French software developer Montparnasse Multimedia is hoping to appeal to techno-savvy art lovers with its latest DVD release, The Louvre.
The DVD enables you to visit 25 rooms in the famous art museum in Paris and check out more than 1000 paintings, including the Mona Lisa. A powerful magnifying option lets you look at works of art in more detail.
The Louvre, which is also available on CDRom, will be available in the UK this Spring priced at £30.
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