Step into the dark world of Mary Shelley and her greatest creation, Frankenstein. Extending over four atmospheric floors, including their dank foreboding basement, immerse yourself in Mary Shelley’s complex and tragic past, and uncover the true story behind the world’s favourite monster. Mary Shelley’s House of Frankenstein delivers an unnervingly visceral, illuminating and entertaining experience.
Ultraleap is on a mission to make digital worlds feel more human, specialising in hand tracking. Their team includes leading experts in interface design, acoustics, machine learning, and computer vision. The future is a place where infinite worlds are at your fingertips. One where you interact naturally and in 3D. One where you don’t need controllers. They’ve united the world's most advanced hand tracking with the only haptic technology that creates the sensation of touch in mid-air.
To support Bath Spa University's 2022 Open Days, we produced a one-of-a-kind Augmented Reality Campus Tour, which brings Bath Spa’s campus to life, adding an extra layer of digital magic over the already beautiful surroundings in order to encourage its student applicants to see the often hidden opportunities, networks and success stories that truly define a student’s university experience.
A collaboration with ZubrVR, the AR Campus Tour app for Bath Spa University features 360 campus spaces, 180 captures of the TV and Dance Studios, 360 images of student accommodation sites, audio student success stories, AR student projects, plus an AR intro from one of the university's Pro-Vice-Chancellor.
Image: The Gruffalo written by Julia Donaldson. Illustrated by Axel Scheffler.
Myths & Monsters is an exhibition at the Victoria Art Gallery from 27 November 2021 to 27 February 2022. It is a continuation of the Here Be Dragons extravaganza, which broke attendance records for the Victoria Art Gallery in 2017. Myths & Monsters again links the worlds of literature, art and myth with some of the very best (and worst!) you could expect to meet. Star contributors range from Axel Scheffler to Michael Foreman, from Cressida Cowell to Victoria Topping. Full of fright and frolics that make the fun stand up on the back of your neck, this exhibition is curated by John and Gill McLay, founders of Bath Children’s Literature Festival.
This Is Your Country Too, led by Avin Shah of Strictly Immersive, was funded by Arts Council England in 2020. The project manifests as a 3D storyboard and is an immersive adaptation of the BBC radio play of the same name. The project asks: How do we write more diverse VR experiences with more dramatic storytelling? It is a push for a different collaborative model of immersive storytelling, one where VR designers, writers and theatre actors all come together inside a virtual 3D space and co-design a dramatic storytelling experience from the beginning.