Track the evolution of the Château over the centuries by piloting yourself 3D models on huge touch-sensitive screens!
In the immense room of the General Estates, or in the rooms of architecture and interpretation, you can discover our application on the architectural evolution of the château and the city.
For that purpose, two tactile big screens arranged in the room of the General Estates, as well as two tactile tables in the rooms of interpretation, presents five models of the château: during the 13th century ( medieval fortress), then at the time of Louis XII, of François Ier, of Gaston of Orléans, and finally in that of Félix Duban (restoration of the château during the 19th century). Furthermore, a 3D map presents other monuments of the city by chronological tabs.
These models in 3D, are completed by other contents: a video animation which summarizes the architectural evolution of the château in 30 seconds, the interactive notes and the illustrated timelines which also help you in to know more about it on the characters who marked the château, its history and its collections.
And now, play on!
Discover the château during the 16th century in reality virtual. A total immersion with 3D helmets and earphones. Disadvised in child of less than 8 years.
Since the room of General Estates, well seated on a bench and provided with a helmet of virtual reality and an audio headset, the visitors leapt backwards in 1588 to relive a moment standing out with the History : the assassination of th duke of Guise in the château of Blois.
A scenario reinterprets this episode, the characters were modelled by capture of movement, and the room of General Estates and the king's chamber were reconstituted in their slightest details. During approximately six minutes, the visitors are in total immersion in 360 degree vision and follow the duke of Guise to the apartments of king where a trap waits for him.
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A production City of Blois / University of Laval.
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At the ground floor of the François I's wing, the interpretation rooms of the monument allow you to discover and to understand easily the architectural evolution of the buildings of the château.
Among tools at your disposal, a video of 3 minutes presents four big architecture styles still presents today on the site. The video shows alternately the current buildings (seen by drone) and those who disappeared (3D modelling).
The virtual views were realized from the 3D models of the application of the château on the architectural evolution. These models are evocations of the disappeared buildings create from the architectural, archaeological and historic studies. This video of the architectural evolution of the château of Blois is not intended to represent with accuracy the disappeared buildings, but only to allow the news visitors to visualize the evolution of the château of Blois.
The digital desks consist in 6 3D mock-ups and 258 illustrated notices devoted to 30 prominent figures, 45 works or objects in collections and 56 places in Blois or the region.
This historical presentation of Blois and its château from the 13th to the 21st century is also accompanied by 5 illustrated chronologies.