On February 8, 2022, Marc Hansen, Minister Delegate for Digitization, presented four new projects of the Ministry of Digitization in the areas of administrative simplification, digital inclusion and the continuous development of eGovernment.
During the press conference, Marc Hansen also unveiled the mobile application “Luxembourg Pavilion Dubai 2020”, which offers the public a new virtual tour of the Luxembourg Pavilion at the Dubai Expo.
Indeed, the app presents an adaptation of the virtual reality film made available to the general public during the tour of the Ministry’s stand dedicated to it across the country. The Ministry of Digitization thus offers decentralized access to all those who wish to visit the Luxembourg Pavilion from anywhere, even their home if they wish.
This mobile application offers a number of advantages:
- The user can view the film from anywhere, without having to travel.
- They can visit the Pavilion at their own pace, as many times as they want, and explore all the options available to them.
- He does not need any specific device, program, or headset to enjoy the interactive virtual tour.
- After downloading it, the user does not need Internet access to view it.
Source: Ministry for Digitalisation