Virtual reality environments can be built manually, like video game levels, but they can also be constructed using real-world imagery and scanning. We visit the offices of Cyark, an organization that travels around the world digitizing historical sites using advanced scanning equipment, converting some of those scans to explore in VR.
Shot by Gunther Kirsch edited by Norman Chan
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