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.
Read all about the programme on our blog
- Exhibition tour and Hīnātore hands-on session.
Guided by our educators, learners will:
- experience Gallipoli: The scale of our war
- create different viewpoints of Gallipoli based on character perspectives
- capture and share their perspectives of Gallipoli using immersive and connective technologies
- compare their digital creations and discuss different perspectives.
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
Links to view 3D Models:
‘Anger, Sickness, Grief’