Panorama 6th of October just got an absolutely stunning makeover courtesy of premium tech company Audio Technology, which just unveiled its state-of-the-art renovation project at the museum, bringing it from 1973 well into the 21st century. Using advanced 3D Mapping projection, lighting, and sound systems, all the way to virtual reality, 3D holograms, simulation systems and a myriad of superior technological innovations, the museum now offers a fully-immersive experience where visitors get teleported to the frontlines of the battle in a 150-seat, 9D mapping theatre. The next stop is at a hall in which the weaponry used in the war are displayed in the form of holograms, coming complete with an signage displays and wireless tour guide for guests to easily swipe through.
The outdoors area of the museum wasn’t overlooked, as Audio Technology employed the latest 3D mapping projection systems to transform the outer facade of the building into a massive screen showcasing the war’s battles on all fronts – sea, land, and air.
Hall No. 1
Hall No. 3