Take a Trabant on a drive that's so realistic you'd think you were back in the German Democratic Republic when actually you're in a museum. A partnership between the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute and the DDR Museum in Berlin has produced a simulation of what it was like to drive a Trabi back then. A 3D high-rise prefab housing estate is now projected on the vehicle’s windscreen through which visitors can drive the car. Along with the development of a virtual GDR world as a driving simulation, the original steering wheel, accelerator and brakes have also been modified so that visitors themselves can steer, accelerate and brake the car. This genuine hands-on driving experience is heightened by original recordings of the car’s two-stroke engine and the realistic 3D simulation of the high rise housing estate to give visitors a genuine taste of everyday life in the GDR.