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Photo via Tosolini Productions/Paul Allen's Living Computer Museum
Photo via Tosolini Productions/Paul Allen’s Living Computer Museum

Those who may not be able to make a physical trip to Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s Living Computer Museum in Seattle are in for a treat — you can take a 3D virtual tour of the facility instead.

The 3D virtual tour just went live, capturing the inside of the museum that opened in 2012.

Photo via Tosolini Productions/Living Computer Museum
Photo via Tosolini Productions/Living Computer Museum

In the tour, use the arrow keys to navigate around the interior and check out the many displays of computers, pictures and other memorabilia, including pictures of Allen and fellow Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, as youngsters messing around on old machines.

The virtual tour was done by Seattle-based Paolo Tosolini, founder of Tosolini Productions, a digital agency that specializes in using emerging media, including 3D, VR and projection mapping, to enhance online business storytelling.

Additionally, Tosolini did a 3D virtual tour of Microsoft’s Recruiting Building 111, which you can take here.

Below, a video Tosolini made of a potential Microsoft lobby of the future:

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