TRINITY LUTHERAN COLLEGE (MILDURA)
Six students from Trinity Lutheran College, supported by teachers Stephanie Kriewaldt and Sara Holman, have combined cutting-edge technology with the ancient Mallee landscape to create a ground-breaking collaborative project. Aimed at sharing the issues their local River Murray faces within Australia and the wider world, students engaged eight community agencies, interviewing them about river problems and how the river can be supported. The students also used a 360° camera to record footage at six locations within the Mallee and then embedded the interviews to create interactive, 3D 360° videos. Now people worldwide can learn about the Australian bush through the power of VR – a fantastic example of students taking real action and making a difference.