart History (the future of the past) "delivers the highest quality content and interpretations in bespoke mobile packages, virtual environments and onsite installations. We use new and emerging technologies." Their products include:
  • Virtual Time Binoculars- immersive 3D reconstructions, that can be viewed through virtual reality glasses on site (as an example see Edinburgh 1544)
  • Location-Aware Multimedia Mobile Apps - “we want people to understand the past in ways never before possible, by moving inside the digital worlds we create and populating those worlds with the very best research and knowledge”
  • Immersive 3D Reconstructions - of historic buildings, settlements, towns and cities
  • Interactive Installations - avatars can be used with gaming controls or kinect (motion sensing) to enhance the immersive experience
  • Digital Museums - to present existing and recreated objects in coherent digital collections
  • 360 Tours - of digital and real world sites and landscapes, which can be delivered to users on the web or in apps
Among other technologies they use RoundMe - "the World's most hassle-free 360o Virtual Reality publishing and panoramic tours authoring platform" Another interesting site about 360o photography is 360Cities.
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