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Architectural Monuments of Moscow and Landscapes of Russia: a New Virtual Guide in Zaryadye

25 July 2019
It is a broadside multimedia screen with a contactless touch control allowing to watch video in a 360-degree format. The screen helps to explore the history and attractions of the city and country.

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The height of the screen is two meters, the width is more than three meters. The viewer can control the picture on his own: turn it to the right, left, up and down, turn the models of buildings around its axis. Thanks to the built-in detector, the screen reads movements at a distance and does not require touching. The use of the device is free of charge. The screen control can be used by people with limited mobility.
There are more than three dozen iconic monuments of nature and architecture in the memory of the guide. The viewers can feel the atmosphere of the picturesque Valley of Geysers or see at a short-range bears fishing in the icy water of the Kambalnaya River in the Kamchatka region.

There are three thematic sections developed for users: “Architectural Kaleidoscope”, “Historical Panorama” and “Video 360 Degrees”.
In the Architectural Kaleidoscope section, you can see 3D images of such city sights as the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the monument to Minin and Pozharsky, the State Historical Museum, St. Basil’s Cathedral and other iconic places.
In the Historical Panorama section, guests can explore the graphic panoramas of the Kremlin, Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge, and the skyscraper on the Kotelnicheskaya Embankment. The panorama is complemented with historical references on the changes of the place and the monument itself with the course of time.
The Video 360 Degrees section will allow you to make a virtual trip to the most remote corners of the country. Guests can travel to the Valley of Geysers in Kamchatka, climb Elbrus, visit the canyon by the Neral River in the Krasnoyarsk Region and take a closer look at the eruption of Klyuchevskaya Sopka volcano.

Virtual guide is located in Media Center. The information is provided in three languages: Russian, English, and Chinese.
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