Departing from the Cathedral platform, the experience offers a semi-guided virtual tour lasting around twelve minutes. Throughout the tour, the visitor can activate audio and visual elements at points of interest. This allows them to discover the monument through the various technical and historical explanations, all supported by video sequences and 3D animations.
The virtual visit has been deployed since June 2016 at Œuvre Notre-Dame Museum and welcomes more than 2,000 visitors every year.
In 2014, the project won call for projects Tango&Scan. As such, it receives financial support from the Eurometropolis of Strasbourg. The project is supported by the Œuvre Notre-Dame Foundation, the Cathedral Council and Strasbourg Tourist Office.
This virtual visit is the winner of the Millennium Prize of Strasbourg Cathedral in 2015.