Tune in for the latest edition of VR Birmingham on 24/3 where we’ll be discussing the topic of VR in Education.Read More
We are excited to announce that VR Birmingham is back for 2021 with an epic series of events.
This January as part of DigiCities with BBC Academy and Birmingham’s leading centre for innovation and creation, STEAMhouse, we are proud to be hosting World Building in VR.Read More
After the recent success of our event with Leicester University, we wanted to share more of the intricate work we did on this rare Sikh manuscript. Just click to turn & open!
This work was part of our innovative project with Sikh Museum Initiative, The Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum. To find out more visit the website here
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:
on 11th March 2020, we were able to facilitate VR experiences for the Nishkam Centre’s 2nd #InternationalWomensDay event.
A great day with inspirational #BAME women, celebrating achievements, sharing experiences and ideas and inspiring the next generation. It is also great to see BAME women with VR headsets, something I would like to see more of.
Starting off with inspirational speakers such as Deborah Moseley (Chair of Corporate Black Workers Support Group), Dr Arpinder Bansi (Owner of Kaur Values Associated), Barrister Zainab Bibi (Project Lead at Nishkam Centre), Jaskiran Kaur (PhD student speaking about Princess Sophia Duleep Singh, a UK Sikh Suffragette) and Manjit Kang (Real Estate Finance Manager & Co-Char for RBS Sikh Network). We then had the chance to participate in activities around Careers advice & confidence, Mental health & being mindful, as well as an inspiring session on Maharani Jind Kaur’s Jewellery with @taran3d
We were kindly invited to present at the #CanDoDigital youth training recruitment event at iCentrum, Innovation Birmingham by TinSmart Social, discussing our business journey into immersive VR and AR and our work for engineering and heritage applications. “Can do digital” is an awesome programme providing free digital skills training for young people aged 15-24 in Birmingham.
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″]