New EMOTIVE experience lets visitors digitally discover the story of a 15-year-old, Caledonian Slave girl in Scottish museum
The Antonine Wall, Rome's final frontier, the Hunterian Museum. Image: Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin FRCP, Wikimedia.
A new video, produced by the Glasgow Hunterian Museum and the EMOTIVE project, highlights the new EMOTIVE experience ‘A Window to the Scottish Past: Views on Verecunda’s Life’ Emotive is an European-funded heritage project that uses digital media that fuels powerful storytelling for cultural heritage institutions.
The Verecunda EMOTIVE experience is a multi-part, facilitator-led in gallery experience created for 4 concurrent users. It focuses on the story of a local 15-year-old, Caledonian slave girl, Verecunda, who worked at the Roman commander’s house in Bar Hill fort, one of the Antonine Wall sites.
Read the full article and more about the project at EMOTIVE.