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 heritage can be captured digitally and disseminated through various evolving digital technologies such as Virtual Reality and 180° spherical projection, the Hyve3D.

Accompanying this intriguing experience, are banners of historic and technical information giving insight into the creation of the exhibition, aural histories from previous tenants giving their experiences, alongside 3D printed and laser-cut building models.

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

The Gordon Wilson Flats are used as a case study of Wellington modernist architecture with heritage value.

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, Moria Sun, Hylton Abrahams, Prof. Marc Aurel Schnabel, Tane Moleta, and Conal McCarthy.

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