About


 

The Virtual Angkor Project is a pioneering collaboration across multiple disciplines and technologies. It has been built from the ground up by Virtual History Specialists, Archaeologists and Historians with the goal of providing an accurate reconstruction of the Cambodian metropolis of Angkor at the height of the Khmer Empire's power and influence in the thirteenth century. The Project, which went online in January 2018, is designed to be experienced in multiple ways, through Virtual Reality immersive encounters, through 360° videos that provide a glimpse into the city and through interactive teaching modules designed by leading educators. Through the power of technology, Virtual Angkor aims to bring a living, breathing city to life into the classroom through a digital reconstruction of contemporary society, complete with animated inhabitants, detailed architectural depictions and vegetation.

 

 
 

History Team

 
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Associate Professor Adam Clulow

Samuel Horewood

Bernard Keo

 
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