Are you curious about how e-Estonia became a digital society? We’ll show you how — in style. Last year, e-Estonia Briefing Centre launched VR Estonia, a collection of 360-degree interactive virtual reality videos narrating the birth and rise of “the most advanced digital nation.”
The e-Estonia Briefing Centre has been hosting international delegations for a decade now to tell the story of e-Estonia. Foreign delegates from public and private sectors come in to get a firsthand experience of a country where legally binding signatures are not signed in ink, packages are delivered by self-driving robots and the government wants to provide seamless services.
To some this might sound like a “digital” fairytale. So we invite you to take a closer look at this fairytale with the help of a magical unicorn (reflecting the four Estonian unicorn startups). The VR Estonia journey is a teaser to the e-Estonian society, the technologies, solutions, and innovations. And you can even have a personal audience with both the current President Kersti Kaljulaid and our previous head of the state Toomas Hendrik Ilves.
After that, chart your own course through various topics about the digital society – digital identity, X-Road, i-voting, e-health, e-society, cybersecurity, e-residency, education, and business environment in the vast Estonian digital landscape.
You can experience VR Estonia even without VR glasses and on any preferred device.
Those travelling in the physical world can experience VR Estonia in the e-Estonia Briefing Centre, the Tallinn TV Tower and also at Tallinn Aiport Gate 3.