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Preserving History and Educating the Future with HistoryView VR

HistoryView VR, located in Boston, MA, is a cutting-edge interactive 3D 360° virtual tour platform for museums, art galleries, national parks, and historic sites. Powered by industry-leading technology from Matterport®, Leica®, and Insta360®, HistoryView® uses 3D laser camera technology to preserve history and educate the public about it.

Virtual Reality for Classroom and Field Trips

Teachers use HistoryView VR to bring historical sites and museums to students in the classroom. This program is available on Chromebooks and tablets and does not require VR headsets. Read this “how-to” guide by Steven Bambury, Head of Digital Learning and Innovation across the JESS Dubai schools in Dubai, UAE, and listen to a segment of the podcast to learn more.

HistoryView VR has been featured in various educational publications, including the ARVRinEDU weekly Twitter chat by edtech consultant Jaime Donally. Additionally, HistoryView has been recognized as a top VR educational app by GetVR and VUDream, and as a worthwhile augmented and virtual reality tool by Edutopia.

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Partner with HistoryView VR
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”


HistoryView partners with museums, art galleries, historical heritage sites, and schools to create affordable VR field trips of exhibits and events worldwide. We specialize in 3D scanning, 360° videos and photos, drones, interactive virtual reality tours, and are Google Street View Trusted. Our mission is to digitize spaces to educate the public and increase the number of people visiting a location.

If you are a museum, art gallery, or historic site interested in being 3D scanned, visit our website to learn how to Capture Your Space. If you are an educator, edtech consultant, or school administrator, sign up today to start using HistoryView VR in your classroom.