The Click Suite Cardboard VR Experience

This is a taste of what’s possible with Google Cardboard (which you now have) and a 360-degree camera rig to create a virtual experience that users can explore (on or off site).

Here's what you do:

1. Download the Littlstar app.
Littlstar is like YouTube for 360-degree videos. You can get it on Android or iOS.

2. Search for Gallipoli in the app - you'll find a video of the interactive Exposed Wounds in the exhibition
Gallipoli: The scale of our war

(Even without using the VR mode and the cardboard, you can hold your phone up and take a look around - you'll need good wi-fi)

Don’t forget to peel off the plastic protective coating on the inside and outside of the lenses – for a clearer experience!

3.With the video loaded, select VR (the video will then split into stereo) and pop your phone into the cardboard viewer.

4. Look around!

5. Experience a peek at Te Papa’s Gallipoli: The Scale of our War exhibition.

Exposed Wounds: At this spot in the exhibition you’ll see visitors interacting with our life-size interactive Exposed Wounds (a finalist in the Museums Aotearoa Awards). It shows the effect of various weapons on the body of an x-ray soldier. The cardboard VR experience allows you to see our work in the context of the exhibition itself.

This is just a sample of what’s possible with VR.

Want to know more about adding some virtual magic to your visitor experiences? Find Emily at the conference, or talk to us today via phone or email.

More about the Gallipoli: The Scale of Our War exhibition at Te Papa
More about Click Suite’s museum and exhibition work
More about Weta Workshop
More about the Littlstar app
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