16th-Century Amsterdam Stunningly Visualized with 3D Animation




The Amsterdam Museum teamed up with the Dutch creative agency PlusOne to create a series of videos for the new Amsterdam DNA exhibition — an exhibition that offers a three-dimensional 45-minute journey through Amsterdam’s history. PlusOne created seven videos in total. The clip above comes from the second film called Revolt Against King and Church, and it obviously brings you back to Amsterdam in the 16th century. The clip below offers an aesthetic introduction to the exhibition itself. h/t The Atlantic

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