Exhibition With Augmented Reality Tablet HistoPad Opens In Washington

The National Building Museum started the exhibition Notre-Dame de Paris: The Augmented Exhibition this weekend, which is a 360-degree augmented reality installation produced by Histovery now on the third anniversary of the 2019 fire.

And to view the augmented reality, people are provided with Histovery's Histopad tablet, which lets people see augmented reality simulations of the construction of Notre-Dame de Paris.

Histopad tablet

People can navigate the exhibition and get an interactive tour back to even the Middle Ages when the cathedral was built, all the way up to present times, following the fire brigade as they tried to preserve as much of the building as possible.

The augmented exhibition lasts until September 26.

– Jim Miller