Welcome to JtR3d.com. A site to explore Jack the Ripper, Victorian London & Whitechapel in 3D and Virtual Reality (VR).
News (13th Feb 2021)
Sorting out old posts and adding some new things that I’ve been working on.
Some new projects coming up. Updating/remaking No.13 now that VR and 3D tech has matured and is able to render much more realistic scenes.
I’ve deleted most of the old scenes because the WebPlayer scripts used to render them have depreciated. The NEW system is WebGL and I will update the old scenes and upload them in WebGL in the coming weeks. The only WebGL scene available at the moment is Buck’s Row
Buck’s Row (Now Durward Street,) was a street in Whitechapel, London.
In the early morning of 31 August 1888, the body of Mary Ann Nichols (“Polly”) was found on the pavement on the south side of Buck’s Row. She is generally thought to have been the first victim of Jack the Ripper.
The drawing in the top left is Mitre Square, reproduced below Original image of receipt courtesy Christian at Casebook.org Drawing courtesy International Stores Website
This is a large and high definition photo of MJK1… There follows a series of the same image with various enhancements… And in the small window, I’ve noticed something that might be of interest. In the bottom right pane of the small window, there appears to be an oblong form of something perhaps inside the …
Here are some stylised images of Miller’s Court archway based on contemporary illustrated newspapers of the time. This is a drawing of Miller’s Court archway published at the time in newspapers: Here are some stylised ones of my own: Some more contemporary drawings… And a few more of my own stylised ones… …