5 Results for tag "Virtual Tours"
Behind Our New Virtual Tours
Each year, one talented applicant is selected to be a Colonial Williamsburg 3D Visualization fellow (made possible in part by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities). This year’s honor went to Rob Cloutier, a professional 3D animator and consultant from Maryland. For the last few weeks, …
Behind the New Behind-the-Scenes Architectural Preservation Virtual Tour
Since our last look at the Colonial Williamsburg’s virtual building tours, we have been lucky enough to have professional 3D animator and consultant Rob Cloutier return to Williamsburg to continue his work. Over the last eight months, Rob has been developing more 360-degree virtual tours, each one expanding on the …
Why We Chose to Center the Lives of the Enslaved in Our Newest Virtual Tour of the Randolph Site
The famous French architect Le Corbusier once said “The house is a machine for living in.” Going into this 360-degree tour I had a very different vision of what we were going to do. In previous tours we focused on the ‘machine,’ the space of the building as the story. …
How Today’s Technology Brings the Past to Life in the Newest Randolph Site Virtual Tour
In the first part of this two-part blog we looked at the important reasons for filming at the Peyton Randolph House, to highlight the voices and lives of the enslaved individuals who lived at the house. The lives and stories of these 27 people have never been fully told in …
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