Figure 1: Seventh cist-slab of the Kivik Grave as a 3D-model with the virtual rock art's figures emerging from the stone. 3D-model, figures and screenshot: Carolina Larsson
Figure 2: The virtual procession in a sunbathed South Scandinavian landscape. Interaction design and screenshot: Sebastian Buks, 3D-landscape: Michael Orbing
Figure 3: Archaeologist experimenting with own gestures. Image credit: Jonas Jakobsson
Figure 4: A young girl leading her red avatar so as to melt into the procession. Image credit; Jonas Jakobsson
Figure 5: Audience appreciation of the VR arts play from F1: uninteresting, to F5: very interesting
Figure 6: Play as dance, young girls in a collective gestural interpretation. Image credit: Jonas Jakobsson
Figure 7: Play as dance, young girls in a collective gestural interpretation. Image credit: Jonas Jakobsson
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