Visiting the BM and feeling peckish? The following video offers some suggestions for places to eat and drink, both inside and outside the Museum. Places beyond the Museum’s walls include (among others)… The Museum Tavern Tea and Tattle London Review Bookshop The Camera Museum Russell Square Russell Square Cabmen’s Shelter The Brunswick Centre
The British Museum exhibition, I am Ashubanipal: king of the world, king of Assyria (8 Nov. 2018 – 24 Feb. 2019) focuses on the BM’s extensive Assyrian collections and on the 7th Century BC warrior/scholar king, Ashurbanipal. Here’s a short video piece looking at just a few small parts of the exhibition. Watch it in […]
For a more immersive experience many MuseumWise short films are produced as 360º or 180º 3D video. Here’s an example showing a small handful of some of my personal highlights from The British Museum. If you have a VR headset (or something like Google Cardboard) then watch it in 3D for the full effect and […]
Want to take a closer look at the Model Room and Sepulchral Chamber in the Sir John Soane’s Museum? You can now do that with: Explore Soane. You can also download various 3D computer re-creations, including a model of Pompeii and a Temple of Vesta made out of cork…
The British Museum has worked closely with Google over the past few years to bring more of the museum’s collections to a wider light. A number of these projects can be found at the British Museum – With Google web site. One interactive piece is The Museum of the World… …featuring some of the most […]
Have a look around the London Transport Museum with Google Street View.
Walk the streets of Victorian London with a virtual tour of this Museum of London gallery.
Thomas Flynn took some 900 photos to produce a 3D annotated model of Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum. If you’ve got a suitable headset you can also view this in WebVR. Alternatively, wander though an older version of Hinzte Hall (featuring “Dippy” the dinosaur rather than “Hope” the whale,) via Google Arts & […]
Explore the Churchill War Rooms via this 3D scan of the venue.
A 360º video tour of the British Museum Great Court and some of the galleries. I made this back in 2015 with an early “360 camera”. Newer videos are higher quality (and also 3D).