Country: España, Spain – City: Oviedo – Address: Spain, Asturias, Oviedo
Geographical escape room around the city of Oviedo using a virtual tour devised for secondary school students.
This virtual tour has been elaborated in order to facilitate the learning of secondary school students about the stages of urban development in an innovative way using new information technologies (ICT) and Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) techniques, taking the Asturian city of Oviedo (Spain) as an example.
This tour seems like an escape rooms, so that to advance, in every single scene you should discover all the hidden elements and correctly answer the proposed question; after this next
scene will be unlocked. But take care and check the image carefully before you continue (in any case you will always be able to move freely through the discovered
places by using the map above).
Develop the insight of urban landscapes.
Typify the components of the city.
Elaborate a tour which allows the interpretation of the city.
Get to know the perception of the urban space of Oviedo through a virtual tour.
The aim of this activity is to discover the different keys that will allow you to progress through the Virtual Tour of Oviedo.
In each of the level, different icons will appear to bring to you basic information
Each one of these will unlock the next one.
When you have viewed the basic information you will see the question icon
If you get the question right you will receive 5 points and the next level will be unlocked. If the answer is incorrect, one point will be deducted.
In addition, in some levels you will get extra points with the following icon
These will add an extra point, simply for reading it.
If you answer all the questions you will be able to reach the end of the tour through the different spaces and historical periods in the construction of the city of Oviedo. You will also get a score.
Event language: English The event will be: Online
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Director: Felipe Fernández García (Universidad de Oviedo)
Autors: Daniel Herrera Arenas, Juan López Sánchez, Cristina Fernández Bustamante, David Olay Varillas. (Observatorio del Territorio)
Reference person: Daniel Herrera Arenas – Role or function: Professor – Reference organization: Universidad de Oviedo
Those who organize are: Academics – Observatorio del Territorio – Departamento de Geografía – Universidad de Oviedo
Estimated starting time (local time):
Expected duration: the whole evening
Event program: it will be displayed here as soon as possible
GeoNight code: 230249