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Matterport 3D photography

Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis at QUB (Click here to view full screen)

Utilising cutting-edge True3D/VR structured-light scanning and associated cloud-processing technologies in order to digitally capture and reconstruct a fully navigable, immersive and thoroughly engaging ’3D Space’ of the Centre’s IT laboratory (with conventional 360-degree panoramas for the exterior), fully explorable via a web browser using any modern desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile device or via integrated virtual reality using Samsung/Oculus GearVR, Google Daydream or Google Cardboard. Features will include an ‘Inside View’ allowing visitors to move fluidly around the almost as if they were really there, a proprietary ‘Dollhouse View’ for a total sense of the space, a ‘Floorplan View’ for an orthogonal, top-down perspective and ’Mattertag Posts’ anchored to points in the 3D model facilitating the addition of the Centre’s services and project supplied hyper linkable text descriptions, photos, videos or audio files. In short, a 3D walkthrough experience like no other, more examples can be seen below:

Belfast Room in the Ulster Museum (NMNI) (Click here to view full screen)

Belfast of the Ulster Museum (NMNI) (Click here to view full screen)



Andrew Jackson VR Tour!

Please visit the Andrew Jackson Cottage VR model which highlights Carrickfergus' strong American and Ulster-Scots connections as well as telling the story of Andrew Jackson, the 7th President of the USA, whose parents emigrated to America from Carrickfergus in 1765.

Museums might remain closed but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out!

You can visit the US Rangers Museum, Carrickfergus, from the comfort of your own home with this amazing new virtual tour by clicking here.

US RANGER VR

This model was designed and created by the Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis, Queen’s University Belfast, to see other VR models click here or for more information contact Anthony Anderson @ a.anderson@qub.ac.uk