Roddenberry Archive "Enterprise" Bridge VR Experience

I’m sure everyone has seen this by now, but what did you all think of this? Spoilers for the third season of PIC, so be careful if you’re not up to date!

The web portal will allow fans to virtually explore the many dozens of evolutionary iterations of the famous Starship Enterprise bridge, across every epoch of Star Trek‘s history, with each bridge made accessible in the timeline as a 1:1 scale, “in-universe,” 360 recreation. De Lancie, who has portrayed extra-dimensional being Q since 1987’s Star Trek: The Next Generation, narrates a supplementary documentary, offering a deep dive into the evolution and legacy of the bridge — from its inception in Pato Guzman’s 1964 sketches, through its portrayal across decades of films and TV series, to its latest incarnation on the Enterprise-G, as revealed in the final episode of Star Trek: Picard.

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Otoy and the Roddenberry Archive are bringing some impressive stuff our way. Im always looking forward to what they do next.

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I hope future releases add sound, it’s just not the same. Thank God for YouTube ambience videos!

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Agreed. Me and a few friends play the Adventures RPG where the ambience videos come in very handy :vulcan_salute:

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Spent a few hours tonight exploring this. The overhead lights in the turbolifts of the Enterprise-B are something I never knew! Some of the bridges have the ready room or observation/conference lounges (DSC/SNW Enterprise and both D versions), and others don’t (E). Hopefully they’ll all get added in in the future. I’ve gotten up as far as the Enterprise-F, but it was kind of uncooperative for me, so I gave it a break for tonight.

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