All Submissions

  • Website

    Victoria Nagy Vajda

    The idea of creating a Virtual Reality (VR) Art Gallery came to mind and was put into action during the first COVID-19 lockdown. Currently, it holds 12 VR exhibitions of Moldovan and Romanian artists, including two exhibitions featuring art and objects from the National Museum of History of Moldova and National Museum of Literature "Mihail Kogalniceanu" from Chisinau, Republic of Moldova. The platform was developed by Arbor Association for Culture and Arts (Romania) and its satellite institution in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova - Arbor Institute for Culture, with the support of the Swiss Cooperation Office from the Swiss Embassy. Through this platform Arbor Association aims to promote …

  • App

    Haunted Planet Studios

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  • Games & Interactive experiences

    Cormac McCarthy

    How do you show and enliven a waterways corridor that encompasses a rich tapestry of heritage assets? How do you showcase the importance of the smallest pollinator, underwater environment and industrial heritage that has evolved organically since its use by horse drawn barges? This has been accomplished through the development of a pioneering 360° virtual reality tour, letting stakeholders experience this historically and ecologically important waterway corridor in a virtual reality production, made in collaboration between Waterways Ireland and Mersus Technologies.

  • Website

    Cormac McCarthy

    This free digital resource is a demonstration of Waterways Irelands ongoing commitment to engaging with our stakeholders on the protection and promotion of our shared waterways heritage. Our Heritage Open Event brings together those with a shared interest in protecting waterways heritage, providing a platform for accessing information, inspiring and supporting action by showcasing projects and community collaborations and raising public awareness

  • App

    Ralph McGarry

    The South Dublin County Heritage Trail App was launched by the Mayor of South Dublin County Council at an event in the Round Tower Visitor Centre – Brú Chrónáin, Clondalkin on Tuesday 18 February, 2020. The app is fully interactive, is user-friendly and highlights the history and heritage of Clondalkin village whilst drawing attention to the Round Tower Visitor Centre as a focal point of the trail, increasing the footfall in the area from both national and international tourists