Heritage Through Google Glass - Former Keppel Hill Reservoir

The second documentary under the ‘Heritage Through Google Glass’* series takes visitors on a tour of an old forgotten reservoir dating back to the colonial period in Singapore’s history which has disappeared off maps of Singapore since the 1980s.


HERITAGE THROUGH GOOGLE GLASS

The National Heritage Board has embarked on a series of projects that use new technology to document heritage sites across Singapore which were previously inaccessible to the public due to their remote and/or restricted locations, or to provide a behind-the-scenes look at museum curation and artefact conservation.

The ‘Heritage Through Google Glass’ video series* leverages on Google’s latest wearable technology, Google Glass. With this technology, NHB researchers can now visit and document heritage sites, or record intensive conservation processes without being encumbered by bulky camera equipment, to provide first-hand narrative accounts and subsequently share such recordings as video clips.

* This series does not represent NHB’s endorsement of the products featured.

Published by
Heritage Research & Assessment, National Heritage Board
Published Year
2014