An exhibition at Perth Museum which allowed visitors to explore the Pict era through virtual reality headsets and interactive stations, including a reconstruction of Moredun Top Hill Fort in Perth.
‘A ground-breaking new exhibition at Perth Museum and Art Gallery will bring visitors face-to-face with the Pictish past using the latest digital technology’The Courier
Using immersive technologies – to providing museum visitors with an immersive
experience of a 19th century curing yard – the site if which is now occupied by the Timespan museum
building. Enabling museum visitors to travel back in time to see what the curing yard looked like from
equivalent, present-day vantage points.
Please visit Timespan Museum.
Virtual St Kilda enables visitors to Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum to take a virtual
tour to our St Kilda in the 1890’s and explore the landscape history song and stories of this remarkable
island 39 miles to the west of North Uist. This was an award winning exhibit at the Scottish Gaelic
Awards, Gaelic as an Economic Asset – 18th November 2015. The exhibit is now also housed at the AROS
Please see this and this for further information on Virtual St Kilda.