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Visiting the Ruins of St Paul’s in Space and Time expo extended until end February

Digital reconstruction allows visitors to explore college’s historical landscape, and features state-of-the-art advanced simulation technologies.

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Digital reconstruction allows visitors to explore college’s historical landscape, and features state-of-the-art advanced simulation technologies.

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UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 12:29 am

The first phase of Visiting the Ruins of St Paul’s in Space and Time – Exhibition of Virtual Reality at the Ruins of St Paul’s has been extended until 28 February with additional sessions.

Located at the Ruins of St Paul’s College, the schedule has been adjusted to three sessions per hour, with each open to 10 participants, according to the Cultural Affairs Bureau.

The exhibition, which presents a digital reconstruction of the church and allows visitors to explore the college’s historical landscape, is the first to feature “advanced simulation technologies”, including autostereoscopy, virtual reality and augmented reality at a Macao World Heritage site.

During the exhibition’s first phase, admission is free for members of the public by registration. Users must be aged five or above; under-12s must be accompanied by an adult.

Registration can be done online. A lucky draw will be held if applicants are unsuccessful, with those who are successful to be notified via SMS.

Participants must arrive at the Ruins of St Paul’s information desk 10 minutes before the session starts, while latecomers will be refused entry and replaced by those waiting on site.

The exhibition is open daily from 9 am to 6 pm (no admission after 5:30 pm), including public holidays. Advanced registration is required.

A WeChat game-themed Request from the Priest has also been launched, with prizes available, The Macau Post Daily reported. 

 

UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 12:29 am

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