Te Papa is closed until further notice. Te Papa Covid-19 coronavirus information
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Explore Te Papa’s stunning exhibition, Gallipoli: The scale of our war and use digital technologies to create and share your own perspectives on Gallipoli.
To protect against the risk of covid-19, education visits aren’t happening until further notice.
Learners explore Gallipoli: The scale of our war and use digital technologies to create their own perspectives on Gallipoli based on their experience of the exhibition.
Guided by our educators, learners will:
Part of our Gallipoli Perspectives session involves students responding to the Gallipoli exhibition by working in groups to create 3D models which express a range of actions and feelings people involved in war may have felt.
Small teams will use 3D scanners to capture dramatic diorama-like sculptures. These sculptures will then be published and shared online, where they can be viewed in virtual reality.
The students' 3D models may also be placed within a physical space and viewed using augmented reality technology such as the Microsoft Hololens