In 1666 a terrible fire burned down most of the centre of London. More than three and a half centuries later the Museum of London wanted to create an interactive story showing the timeline and scale of the Fire of London.
The Museum of London had many artefacts from the time of the fire. These were not only physical objects (which are also on exhibition in the Museum) but also old maps of London before and just after the fire.
Using the old maps we created an application where you can navigate throughout time from different perspectives like the fire itself, the streets & buildings, peoples lives and society & politics. You navigate during the most important facts while the map is showing you how the fire was spreading.
The project resulted in an educational application for both young and old to remember the Fire of London for the years to come.