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_D-Day to Victory Interactive

Chronicling the Allied Invasion of Europe in WWII from D-Day to VE Day, “D-Day to Victory” features immersive 360° panoramas that put audience members on the battlefield.

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“The main technical objectives were to transform the show’s groundbreaking real weaponry and explosives demos into 3D animation and create an innovative graphical map interface that includes a narrative walkthrough.”

Secret Location, Designers and Developers, on their website

The companion website to a History Channel Canada/Channel 4 documentary series, D-Day to Victory Interactive is an immersive interactive experience that follows Allied Troops from the invasion of Normandy on D-Day (June 6, 1944) to VE Day (May 8, 1945), when the Nazi government surrendered.

With an interface based on a map of Nazi-occupied Europe, D-Day to Victory also features immersive 3D animated recreations of six key battle sites. As visitors explore these environmental animations, they will discover clickable hotspots that unlock additional multimedia content, including interviews with WWII veterans, whose remembrances form the basis for these immersive explorable animations.

Project at a Glance :

Language : EN
Country : Canada
Year : 2011
Producer : eOne,History Channel - Canada,Impossible Pictures
Team : Secret Location,Shaw Media
Developers : Gino Fazari,MIchael Phan
Designers : Pietro Gagliano
Awards & Nominations : Applied Arts Interactive Award,Art Director’s Club Award,Banff World Media Award Nominee,Canadian Screen Award Nominee,Creativity International Award,Digi Award,Dope Award,FITC Awards,Impact Media Award Nominee,Pixel Award,PromaxBDA Award,W3 Award,Webby Award Honoree
Funders AND Incubators : Bell Fund,Historica Dominion Institute
Trailer :

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  1. John Karcher

    Site does not work. Very disappointing!

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