Louvre Replaces Audio Tours With Nintendo 3DS [Headlines]

Louvre Replaces Audio Tours With Nintendo 3DS [Headlines]

Museum visitors can now see 3D images of artwork, use GPS to locate their position within the museum, and hear interviews from Louvre curators about exhibits.

Allie Walker
  • 25 april 2012

The Louvre recently introduced a new audio-visual tour for visitors.  Visitors can now pay $6.50 for a tour via the Nintendo 3DS; the Nintendo 3DS has two-screens, allowing visitors to look at a map and exhibit information at the same time. Popsci 

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