Notre Dame VR Experience Offers an Immersive View Before and After the Fire

  • August 24, 2020 11:32

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FlyView, a virtual reality experience in Paris, now offers an immersive inside/outside look at Notre Dame cathedral before and after the April 2019 fire.

“Rebuilding Notre Dame" is a 35-minute tour providing viewers with glorious details of architectural elements from the spire, gargoyles and windows to the vaults and marble floors, along with a visualization of the rebuilding needed shown with current images. A history of the storied cathedral is told.

Viewers sit in swivel chairs with VR headsets to experience the 360-degree images of Notre Dame. Online reservations are required from FlyView (€19) and other Paris VR experiences are available. Currently, FlyView is only available in Paris. See a preview on the FlyView website.

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