Reconstruction 360 is an interactive documentary interpreting the Reconstruction period of American history. It features 360° video vignettes, embedded videos, short contemporary documentaries and K-12 resources.
Each of the six modules of Reconstruction 360 is based on an aspect of Reconstruction history, with an emphasis on the agency of freedpeople during the era. The 360° scenes utilize composite characters developed from primary documents and historical research.
Observe a scene in all directions with pointing devices such as touchpads, touchscreens, or a computer mouse.
Open embedded videos by clicking on hotspots as they appear in the 360° scene.
Access K-12 resources, links to images and primary documents, and contextual information through the top menu. Video content embedded in the 360° video can also be accessed through the Explore drop-down menu.
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