Fort Vauban in Camaret-sur-mer

Project name Fort Vauban
Devices Interactive tables - Motion design films - Augmented reality application - Interactive kiosks
Client City of Camaret-sur-Mer - France
Project benefits Augmented reality game simulating cannon firing from the fort's defensive walls - Comic book displayed on tablet that follows the visitor's journey

The Fort Vauban in Camaret-sur-Mer (29) is a historic maritime fortress designed by Vauban to protect the coast and harbor. This monument is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

An extensive interpretation program was designed to allow the public to relive the great moments of this strategic location on the Brittany coast through augmented reality.

In addition to augmented reality, integrated as stages within an educational tour, on-site devices were created, such as a multitouch table that helps visitors understand the battles that have marked the fort’s history.

Augmented reality is a key element of the scenographic journey. Using historical plans of the tower, visitors can view it in 3D augmented reality.

An augmented reality game was created. From the rampart openings, visitors can fire at virtual boats offshore and destroy them.

Throughout the visit, an illustrated story unfolds. It plays out like a picture book on a tablet, which offers most of the interactive experiences.

Interactive tables provide the public with battle plans and more detailed information about the site.


This project has been carried out with the Wezit Mobile and Wezit In Situ solutions.

Contents are managed by the Wezit Studio platform.

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