HERITAGE MEETS VR/AR/MR
THE WINNERS OF THE FIRST CALL FIELD LAB VIRTUAL WORLDS
From October 25th until October 28th the VR Days took place in Amsterdam. The morning programme on the final day, Friday 27 October, consisted, among others, of a Museum Morning. An interesting morning focusing on how VR/AR/MR and art can enrich each other.
Six projects selected from the first call had the opportunity to pitch their proposals during the Museum Morning for a so-called Dragon’s Den. Each project had two minutes two sway a three-headed jury with their pitch. The jury eventually decided which two projects will be rewarded. The jury consisted of Guido van Nispen (independent supervisor and advisor), Licia Calvi (NHTV) and Geert Jan Strengholt (VPRO Digital).
The winners of the first call Field Lab Virtual Worlds are:
Rembrandt Privé – Stadsarchief Amsterdam and Synergique
Time Windows – Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Allard Pierson Museum, Archeologisch Museum Haarlem en Novitas Heritage
Rembrandt Privé: the stories by and about Rembrandt in a historic-virtual world.
View the interview with the creators of Rembrandt Privé: Stefanie van Odenhoven (Stadsarchief Amsterdam) and Pepijn Borgwat (Synergique).
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Interview winnaar eerste call FieldLab: Virtual Worlds
Interview winner first call Field Lab: Virtual Worlds – Rembrandt Privé from iMMovator on Vimeo.
Time Windows: pop-up escape games, with virtual and augmented reality elements.
View the interview with the creator of Time Windows: Marc van Hassselt (Novitas Heritage).
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Interview winnaar eerste call FieldLab: Virtual Worlds – Time Windows from iMMovator on Vimeo.
Interview winner first call Field Lab: Virtual Worlds – Time Windows from iMMovator on Vimeo.
Curious about the other projects that were pitched for the Dragon’s Den? Read the blog here.