The Beaugency Castel, between the cities of Tours and Orleans, proposes increased visits in 9 languages. The manor has belonged to Jean de Dunois, bastard of Orleans, comrade-in-arms of Joan of Arc during the Hundred Years’ War. The castle is a living witness of the History of France.
Tabulette Tactile in hand, tourists and lovers of history make a journey back in time with the help of augmented reality technologies, virtual reality and «gamification» of the visit. La Tabulette gives life to the castle, restoring the decorations of another era and animating historical figures of the 15th and 16th centuries. This complete and playful visit offers a new way to visit the castle for the whole family.
The objective is to propose an interactive cultural mediation tool that is both pedagogical and fun thanks to various digital techniques.
The 44Screens study has imagined, produced and implemented a modern, interactive and adapted visitor tool for different audiences, whether experts, families or schoolchildren.
44Screens has surrounded itself with the services of historians and archaeologists to gather the documentation and translate it into plans and recommendations. The graphic designers have modeled the castle and its rooms, according to different times paying particular attention to the furniture, more than 30 people have participated in the realization of the augmented visits of Beaugency!