This site brings together projects exploring the use of virtual reality in research contexts focusing on archaeology, art and architectural history, and broader humanities data. Virtual reality gives scholars the ability to immerse the user in a digital experience that can be designed to present a variety of data, interpretations, or a new way to investigate information.


Mobile Experience Conference at UCLA
September 7, 2017
UCLA’s first ever Mobile Experience conference will convene a community of mobile tech experts, researchers, faculty, and entrepreneurial students. Included in the conference is a ...
Digital Karnak and preservation
May 23, 2017
Archiving and preserving the files behind digital reconstructions such as Digital Karnak is a complex process.