Ubisoft proposes a Virtual Reality visit of Notre-Dame de Paris in real time, based on the XVIIIth century reconstitution from the videogame Assassin’s Creed : Unity.
## About This Game
On April 15, 2019, the world witnessed as Notre-Dame Cathedral was nearly
destroyed in a devastating fire. While the cathedral is currently closed for
restoration, it is still possible to visit it thanks to Ubisoft’s VR
At the heart of the videogame Assassin’s Creed : Unity , the 3D reconstitution
of Notre-Dame de Paris was the result of 5000 hours of detailed graphic work,
guided by historians.
Adapted from on this acclaimed model, the virtual visit offers multiple point-
of-views, some of which were inaccessible to the public, and ends
spectacularly with a hot-air balloon flight over its arches, in a lively
environment of Paris in the XVIIIth century.
In a 4 to 9 square meters zone, the visitor is invited to look around and take
a few steps to admire each perspective of the monument, to the sound of its
famous Cavaille-Coll Organ performing J.S. Bach.
This experience has been shown for the first time at the UNESCO Headquarters
on Heritage Days 2019 and was part of the South by Southwest Virtual Cinema
|Minimum System Requirements||Recommended System Requirements|
|CPU||i5-6400K - 2.7 Ghz||i7-6700K - 4.0 Ghz|
|RAM||8 GB RAM||16 GB RAM|
|OS||Win 10 x64||Win 10 x64|
|Graphics Card||GTX 1070 - 8GB||GTX 1080 - 8GB|
|Direct X||Version 11||Version 11|
|HDD Space||3 GB available space||3 GB available space|