discover & experience
The geoVR – virtual reality exhibition
What is geoVR?
The geoVR is a new virtual reality concept that allows audiences of different ages and abilities to explore the history of the Earth through multi-dimentional pictures, illustrations, sounds, animations and interactivity. It’s exploring the geopark in a completely new and innovative way, accessible for everyone!
Background for the project
The geoVR is a group of projects run by Magma Geopark before and during the development of the DoubleVR Content Management system by Doublethink, a private ICT Company. The geoVR project, started in 2013 and was funded by several sources: European Commission, Rogaland County, UNESCO Norwegian Commission and Nordic Atlantic Cooperation Funds supported Magma Geopark in testing, adapting and launching the most innovative Content Management System for virtual reality ever made.
At the moment we have 14 geoparks and other partners with active GeoVR exhibitions around the North Atlantic region:
- Magma Geopark (Norway)
- Trollfjell Aspiring Geopark (Norway)
- Reykjanes Geopark (Iceland)
- Stonehammer Geopark (Canada)
- Kenozero National Park (Russia)
- Shetland UGG (Scotland)
- Lochaber geopark (Scotland)
- Causeway Coast & Glens Heritage Trust (Northern Ireland)
- Cabox Geopark (Canada)
- Onego Pomorie (Russia)
- Marble Arch Caves UGG
- North West Highlands Geopark (Scotland)
- Katla Geopark (Iceland)
- Jardfeingi (Faroe islands)
You can come by our office in Egersund and have a look at the geoVR virtual exhibition; you can also try it at any of our partners’ offices listed above.
If you don’t have an opportunity to visit us or our partners, you can also try it online by clicking the button below (fast line recommended). You will need 3D glasses for an optimal experience, but you can get the idea of the concept also from a desktop viewer.
Want to know more?
We are located in Elvegaten 23, Egersund, Norway. Come by or send us a message by filling in the contact form below.