The first VR expedition of Notre-Dame de Paris
Orange presents “Eternal Notre-Dame”, the first immersive VR expedition to Notre-Dame de Paris. A new and innovative experience to keep Notre-Dame alive.
Relive the history of the cathedral thanks to virtual reality, discover inaccessible places and enter the History …. Thanks to your headset, you will be able to explore Notre-Dame de Paris through the centuries, completely recreated digitally and thus live a real emotional journey to discover the secrets of the monument, while (re)discovering the historical events and characters who have marked its history.
Discover "Eternal Notre-Dame"
The Orange Group's commitment to Notre-Dame de Paris
Following the fire of April 15, 2019, the Orange Group, like many French and international companies, wished to actively participate in the work of rebuilding Notre-Dame de Paris. In close collaboration with the Diocese of Paris and the public institution in charge of the conservation and restoration of the Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral, and with the support of the City of Paris, Orange is offering a unique immersive virtual reality tour of this emblematic monument.
Orange will donate 30% of the price of this experience to the public institution for the restoration of the cathedral and to the Notre Dame Foundation to finance the program for the interior design of Notre-Dame. By taking part in this adventure, the public contributes to the ﬁnancing of the reconstruction work: each visitor thus becomes a donor.
A unique 42-minute virtual reality experience where visitors explore the Cathedral through its history
The project partners
“Eternal Notre-Dame” was built, in its scenario and its realization in virtual reality, in close collaboration with the teams of the public establishment and those of the Diocese of Paris. A council of experts appointed by the two partners was mobilized on the project to ensure the architectural, historical, and artistic reliability of the experience, the verisimilitude of the evocation of the construction site and the role of the companions, but also the fidelity of the experience to the spiritual vocation of Notre-Dame de Paris.