First School Trip
•Students from Kakuma Refugee Camp were given a specially created live and immersive VR tour of London’s National Gallery, over 6,000 miles away
•The students - many of whom have never left the camp – explored the gallery in real time, viewing paintings by Van Gogh, Manet, Titian, Hobbema and Bonheur
•Artist Lisa Milroy hosted the tour for students

A group of young refugees growing up in a Kenyan refugee camp have been given a close-up look at a selection of paintings by world-famous artists during a 360-degree live virtual reality (VR) tour at the National Gallery in London. The experience is believed to be the world’s first live VR school trip for refugee students.
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