Recreating the sounds of Stonehenge
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Stonehenge sounds recreated using virtual technology

Scientists have recreated the sounds of Stonehenge from 3,000 years ago using virtual reality.

Using technology created for the video games industry, visitors will be able to experience the sounds heard when the stone circle was intact.

The virtual tour uses ancient instruments to recreate the circle's original acoustics.

Dr Rupert Till, from the University of Huddersfield, said the technology will recreate the soundscape from thousands of years ago.

  • 06 Jan 2017
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