Immersive Legacies: 320 The Terrace

Immersive Legacies: 320 The Terrace

Experience Virtual Reality at the Wellington Museum with Immersive Legacies: 320 The Terrace.

“Immersive Legacies: 320 The Terrace” is an interactive exhibition that explores how New Zealand’s heritage can be captured digitally and disseminated through various evolving digital technologies such as Virtual Reality, 180° spherical projections, and 360° videos.

Accompanying this intriguing experience, are banners of historic and technical information, 3D printed and laser-cut building models to give an overview of what Digital Heritage can offer.

Visitors can explore the high-rise modernist building on 320 The Terrance and discover its story as a 1950s vision of social housing to a controversial icon of our city’s past.


No booking is required.

Location: Flux, Wellington Museum, 3 Jervois Quay, Wellington

Cost: Free Entry

School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington

Immersive Legacies: 320 The Terrace is created by Jessie Rogers, David Silcock, Hannah Rushton, Hylton Abrahams, Prof. Marc Aurel Schnabel, and Tane Moleta.

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