You’ve likely heard about how virtual reality (VR) is sweeping various industries and sectors—including museums and heritage sites—with state-of-the-art immersive interactive experiences. Last year was the breakout year for VR. After years of rumors about the next generation of hardware and applications, a solid lineup of VR headsets was released from some of the biggest names in tech. The latest VR technologies allow for the creation of realistic and immersive digital environments with dynamic visuals, audio, and elements that users can experience and interact with. The medium has the inherent ability to bring pieces of history, artifacts, simulations, and stories to life with considerable realism. Read More