3D Rome – CNN seems to think this is cool – itsReal

Rome, “Caput Mundi”, for centuries it was the center of the known world.  But how did they really live in ancient times, from the mad emperors to the brutal spectacles to the decadent  lifestyle?

Come and discover at  3D Rewind Rome , a space of 1200 square meters just 80 meters from the colosseum in the heart of Rome.

3DRewind Rome,  hosts the only 3d experience in Italy in which the visitors are suddenly catapulted back in time to Ancient Rome in the year 310 A.D., the age of the Emperor Maxentius, developed by an international group of leading archaeologists, architects, historians and digital designers.

In 3D Rewind Rome, visitors relive the history of ancient Rome interactively thanks to state of the art technology and digital animations.

Tens of thousands of virtual characters bring the ancient city to life, the crowded streets, the Roman forum, heart of the Empire, the temples, the tribunals and the famed Colosseum.

Itis a great opportunity to understand better the architectual sights of the city today and is a fascinating adventure back in time.

This project was realized in partnership with the city of Rome and will be only the first of a series of Rewind Projects in the most important cities of the world.

3DRewind Rome, is a creation of Virtuality group.

More info: 3DRewind


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2 responses to “3D Rome – CNN seems to think this is cool – itsReal

  1. 3d ripoff

    We are just back from Rome and saw this “show”. Do not waste your time or money! Everything is fake – frescoes, bricks, archaeological dig site – all staged with a lot of loud dramatic music and cartoonish narrating. The 3d movie at the end is just silly – in a “what a waste of money” kind of way. Not even close to Disney standard 3D. The whole “tour”, including the “theater” is standing – no seating. Then you are dumped into a room full of merchandise. UGH!!!!!

  2. Apple now has Rhapsody as an app, which is a great start, but it is currently hampered by the inability to store locally on your iPod, and has a dismal 64kbps bit rate. If this changes, then it will somewhat negate this advantage for the Zune, but the 10 songs per month will still be a big plus in Zune Pass’ favor. Have you tried the ipad? you can get one free at FreshGiftCard.com

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