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How immersive mixed reality technologies, including projection mapping, AR and VR can be deployed to illustrate the past and bring it to life, as well as helping to imagine and visualise the way forward in the future.
Bristol Old Vic has utilised projection mapping – in their 250th birthday celebrations, as well as in the permanent foyer installation The House is Open, as well as augmented reality – in their publicly available app A Window to the Past - to tell their history. We’ll look at these examples as well as talk about the further potential of these digital mediums for heritage communication.
Alex Wright is a founding director of bristol based digital design studio Limbic Cinema which created the projection mapping pieces for the theatre and collaborated with Zubr on A Window to the Past.
Jack Norris is Managing Director at Zubr, the bristol based VR and AR design studio and directed the app development for the theatre alongside Limbic Cinema