An excellent technology of Virtual Reality is its versatility and the fact that it can be used in a variety of creative cases. Often, virtual reality is used to create new realities that are truly extraordinary. But technology can also be used to recreate the past and create a virtual living story. This is the case of the virtual rendering of the famous Lancaster bombers that were used during World War II. Thanks to virtual reality, the creators revive the frightening scale of the bombing event in a realistic virtual reality.
If you're a history enthusiast and fascinated by the war, you'll love VR and you'll appreciate the real scale and cost of the war mission.
Recreation in virtual reality takes users to the cockpit of the famous Lancaster bomber as it flies over Berlin, and listens to the voice of the original BBC reporter, Wynford Vaughan-Thomas, who was part of the mission September 4, 1943 It is quite surreal and evokes the past like never before, no amount of imagination can bring you so close to the real events from 7 decades ago, virtual reality rendering You can feel the real atmosphere of someone who took part in the raid during the war
The bomber will fly around Berlin, as it was back during the day in immersive virtual reality, VR experience was baptized 1943: Berlin Blitz . The action and equipment that bombers returned during the day, would see when flying planes during the Second World War, such as the explosion of anti-aircraft missiles around bombers while listening to the dramatic commentary of the reporter during the air raid
The Wynford original recording from 1943 was downloaded from the BBC Archive to create this virtual reality to offer users an authentic experience. That day he played radio waves after the bomber flew from Berlin and landed at the RAF base in Nottinghamshire
To take advantage of BBC VR applications and of course you must have a virtual reality headset. The VR headset can be used with both tablets, smartphones that are inserted into the headset and act as a VR Experience screen.
About 7,000 Lancaster bombers were built during World War II and carried out a total of 150,000 bombings during the war. Bombers were the most successful RAF operations deployed during the war. It remains a popular British icon next to the Spitfire bombers.
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