Scooterise – Athens, Greece
“In less than a year, our VR tour has become one of our most popular offerings.”
In May 2017, Scooterise and Lithodomos VR joined forces to provide customers with VR tours of the Athenian Acropolis. After selecting their favourite viewpoints Scooterise’s VR tours were up and running within two weeks. Word spread quickly about Scooterise’s new VR tour, and today it has become one of their most popular offerings.
Living Computers: Museum + Labs – Seattle, United States of America
“It’s rare for a visitor to not want to try the VR!”
Living Computers: Museum + Labs is one of the world’s most prestigious computer museums. After implementing a Lithodomos VR HTC Vive interactive exhibit, the museum saw it quickly become highly popular among visitors. The popularity has led Living Computers: Museum + Labs to extend their initial partnership, and to incorporate even more Lithodomos VR interactive experiences into their museum. The lines of people waiting to use the exhibit speaks volumes for its popularity.
“Lithodomos VR's innovative work with VR technology is the future of education.” - Professor Angela Ndalianis
In 2017, Lithodomos VR ran a seminar as part of the Practical Archaeology Summer Intensive School at the University of Melbourne. Using cardboard viewing devices in combination with their personal mobile phones, the students were able to explore numerous ancient sites in virtual reality, including ancient Jerusalem. The University of Melbourne stated that the sessions were a resounding success and has already discussed implementing more sessions with Lithodomos VR in future years.
"In less than a year, our VR tour has become one of our most popular offerings."
Nikos Sarafidis, Scooterise
"Our Museum’s virtual reality exhibit gives the visitor a unique opportunity to be transported to another place, and to change the perception of things like time and space. Lithodomos VR has been quintessential to this mission. Our visitors have loved using Lithodomos VR to relive moments and places in history, and to use these reconstructions of these ancient sites as a way to imagine themselves in the past."
Nadia Hamid, Living Computers: Museum + Labs
"Lithodomos VR's innovative work with VR technology is the future of education."
Professor Angela Ndalianis, University of Melbourne
"Lithodomos VR have been great collaborators in our research. The app of the Paphos theatre 3D model has enhanced our impact reach and has been of enormous benefit in both public outreach activities and scholarly presentation of our archaeological investigations."
Craig Barker, Director Paphos Theatre Archaeological Project
"Using Lithodomos VR’s self-guided app on-site was an amazing experience and one I would recommend to anyone. Seeing the VR reconstruction overlaid on top of the modern day ruins is unforgettable."
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