Interactive history tour
English Heritage has a mandate to provide public access and education to its historic sites. By creating a virtual tour or digital twin they can be available to a broad audience of historians, teachers and students.
Clifford’s Tower recently underwent a huge restoration, improving its access and signage, all of which needed to be reflected in the virtual version. The areas were captured as high-resolution 360 images, connected via an elegant branded navigation system.
Each information panel has been reimagined as an interactive hotspot, with text for readers and an audio guide for a personal touch and to support users who prefer to listen to their content.
An accessibility layer also gives users keyboard control, for maximum inclusivity throughout the interactive history tour.