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The project/research was financed in the framework of the project Lublin University of
Technology – Regional Excellence Initiative, funded by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher
Education (contract no. 030/RID/2018/19.
The paper presents a process of testing a created virtual reality application for displaying the “Hujra”, a room for
students of the 17th century madrassa in the area of the Silk Road, together with interactive objects. The designed
3D objects had sufficiently small file sizes to be introduced into virtual reality, and the fully mobile application
worked effectively using smartphones within the price group available to the average user. The application was
presented to a group of students and researchers from Kyrgyzstan. In addition, objects not belonging to the Islamic
culture were introduced into the students’ room. Pilot tests confirmed the usefulness of the proposed solution of
3D modelling. Interviews with the participants of the experiment and the results of a survey showed that the virtual
reality application was a very attractive form of presentation, especially for people belonging to Generation Z. The
combination of the complexity of the project and its high availability via smartphones was considered a successful
solution by those questioned.