Archaeological laser scanning of National Centre for Early Music inspired a colourful virtual reality fly through, viewable using cardboard goggles. Technologist and composer Jez Wells also created an epic 16 channel sound installation in response to the acoustics of the church space and Mark Hildred designed a family friendly workshop using sound beam technology and visuals.
"AOC create these laser scans of buildings all the time, for them to be printed off and filed away. So great to see them transformed in a VR experience and so many people getting excited about archaeology!" - Ian Atkins, AOC Archaeology Group.