Monday, 1 December 2014

We are excited to announce that Augusto Palombini, part of the V-MUST.NET project in Italy, has confirmed as a keynote speaker for Digital Past 2015. V-MUST.NET is a European funded project that provides the heritage sector with the tools to develop Virtual Museums that are educational, enjoyable and easy to maintain. 

The project has produced Virtual Rome, an impressive 3D reconstruction of the city of Rome in the year 320 AD that also contains interactive elements and detailed building reconstructions.

Livia’s Villa is a virtual reality installation, currently on display at the Museum of Diocletian's Baths in Rome, of a Roman Villa that recreates life in the Augustan age and can be explored by using mid-air gestures! We can’t wait. More details to follow soon.

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