What’s it like to attend a state dinner at the White House? Or see Marine One land on the South Lawn?
From hosting festivals on the South Lawn to allowing people to explore its rooms via Google Street View, President Obama has used both traditional events and new technology to open up the doors of the White House to more Americans than ever before.
Today, we’re excited to share a new way for you to experience 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue - and all you need is a smartphone and a dollar bill.
As you experience a year at the White House -- from the Easter Egg Roll to a State Arrival Ceremony -- you'll see that even as seasons and people change, the White House endures as an institution of American democracy. That’s why we teamed up with the White House Historical Association and Nexus Studios to create this augmented reality experience -- to educate and inspire Americans to learn all about what the People’s House stands for.
So, give it a try:
The White House