CART 360 Project

 

The CART 360 Project is a National Lottery Heritage Fund project undertaken in partnership with Keele University and VCS Websites Ltd. It forms part of the Tranche 8 Digital funding programme comprised of projects designed to engage digital volunteers in heritage activities. Volunteers are provided with a 360 degree camera, and associated tripods and lighting, personal protective equipment. Remote training in the use of the equipment has been produced by Keele University and VCS Website to enable the volunteers to create virtual tours of Auxiliary Units structures using Thinglink and add these to the CART website. The volunteers also receive safety training and guidance in producing the tours. In addition they can update the CART website with the latest information about sites, using recording advice provided, and ensure they are recorded for Historic Environment Records where appropriate.

 

The information below is intended for project volunteers to utilise

Video 1: Introduction to the equipment

Video 2: Using the camera on site

Video 3 : Creating a Thinglink