In January 2017, our customer, the Polish company The Farm 51 which develops computer games and applications for VR technology, along with the Open Dialog Foundation, sent the first consignment of humanitarian aid for schools that are still attended in the Zone of Exclusion surrounding the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. read more
On 26 May, 2016, on the initiative of the Polish company ‘The Farm 51’, a team of experts went to the Chernobyl zone. The main purpose of the trip was to study the needs of the schools in the region affected by the Chernobyl disaster. The group included: Lyudmyla Kozlovska and Natalia Panchenko (the Open Dialog Foundation), Olga Gritsenko (Ukraine’s Image Agency), Katerina Litvinchova (the NGO ‘Global Ukraine’) and Anna Rozhkova (Press Secretary of the State Agency of Ukraine on the Exclusion Zone Management). read more
On 26 April at 6.00 p.m., the Kyiv History Museum will host the world premiere of the Chernobyl VR project entitled ‘Ghost Town: World Premiere of a Virtual Tour’. The innovative design of Poland’s The Farm 51 is aimed at preserving the memory of 1986 through a virtual trip to Chernobyl and Pripyat. The presentation will remain open until 10 May.
Along with our friends from The Farm 51, the designers of the application Chernobyl VR Project, with whom we worked together on the launch of the world’s first virtual trip to Chernobyl and Pripyat, we took part in a conference ‘InnoTech Ukraine’ – Ukraine’s leading meeting of representatives of the environment connected with innovations and new technologies.
At the beginning of March 2016, the Silesian company The Farm 51 ,with the assistance of the Open Dialog Foundation, entered into an agreement on the support of the image of Chernobyl VR Project by the Mayor of Kiev, Vitaliy Klitschko. The premiere of the application, which allows people to visit Chernobyl and Pripyat without leaving home, will be held on the 30th anniversary of the disaster.