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.