Group of technology companies in the UAE have launched a project to make Dubai the world’s first four dimension city, according to Al Arabiya News channel.
The project, called “D4D” or Dubai 4 Dimension, will create a digital replica of the city in the shape of three-dimensional imagery and will allow users anywhere in the world to roam through the city in real time using tablets such as iPads.
It is also expected to enable users to see how people live in the city, including the educational and health systems.
Speaking about the new project, Mohammed al-Mor, the head of the UAE-based company Zero Technologies, said: “The benefits that Dubai is presenting to the world now are considerable. It [Dubai] is now offering the world what should be the life in the future.”