The EPCC heritage Paths in Finistère called ARTEFACTO and scenographer Laurence Chabot for the presentation to the general public of a room of the Domain Trévarez through augmented reality.
Featuring a quite remarkable architecture, but extremely damaged during the Second World War, the building couldn’t be renovated for cost reasons.
Nevertheless, the application developed by Artefacto allows visitors to experience a virtual reconstruction and in augmented reality a rooms on the ground floor of the castle accessible to the public. The visitor displays on an iPad the entire room as it was at the beginning of last century.
- Visiting Application
- Augmented Reality on-site
La technologie, qui permet de combiner réel et virtuel de manière interactive, s'applique désormais au patrimoine. Dans un site historique, elle plonge le visiteur dans le passé. Effet magique garanti.