The story of 4D project
Navigator4D have partnership with Grotte Chauvet2 for creating of new unique innovative project "Grotte Chauvet2 4D Virtual Visit". Navigator4D company during last 2 years has performed a huge amount of 3D scanning of the building, grotte replica, prehistory museum and all objects of the Museum collection. Finally, Navigator4D have created this amazing project for public access in new Virtual 4D format. This product is an exact virtual 3D reconstruction of the unique Grotte Chauvet2, built on Ardeche, Provence. The architecture of the Grotte Chauvet2 park, buildings and interiors of the Museum have been reconstructed in 3D in precision details with 3D scaning technology and photogrammetry. All exhibit objects, stone drawings and historical heritage in the Grotte have been scanned in 3D and displayed in high quality with their detailed descriptions. Created 3D tours in several languages with detailed stories of the construction of the replica of Grotte Chauvet and interesting prehistory museum and territory around.
The Grotte Chauvet2 in Ardeche
The Grotte Chauvet2 is the historical and cultural diamond of Ardeche region. 36 000 years ago men and women created a number of unique and deeply moving art works on the limestone walls of the Chauvet Cave, frozen for eternity within a shield of calcite and clay. Left undisturbed for tens of thousands of years, this immense natural cathedral was discovered on 18 December 1994 at Vallon-Pont-d’Arc, in Ardèche by three amateur cavers, Jean Marie Chauvet, Éliette Brunel, and Christian Hilaire.