“During the Civil War, suitable as Richmond was burning, persons went out and took these images,” some of which ended up designed into 3D stereographs, Greg Werkheiser stated. “We took those people initial stereographs and put them as a result of our software package and increased them.”
The enterprise also utilizes video and photographs taken in the course of the removal of the monuments this summertime to position guests who are now standing in advance of the empty pedestals in the center of the action.
“Part of it is the magic of what you see in the glasses,” he mentioned about applying the transparent smartglasses. “The glasses are accompanied by audio.”
The company’s Monument Avenue tour starts with the Civil War, Werkheiser said.
“It goes as a result of the record and origins of the war and the historical past and origins of the monuments up by way of them currently being taken down, and the Lee monument staying reworked into this new site of conscience.”
The intent of the tour is “to spark dialogue,” he stated. “It is not just to see a motion picture in glasses. It is to spark a dialogue concerning the individuals in the tour and the docent [tour guide]. It is also to lay a foundation of point. There is so considerably fantasy and misunderstanding about Monument Avenue and the background of racial justice in Richmond.”
Lexi Cleveland, a undertaking director for the corporation, formulated the content for the tour and is one of the docents who direct the tours.