Virtual reality can bring ancient cities back to life and improve conservation

Tarek Teba, University of Portsmouth Around 3,300 years ago, the port city of Ugarit was a vibrant urban centre, located strategically on the overland network linking Egypt with Asia Minor and on the route between Persia and India in the Continue reading Virtual reality can bring ancient cities back to life and improve conservation

How virtual reality is opening up some of the world’s most inaccessible archaeological sites

Brendan Cassidy, University of Central Lancashire and David Robinson, University of Central Lancashire We often associate virtual reality (VR) with thrilling experiences we may never be able to have in real life – such as flying a jet fighter, exploring Continue reading How virtual reality is opening up some of the world’s most inaccessible archaeological sites