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These are really great news. The Casa Batlló is not only one of the most impressive and famous buildings of Barcelona, now it is even about to be one of the cities most progressive sights when it comes to technologies. The Casa Battlò is just about to launch a brand new way of visit based on augmented and visual reality. By cutting edge mobile devices spectators soon will be able to see Gaudí’s impressive building from the very beginning of the 20th century. By simply holding up a tablet people can spy on how the Batlló family used to live in its now world-famous residence, including details like furniture, decoration etc. With the aim of giving visitors the best possible experience and adding a feature that used to be impossible, the Augmented Reality Tour is really a great bonus to anybody’s visit to the already very worth-seeing Casa Batlló. You want to be one of the first to explore this new technology? Until May 1st you can book tickets online – a special bonus: the first 80 registrations can enjoy the pleasure of entering FOR FREE. More information plus the registration form can be found here.
Casa Batllo celebrates 10 years of Cultural Visits Today, 20.10.2012 and tomorrow 10 years of cultural visits of Gaudi's famous Casa Batllo will be celebrated and it will be done in a very special way. We were already lucky enough to see 3D Video mapping in Plaza de Sant Jaume (click here to watch a video of it) and on Sagrada Familia for the fiestas de La Mercè this year and this weekend you will be able to see this incredible spectacle on Casa Batllo. (more...)