Heritage XR: Consortium Building Workshop | The FuseBox

We’re so excited about the launch of the FutureScope - Heritage XR programme in collaboration with Digital Catapult and Brighton Dome & Festival.We’re looking for digital businesses across the UK that have an interest in augmenting & adapting an existing interactive or immersive experience to target the heritage sector.If you’re an individual rather than an existing business who’d like to get involved, we’re facilitating a session at the FuseBox to bring our talented community together.Come along to The FuseBox to meet like-minded people working in innovative technologies in a relaxed setting. Connect with potential collaborators and apply to the FutureScope - Heritage XR programme as a consortium.Free and open to all!Can you use 5G and immersive tech to tell Brighton Dome’s story in new and engaging ways?FutureScope Heritage XR is a 16-week programme designed to drive ideas and innovation using advanced digital technologies within the UK heritage sector.The COVID-19 pandemic forced heritage institutions to innovate and adapt the ways in which they told their stories. Now Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival is looking at how advanced digital technologies can be used within their refurbished sites to engage audiences in new and original ways.Brighton Dome is part of the Royal Pavilion Estate, and the programme goal is to identify three interactive and engaging experiences through which its rich cultural history can be shared. Part of the refurbished Brighton Dome site will have state of the art 5G connectivity, and BDBF would like to explore how this, and other technologies, can be used to deliver new interactive or immersive experiences to retell their fascinating heritage stories.Successful applicants will receive £20,000 in funding, and will be able to experiment with 5G and other advanced digital technologies as they take the UK’s immersive creativity to a new level. This is an exciting opportunity to work with one of Brighton’s famous historic landmarks.Find out more about the programme

The FuseBox
Level 4 North, New England House (Map)
We’re so excited about the launch of the FutureScope - Heritage XR programme in collaboration with Digital Catapult and Brighton Dome & Festival.

We’re looking for digital businesses across the UK that have an interest in augmenting & adapting an existing interactive or immersive experience to target the heritage sector.

If you’re an individual rather than an existing business who’d like to get involved, we’re facilitating a session at the FuseBox to bring our talented community together.

Come along to The FuseBox to meet like-minded people working in innovative technologies in a relaxed setting. Connect with potential collaborators and apply to the FutureScope - Heritage XR programme as a consortium.

Free and open to all!



Can you use 5G and immersive tech to tell Brighton Dome’s story in new and engaging ways?

FutureScope Heritage XR is a 16-week programme designed to drive ideas and innovation using advanced digital technologies within the UK heritage sector.

The COVID-19 pandemic forced heritage institutions to innovate and adapt the ways in which they told their stories. Now Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival is looking at how advanced digital technologies can be used within their refurbished sites to engage audiences in new and original ways.

Brighton Dome is part of the Royal Pavilion Estate, and the programme goal is to identify three interactive and engaging experiences through which its rich cultural history can be shared. Part of the refurbished Brighton Dome site will have state of the art 5G connectivity, and BDBF would like to explore how this, and other technologies, can be used to deliver new interactive or immersive experiences to retell their fascinating heritage stories.

Successful applicants will receive £20,000 in funding, and will be able to experiment with 5G and other advanced digital technologies as they take the UK’s immersive creativity to a new level. This is an exciting opportunity to work with one of Brighton’s famous historic landmarks.

Find out more about the programme