I have designed the 360 Spatial Audio for this VR Experience for the Rocks Discovery Museum in Sydney.
The video provides an immersive, aesthetic and intriguing perspective on the Rocks c1900 using blended real archive photographs from the era to bring alive the street life of the time.
The video riffs on new media archaeologies such as the stereoscope, early cinema, magic
lanterns, which emerged at the late 19Cth.
Step back in time and see what The Rocks looked like over 100 years ago when domestic life was not confined behind closed doors. This immersive virtual reality experience brings to life rare archival material including original photographs taken in 1901.
Put yourself in the middle of the action with our 360 degree video; simply pan and rotate your device or use the directional controls to experience life in The Rocks at a time when animals roamed freely, children played in the dusty streets and the Bubonic Plague was taking a grip on the city.