If you can’t get out and about this September, Digital Doors Open is bringing some of Scotland’s best buildings to you. For Doors Open Days 30th Anniversary we have partnered with Smart History and the Centre for Archaeology, Technology and Cultural Heritage (CATCH) at the University of St Andrews to work with communities to digitise buildings throughout the country. Volunteers are busy taking photographs of the interiors of different buildings, which will then be stitched together to create 360-degree virtual tours.
Whether you're in Peebles or Philadelphia, Nairn or Nairobi, you can access the tours. The tours will be available online, making them great places accessible to visitors from Scotland and around the world. We also have compiled a map of 49 different virtual tours of Scottish places already available online. Let your virtual adventures begin!
See here for an example of what Digital Doors Open Days will provide with the digital rendering of Paisley Abbey by Smart History;
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