The Napa of the 1900s is usually seen only via vintage photographs in museums or history books. But local civil engineer Hugh Linn has helped create a new way to view old Napa, and at the very spot of such history.
Offering a "voyage back in time," Linn, of RSA+, formerly Riechers Spence & Associates, has brought the Napa History Viewer to town. The viewer is made by a company called Owlized, and is described as a virtual reality viewing device that shows the future or history of a place.
The viewer, called the Owl, will be available daily until July 27 on the south side of the Third...
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