Virtual reality (VR) technology has helped roll back 800 years to bring the famous One Pillar Pagoda – one of Vietnam’s most iconic temples – to today’s audiences in a most vivid state.
From November 23 to 30, an exhibition themed “Discovering the architectural heritage of the One Pillar – Dien Huu Pagoda from the Ly Dynasty through VR technology” will take at Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, No. 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Hanoi.
The VR3D Dien Huu pagoda project helps viewers go back 800 years to walk in the space of royal pagoda in Ly Dynasty. The main product of the project – the virtual reconstruction of Dien Huu Monastery Platform and its One Pillar Structure in 1105 – helps the Vietnamese generations of the 21st century experience the feudal beauty with VR and AR technology.