The Mobile Life has developed a Virtual Reality application of the exhibition “Royal Wedding Dresses” which was on display in Stockholm, Sweden. In this 3D and 360° exhibition the visitor gets to experience the royal wedding gowns as if they were actually present at the Royal Palace in Stockholm.

Since the exhibition was on display for a limited period of time the virtual reality technology allows it to be available to a greater audience. Visitors get to experience the Palace exhibition in 3D and 360° and can learn more about specific dresses through audio guide and video.

“We wanted to recreate the exhibition and allow it to be re-lived and accessible well into the future. With VR we can realise this idea. And furthermore, we can ensure that everyone gets to experience these fantastic creations, regardless of geographical location”, says Ebba Magnani, Country Manager Sweden, The Mobile Life.

The initiative is part of iLab; an initiative launched by tech company The Mobile Life to explore cutting edge technology solutions.

“It’s a challenge to capture an exhibition where the atmosphere and the aesthetic experience is so important, but we are very happy with the result and our learnings. The project was part of iLab which allows our developers to explore new projects and innovation and keep us up to date with the latest technology available,” continues Ebba.

The exclusive exhibition was a commemoration of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia’s 40th wedding anniversary. It showcases a total of five royal wedding dresses, including those of Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Madeleine, Princess Sofia and Princess Lilian. Designers include Pär Engsheden, Christian Dior, Ida Sjöstedt and Valentino.

The app is available in both English and Swedish.

Download the app on Oculus store