Mega Lifelike Experience: Shanghai World Expo, Online

By Kate
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Imagine 100 million people visiting the Shanghai World Expo, online, exploring and interacting with the stands and content, touring the virtual twin of its 5.28 square kilometers exposition park.

Years after the Expo has broken down its stands and physically disappeared.

The Expo 2010 will take 10 days for you to physically experience, but online you can visit at your leisure and eliminate cueing. Hmmm. Sounds good to me.

I didn’t realize what a big deal it is until I watched this video. Even if you’re the least bit curious, it’s worth a watch all the way through.

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The online Expo is being built with help from our 3DVIA Virtools technology, but no matter the technology, it’s just plain cool.

You can find more information in the Dassault Systèmes announcement. There’s an official Expo URL, but it’s not active yet, so the video is your best bet.

So, do you think you’ll go to the Expo?



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4 responses to “Mega Lifelike Experience: Shanghai World Expo, Online”

  1. says:

    Expo Online is indeed a very big deal. Like everything else associated with World Expo 2010, it is on an awesome scale!

  2. Kate says:

    Please let us know as the project develops. We’d love to see more as you build it!

  3. Aurelien says:

    I think I’ll go… online!

  4. Kate says:

    I think I will too! ;-)

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