New VR experience opens at World Pavilion

The Netherlands’ World Pavilion has recently welcomed a new educational VR experience, which gives visitors an extraordinary experience of the daily life in Ghana.

Through the use of the newest virtual reality techniques, Lagotronics Projects was able to create lifelike experiences.

The World Pavilion is a cultural experience centre where schools, families and organisations learn more about multiple African cultures, by playing  games, role playing and workshops. The newest program is about Ghana; visitors learn about daily life in Ghana, its culture, religion and refugees.  The educational program has three parts: a bus ride through Ghana, life in a typical Ghanaian village and a dangerous journey of a boat refugee.

The bus ride is impressive: by replacing the windows of a real bus with monitors that show moving images of an actual ride through Ghana; the whole experience is very realistic.

The village life is realised with the use of Virtual Reality. Visitors get to wear VR-glasses which show a 360 view of a real village in Ghana; they walk around freely and it feels as if they are actually walking around in the Ghanaian village.

The third experience is a moving one; the journey of a boat refugee. The World Pavilion decided to add this sensitive topic to their program to show visitors the background of the refugees, and what drove them to make this risky journey. Visitors get into a real refugee boat whilst wearing VR-glasses. With the use of Virtual Reality they will see what those people have to go through during their dangerous journey.

“Lagotronics Projects has been a great help in realizing our dream. Those guys are  experts  who have professionally transformed our ideas to great life-like experiences. We are very proud of the result and happy that we chose Lagotronics Projects to work with.” commented René Poels, Chairman and initiator of the World Pavilion.

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