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On Wednesday 26th August as part of our Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum, we’ll be digitally transporting a selection of historical Sikh weapons to the Leeds Royal Armouries Museum
This renowned museum cares for one of the most important national collections of arms and armour in the world and we are honoured that it’s playing host to the Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum.
Alongside our key partner Sikh Museum Initiative, Taran3D’s skilled designers have used immersive technologies to breathe life back into this unique collection of digitally regenerated relics for a whole new audience to enjoy.
Join us on Facebook at 6pm on 26th August to find out in real time how we developed this project – click here for full details and how to attend
We’re thrilled to be part of the 2020 Indian Summer Festival. This online celebration of South Asian arts & culture explores Indian culture, traditions & people through an exciting series of events including workshops, exhibitions, film and food and much more.
Join Taran3D and The Sikh Museum Initiative on Monday 17th August 6pm-7pm as we take you on a virtual journey to unlock the past and explore Sikh relics and artefacts, all digitally reimagined through our immersive technologies.
From the comfort of your own home, let Taran Singh and Gurinder Mann accompany you to delve into these cultural artefacts and learn how they travelled from the Punjab to public and private collections in the UK.
You can view our Virtual Museum project on the Innovation Alliance for the West Midland’s Innovation tracker website at the following link – https://innovationwm.co.uk/our-activity/innovation-tracker/taran3d-ltd/
The Innovation Alliance for the West Midlands is an alliance of organisations active or interested in science and technology based innovation across the West Midlands. We have two principle objectives:
Taran3D attended the Hallgreen Secondary school Careers Fair yesterday. Answering questions about routes into emerging 3D and immersive technology industries. We discussed various roles from creative to technical development and we encouraged them to experiment and explore with freetools they can find online.
A terrific opportunity being invited to the Royal Armouries event, ‘Monarchs – Ranjit Singh’.
Showcasing a range of digital technologies through 3D Touch Screens and Virtual Reality allowing people to view ancient historical Sikh artefacts related to the Punjab Kingdom.[ngg src=”galleries” ids=”21″ display=”basic_thumbnail” thumbnail_crop=”0″]