Saturday, 31 August 2013

Science Museum preserves Shipping Gallery as virtual exhibit

At least one writer at Gizmag was saddened when the Science Museum in London removed its famous Shipping Gallery. Closed in May 2012, the venue of many a childhood rainy Sunday will be replaced by the new Information Age exhibit, which opens in September 2014. However, though the Shipping Gallery is gone, it’s also, paradoxically, still with us. That’s because the Science Museum, with the help of the University College London and ScanLAB, has created a virtual version of the gallery to make the exhibit available to future generations... Continue Reading Science Museum preserves Shipping Gallery as virtual exhibit

Section: Science

Tags: 3D, British Museum, Exhibition, Interactive, London, Shipping, University College London, Virtual

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