France: Bastille in augmented reality for the national holiday of July 14

The “Bastille” application is a unique interactive 3D open-air museum. From July 14, you will be able to admire, on the magnificent Place de la Bastille, all the splendor of […]

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The application " Bastille Is a unique open-air interactive 3D museum. From July 14, you will be able to admire, on the magnificent Place de la Bastille, all the splendor of the medieval castle in 3D and once again destroy the building of one of the most infamous prisons in Europe.

Created for tourists and Parisians, this journey through time will be available on the App Store on the day of the great national holiday, July 14.

How does it work?

In order to see the Bastille with your own eyes, just download the new Piligrim XXI app: " Bastille », Go to the square and position the screen of your mobile device where the castle once stood. Our in-app map will show you the best shot.

Before your eyes, an artistic reconstruction in 3D and on a large scale will come alive with knowledge of the materials of the time and old plans. It is truly an incredible magic trick that will transport you to the legendary era of the French Revolution.

No internet connection is required to use the application.

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