Exploring a virtual exhibition

The Third Fate employs virtual reality to see architecture’s future and past

“Click here to experience” are the first words on The Third Fate’s landing page, offering an introduction via trailer to the futuristic design studio. Upon navigating the 360 degree preview and interactive experience, audiences are transported to the bustling center of Columbus Circle and then into a quiet scene in the British Museum. This is just a taste of how the company leverages virtual reality to activate and preserve the built environment. The Toronto-based startup was founded a year ago by Thomas Hirschmann and Anthony Murray, who were both interested in how virtual reality and additional technologies could capture the experience of a place even after it was altered or destroyed. ….[READ]

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