The team has been hard at work this year to release the first version of Vauquois VR in an accessible, online format. Built on Mozilla Hubs, the new online VR exhibit contains more content than our previous exhibits, including a context about Vauquois prior to the First World War, more information about the lives of the soldiers there as well as what happened to the civilians who lived in the village, and the recreation of the tunnel section itself. Check it out here!
The Visualizing History Project wouldn’t be possible without our students. As we begin moving into a new phase of creative output and productivity, we wanted to stop and acknowledge our best and brightest … our Pathfinders. The first of our Pathfinders is Dillon Cutaiar, who is responsible for the reinvention of CI Spy, adding passive haptics to the Vauquois project, and more. Have a look at Dillon’s work on his corner of the Visualizing History website.