Currently, 15 such access points are installed in France. technologies or investments, but from the work of artists and designers. based on archival photographs, maps and descriptions, realistic 3D models of the places and events that have made them known, for, as they say, it is better to see once than hear a hundred times about how in the winter of 1915 the German and French soldiers announced spontaneous short truce in honor of Christmas.
Users of the virtual reality rack can view virtual locations by analogy with a survey of neighborhoods using stationary binoculars on skyscrapers. The racks are made in anti-vandal format and are protected from bad weather. Noteworthy fact – in addition to excursions into the past, the authors of the project are already creating virtual tours to the future.
The full Timescope technology will be available during the CES in Las Vegas early next year. It is expected that by the end of 2018, at least 100 such access points near popular tourist sites will appear in the world.