A Canadian Iroquoian village in VR.

In Communications, Creativity and Innovation, Memory and Learning, Virtual Reality by Brainy Days Ahead

A cutting edge virtual reality exhibit at the Museum of Ontario Archaeology (MOA) in London is offering visitors a more immersive way to experience what life was like in a 16th century Iroquoian village. The three-dimensional exhibit digitally recreates the Iroquoian longhouse constructed on the MOA’s Lawson Site.  Archaeologists are still uncertain about many aspects of the Iroquoian structures, so the virtual reality project is offering local experts a new way to present their interpretations complete with information and digitized artifacts from the museum’s extensive Lawson collections. What an awesome way to learn.