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Virtual Bathing

The Virtual bathing  programme sought to extend the range and variety of digital visualisation work in the heritage sector, explore new ways for digital models to enable interaction between heritage custodians and the public, and identify possibilities for future collaborations.

The programme used the specific case of the Strand Lane ‘Roman Bath’ as its focus; however, it also aimed to stimulate creative thinking about the design and use of digital models for revealing hidden heritage more generally.



‘Virtual Bathing’ was a collaboration between King’s College London’s Department of Classics and The National Trust. It was supported by the university's Culture team.

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