Race the HD-4 is an historical VR experience located at Parks Canada's Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site of Canada. It lets visitors travel more than 100 years back in time to Baddeck, NS in 1919 to play the role of a test pilot for Dr. Bell's experimental hydrofoil prototype, the HD-4. Visitors get behind the wheel and go on a marine adventure as they test their piloting skills in a race with Casey Baldwin in an attempt to beat the world marine speed record. The experience was extremely well-received and was nominated for the Parks Canada CEO award for best visitor experience.
Year Completed: 2017
Open Hearth VR is a visually stunning digital exhibit celebrating more than 100 years of steelmaking. At the turn of the century, Sydney, Nova Scotia drove Canada's industrial revolution with its rich coal deposits which fuelled its steel production. The Open Hearth VR experience is featured at the Old Sydney Society's Bank of Montreal Museum, and allows visitors to travel back in time to get up and close to the steelmaking process as it was 75 years ago.
Year Completed: 2018
The Messenger is an immersive VR experience hosted at Parks Canada's Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site of Canada. Visitors travel back in time to 1744 at the peak of prosperity and activity at the Fortress of Louisbourg. They take on the role of a French messenger who has just received message about sightings of English spies in the area. They must navigate the busy harbour and reach the gate in time to deliver the message before they are closed for the night.
Year Completed: 2019
Kun'tewiktuk is the world's first digital Mi'kmaq experience hosted by Membertou Heritage Park located in Membertou First Nation, Nova Scotia. The experience takes visitors back in time to pre-contact Mi'kmaq territory where they learn traditional skills including bow hunting, spear fishing, canoeing, and drumming.
Year Completed: 2021
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