Elsa Gatelier, Jean-Baptiste Suquet (Economist and Professor of Organisation, NEOMA BS) and Erwan Mahé (Professor of Digital Design, EESAB) presented progress in analysing the economic models of the castle and the technological solutions envisaged, using augmented reality and virtual reality.
It was possible to validate the first systems proposed (tablets and street furniture) following discussions with the Mayor, Louis Feuvrier, and with Evelyne Gautier Le Bail, Assistant to the Mayor with special responsibility for culture, heritage and the tourist economy and Samuel Linard, Heritage coordinator. This led to the setting in place of an implementation phase, with a deadline of Spring 2019.
For more information on the VISTA-AR project
>Tourism in the Digital Age (article and video)
>VISTA-AR project, financed by the Interreg France programme (England), Technological innovation at the service of cultural heritage
>Project website: www.vista-ar.com