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Gedung Sate ‘Virtual Reality’ Museum

At the Gedung Sate Museum, located in the Gedung Sate provincial building of Bandung, West Java, visitors can fly around the building in a hot air balloon or participate in the building’s construction through VR and AR – fun ways to learn about the building’s history.

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A guide (center) at the Gedung Sate Museum explains the history of Gedung Sate to visitors on Wednesday (29/8/2018) in Bandung, West Java. Gedung Sate, which was built by the Dutch East Indies government in 1920-1924, now houses the West Java provincial administration.

Bandung has a museum that offers virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) facilities. At the Gedung Sate Museum, located in the Gedung Sate provincial building of Bandung, West Java, visitors can fly around the building in a hot air balloon or participate in the building’s construction through VR and AR – fun ways to learn about the building’s history.

If the Gedung Sate was built according to its original design, it might have been comparable to the extravagance of the Taj Mahal in Agra, India. Unfortunately, the Dutch East India Company (VOC) government was only able to complete the 2.7 hectares in the first construction phase of its administrative complex in 1924, due to financial difficulties.

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