Ahead of the merging of several museums at a new site close to the Lausanne train station, a 10-day event was organized by the Pôle Muséal. This event featured a total of 21 stops across the city and included performances and animations. The Musée Cantonal des Beaux-Arts commissioned Vidinoti to create an Augmented Reality animation highlighting a particular painting in their collection: La Place de la Palud à Lausanne, by local artist Abraham-Louis-Rodolphe Ducros. This painting portrays the famous Lausanne landmark in 1808. The purpose of the animation was to contrast the painting with the square as it appears today.