Basilica of San Juan de Dios includes virtual tour service using 3D technology – Granada

From this Wednesday, the Basilica of San Juan de Dios, owned by the Hospitaller Order of the same name, offers visitors a new experience through virtual reality-based technology that allows visitors to get closer through “incredible panoramic views and 360-degree perspectives”. come “to rooms of sacred art that are imperceptible to the human eye today” of the church in Granada, whose construction began in 1737, and finally opened its doors in 1759.

The new tourism project was presented at an event attended by, among others, the Mayor of Granada, Francisco Cuenca, who thanked the Order of the Hospitallers of San Juan de Dios for having “new technologies such as the use of a door closer and a more up-to-date language code , to bring heritage closer to both citizens and visitors”.

According to the Mayor, “This leads to the excellence of our tourist offer, while Granada has already been included in the select club of cities that offer the opportunity to enjoy their heritage through 3D technology.”

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