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Visualizing Virginia Tech History

The Visualizing VT History project is being undertaken with the support of the Virginia Tech History Council and in recognition of the University’s upcoming sesquicentennial in 2022.

The goals of this series of projects include: providing an overview of 150+ years of Virginia Tech’s past, present, and future. The team is highlighting hidden histories, diverse stories, and the spatial development of campus. 

These projects include mobile augmented reality tours of campus based on student protests in 1970, a wearable augmented reality tour of the story of people enslaved at Solitude, a projection mapping exhibit providing an overview of changes to the campus over time, and the following digital exhibits:

  • Protest! Remaking Virginia Tech in the Era of Civil Rights and Vietnam
  • Solitude: The Heart of Virginia Tech History
  • Hokie Women of Color: Profiles in Achievement
  • Creating Home: A History of Black Inclusion and Community Building at Virginia Tech
  • A Woman’s Place is at Virginia Tech: A Century of Advancement, 1921-2021
Visualizing the past at Solitude through on-site, headworn Augmented Reality.
Visualizing campus history through a projection mapping exhibit and on-site augmented reality.
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