View all versions of the USS Enterprise online via the Roddenberry Archive #StarTrek @StarTrek
The Roddenberry Archive is a multi decade collaboration with The Roddenberry Estate, OTOY, and iconic Star Trek artists Denise and Mike Okuda, Daren Dochterman, and Doug Drexler to collect significant documents and art from Gene Roddenberry’s lifetime of work, beginning with the Starship Enterprise, and to make them accessible through innovative means of presentation. The project aims to preserve this information for those studying his career in the future, for those who appreciate his work, and to provide accurate information for those involved in future productions and other projects based on Roddenberry’s work.
They have created a portal featuring some of the latest work from the archive team, allowing web visitors to virtually explore the complete history and legacy of every bridge of the Starships Enterprise – as 1:1 scale “in-universe” experiences.
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