Emily Gal: Virtual reality is the solution to making archaeology accessible and fun

Archaeology has, traditionally, faced the challenge of reaching diverse audiences.

Why does it matter to the individual? What positive impact can it have on communities?

Other hurdles have also had to be overcome, like getting the balance right between encouraging people to go out and uncover more about the past, while protecting the often fragile archaeological sites in our region.

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