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  • Ancient Rome — Reborn — thanks to virtual reality

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    Ever wish you could travel back in time to see ancient Rome? Thanks to Rome Reborn® you can!
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    Arch of Constantine


    Arch of Titus


    Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine


    Roman Forum


    Imperial Fora


    Forum and column of Trajan


    Pantheon


    Colosseum


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    Speakers: Dr. Bernie Frischer and Dr. Steven Zucker

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  • Virtual Rome: What Did Ancient Rome Look Like?

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    What was it like to walk through the streets of Rome in the 2nd century?
    In this video we take a tour of the most important buildings and monuments of the Roman Empire in a way you've never seen before.

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  • VR Rome

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  • Italys Ancient Roman Forum

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    ???? Let's take a look at the very heart of Ancient Rome where laws were made, wars were declared, and cults to various gods thrived. This is the Roman Forum in glorious 360/VR-video!

    NOTE: this was filmed pre-COVID in October 2019. This is an extended tour of my Mysteries of the Eternal City tours:

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  • What Did Ancient Rome Look Like?

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    What Did Ancient Rome Really Look Like? Ancient Rome reconstruction featuring realistic 3D animation. Subscribe:

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    In this cinematic animation video, we explore some of the major Landmarks, architecture, art buildings and landscapes of ancient Rome! See exactly how ancient Rome looked.

    The best viewing experience is definitely with headphones and the highest quality enabled.

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    What Did Ancient Rome Look Like? (Cinematic Animation)

  • Ancient Rome

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    This video has been updated: new version here:

    A project between Smarthistory and Rome Reborn - with Dr. Bernard Frischer. Created by Beth Harris and Steven Zucker.
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  • Roman Forum Guided Tour - Narrated by Official Tour Guide

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    Enjoy a walking tour of the Roman Forum, originally filmed in 2017. This updated walk is narrated by Martina Sorrenti, an official tour guide of Rome. Visit to book a tour of Rome with Martina or with another member of the Rome Guides Cultural Association at RomeGuides.

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    0:00 - Intro
    1:08 - Walk begins at the Arch of Titus
    2:44 - Piazza di Santa Francesca Romana
    3:25 - View of the Colosseum
    8:11 - Basilica of Maxentius
    12:48 - Medieval Porch
    13:10 - Temple of Romulus
    13:53 - Antoninus and Faustina Temple
    13:36 - Temple of Caesar (burial mound)
    16:19 - Roman Forum (East Side)
    17:14 - Curia Julia Senate House
    17:56 - Basilica Emilia
    20:22 - Roman Forum (West Side)
    21:22 - Temple of Saturn (South View)
    22:24 - Arch of Septimius Severus
    23:45 - Temple of Vespasian and Titus
    24:55 - Temple of Saturn (West View)
    27:10 - Basilica Julia
    29:08 - Horrea Agrippiana
    30:23 - Temple of Vesta
    31:16 - House of the Vestals
    36:22 - Via Nuova
    40:08 - Viewpoint
    44:26 - Arch of Titus
    45:51 - Exit
    46:14 - Basilica di Santa Francesca Romana
    48:21 - Walking towards the Colosseum

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  • Roman Forum - Virtual 360 Tour

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    One of the most important political sites in history, let our guide take you on a virtual tour of the Roman Forum and immerse you in the history of this incredible archaeological site.

  • HISTORY IN 3D - ANCIENT ROME 320 AD - The center of the Eternal City, detailed 3D reconstruction.

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    #ancient #rome #3D
    After a relatively long pause, we're returning to the Rome in 3D virtual project video postings, about ancient Rome. Unfortunately, not everything went as planned, but we did not abandon the project despite the difficulties, especially this year. It is the reboot of the project, many objects were replaced and remodelled completely, and the whole project has been moved to the new game engine. It is the first trailer, which can give you the common imagination about the amount of work done. I will procceed with posting a series of videos, where we will explore Rome buildings more detaily, with comments and descriptions. Also, I'll regularly inform you about the progress of the Rome in 3D project. Thank you and stay with us!
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  • Rome Reborn: The Roman Forum - Gameplay and Commentary - Oculus Go Getters

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  • The Colosseum Rome Italy 360° VR Virtual Reality Tour Video in Ultra HD 4k

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    Experience The Colosseum Rome Italy 360° VR Virtual Reality in Ultra HD 4k

    The Colosseum or Coliseum, also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, is an oval amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome, Italy. Built of travertine limestone, tuff, and brick-faced concrete, it was the largest amphitheatre ever built at the time and held 50,000 to 80,000 spectators.

    Address: Piazza del Colosseo, 1, 00184 Roma RM, Italy
    Hours: 8:30 am to 7 pm

    Construction started: 70 AD
    Height: 48 m

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  • Virtual Rome: What did the Colosseum look like?

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    The Colosseum is one of the most influential buildings of Ancient Rome, here's how it looked and how it was constructed.

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  • Roman Forum 3D

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    Once the centre of public and political life in Ancient Rome, the Forum is now the most impressive archaeological site in the Eternal City. It was a large rectangular forum in the centre of the ancient city, the location of important courthouses, temples and monuments, and the home of the Senate. It was not the only forum in Ancient Rome, but it was undoubtedly the most important. It was here that triumphal processions, trials and public speeches took place, and the Forum remained at the heart of the city’s political life until the fall of the Roman Empire.

    Now you can explore the Roman Forum thanks to computer graphics and virtual reality. Progetto Traiano was born from the collaboration between engineers and archaeologists and aims to use modern 3D techniques to revive the monuments of ancient Rome.
    The reconstructions are the result of a careful analysis: photographs, publications, plans, have been reviewed in a critical manner, analysing everything in the light of field surveys.



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    Visit to explore ancient Rome.

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  • Rome Reborn in VR

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  • Rome Italys Pantheon and its Ancient Roman Past

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    The Pantheon is one of the most influential building ever constructed. Once you see it, you'll see its incarnations all around the world. Here's a 360-video look into the magnificence of this marvelous building dating back to 125AD. Enjoy!

    NOTE: this was filmed pre-COVID in October 2019. This is an extended tour of my Mysteries of the Eternal City tours:

    This is a 360/VR video. Move your cursor on desktop to look around, or move your phone using the YouTube Mobile app.

    Consider this a preview for the adventures to come in 2021. ;)
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  • Capitoline Hill - Rome 360 Tour | Walks

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    Take a step back in time and enjoy a fully guided 360 degree tour experience of Rome's famous Capitoline Hill.

  • 360 video: Inside Colosseum, Rome, Italy

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    The largest amphitheater of the Roman Empire is a must-see when in Rome. The Colosseum once hosted gladiator fights, animal fights, and even water battles. The building was a present from emperor Vespasian to his people and (unlike today) the entrance used to be free. Therefore the games and the fights were very popular. Built and modified under the rule of the Flavian dynasty, the Colosseum remains an important heritage of the ancient Roman culture.

    Not only are there many films that feature the Colosseum (e.g. Roman Holiday or To Rome With Love), it is even one of the important locations in the famous game franchise – Assassin’s Creed.

    When visiting the Colosseum be prepared for the crowds of tourists and long ticket queues, often longer than an hour. To avoid the queues completely you can buy your tickets online or buy them at the Roman Forum entrance (which is very close to the Colosseum) where the queues are much shorter. The regular tickets will get you to the most important parts of the complex but if you want to get further than that (e.g. the underground) you will need to buy the guided tour tickets.

    Being in the centre of the city, the Colosseum is well accessible by the public transport - metro (Line B – Station: Colosseo), bus (Lines 75, 81, 673, 175, 204) or tram (Line 3).

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  • 360° VR Matthias Church Inside Walking Tour Budapest Visit Hungary Trip 6K 3D Virtual Reality HD 4K

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    The Church of the Assumption of the Buda Castle (Hungarian: Nagyboldogasszony-templom), more commonly known as the Matthias Church (Hungarian: Mátyás-templom), more rarely the Coronation Church of Buda, is a Roman Catholic church located in the Holy Trinity Square, Budapest, Hungary, in front of the Fisherman's Bastion at the heart of Buda's Castle District. According to church tradition, it was originally built in Romanesque style in 1015, although few references exist.[2] The current building was constructed in the florid late Gothic style in the second half of the 14th century and was extensively restored in the late 19th century. It was the second largest church of medieval Buda and the seventh largest church of the medieval Hungarian Kingdom.

    It is a historic building with an important history. Two ruling parties were crowned within its walls: Franz Joseph I of Hungary and Empress Elisabeth, and Charles IV of Hungary and Zita of Bourbon-Parma.[3][4]

    The church was also the location of the Mary-wonder. In 1686 during the siege of Buda city by the Holy League a wall of the church collapsed due to cannon fire. It turned out that an old votive Madonna statue was hidden behind the wall. As the sculpture of the Virgin Mary appeared before the praying Muslims, the morale of the muslim garrison collapsed and the city fell on the same day.[5][6]

    According to the tradition, the first church on the site was founded by Saint Stephen, King of Hungary in 1015, this is based on an inscription erected in 1690 and burned in 1748, inside the church, which some previous references seem to confirm. However, there is no clear evidence of the foundation of St. Stephen.[5] This building was destroyed in 1241 by the Mongols; the current building was constructed in the latter half of the 13th century.[7] Originally named after the Virgin Mary, taking names such as The Church of Mary and The Church of Our Lady, Matthias Church was named after King Matthias in the 19th Century, who ordered the transformation of its original southern tower.[8][9]

    The building was formerly known as the 'Fishermen's Bastion', presumably from the section of the Buda City Wall entrusted to the guild of fishermen, but more likely to the Danube side settlement, Fishtown (Halászvárosról) also called Watertown.[4][2] The fishermen found their merchandise already in the Middle Ages near the Matthias Church it was brought to the fish market, but the guild of fishermen not only cared about selling fish, but in wars, its members defiantly defended the city walls.[2]

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  • The Roman Forum in the Age of Augustus: A Walking Tour

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    A walk through the heart of Rome during the reign of the first emperor.

    For more on the Forum, check out my forthcoming book “Naked Statues, Fat Gladiators, and War Elephants: Frequently Asked Questions about the Ancient Greeks and Romans,” available wherever books are sold online.

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    Thanks for watching!

  • ROMAN FORUM AND PALATINE HILL-Walking Through The Ancient Roman Empire!

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    It's one thing to read about history, it's another to walk where history took place. The Roman Forum and Palatine Hill are both full of ancient Roman history. The Roman Forum was the center of day-to-day life in Rome and Palatine Hill was the home to emperors. You will see the remnants of the ancient Roman Empire and learn about their history. As we walk through these ruins, it's not hard to imagine what life in Ancient Rome was really like.

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  • Rome Reborn VR

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    Coming soon to your VR device: Rome Reborn VR....

  • Bernie Frischer, of Rome Reborn, and the Story of Turning Ancient Rome into a VR Experience

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    Description: Join Steve Grubbs, CEO of VictoryXR, as he and Bernie Frischer of Rome Reborn fame, explore the adventure and challenge of taking ancient Rome and restoring it to it's original grandeur. Learn about the Colosseum, the Palladium and all the antiquities of Rome and how you can go back in time - through the magic of virtual reality - stand in the same place as the gladiators of old. Learn more at

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  • Rome Reborn 2.2

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    This video presents a fly-through of the latest version of Rome Reborn (2.2). The new version incorporates some new content (including the Pantheon) and for the first time includes animations.

    Rome Reborn is an international initiative to create a 3D digital model of the ancient city as it might have appeared in A.D. 320. For more about the project, please see:

    For more information, contact the project director, Prof. Bernard Frischer at: bernard.d.frischer@gmail.com; cell +1-310-266-0183.

  • Rome Reborn: Flight over Ancient Rome - Gameplay and Commentary - Oculus Go Getters

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  • Virtual reality resurrects ancient Rome bit by bit

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    Gazing upon the splendours of ancient Rome is no longer a luxury reserved for visitors to the Italian capital, as temples open their doors internationally with a digital project launched after decades of planning. The Rome Reborn tour is the first to show users over 7,000 buildings and monuments from the year AD 320.

  • Rome Reborn: Roman Forum

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    Flyover Zone takes you on a teletour™ of the Roman Forum, Rome’s city center. Like a town square today, the Forum area had courts, government buildings, places of worship, and historical monuments. A visit to the Forum gives you an excellent overview of Roman civilization and history.

    This teletour™ shows you the site today as well as Flyover’s reconstructions of how it looked in antiquity. Your guide is Prof. Bernard Frischer, an expert on the archaeology of Rome and environs. Along the way you will hear interviews with other experts, including Profs. Paolo Liverani, Bryan Rose, and Russell Scott.

    This teletour™ is available on Mac OS, Windows 10, Oculus Go/Quest/Rift/Rift-S, Samsung Gear VR, and HTC Vive.

    Visit flyoverzone.com to learn more about this teletour™!

  • From Uncertainty to Virtual Reality: Knowledge Representation in Rome Reborn - Phil Stinson

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    Philip Stinson, Assistant Professor, Department of Classics, University of Kansas

    Presented at Representing Knowledge in the Digital Humanities, University of Kansas, September 24, 2011

    Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities:

    Abstract: Graphic representations of ancient Rome have become more visually powerful in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries with the innovations afforded by digital technologies, but the use value of these images is under debate today. This paper explores the interplay among different types of knowledge representation, an under-theorized area of research in the digital humanities, in the acclaimed Rome Reborn project, now also known as Ancient Rome 3D in Google Earth. Rome Reborn is perhaps the largest and most complex visualization endeavor in the digital humanities to date. The author of this paper belonged to the original project team (UCLA 1999-2001) and is on the Scientific Committee of the current iteration (UVA). Rome Reborn incorporates distinct classes of knowledge—historical sources, archaeological remains, and deductive logic or inference—as a basis to reconstruct the appearance of ancient Rome's monuments (mainly temples, public buildings and residential structures), urban infrastructure (streets, aqueducts), and topography (hills of Rome, Tiber River). All forms of knowledge utilized in the making of Rome Reborn are represented by the medium of an interactive virtual reality model consisting of millions of polygonal surfaces with applied colors, textures and simulations of light and shadow effects. This paper will perform autopsy on Rome Reborn and expose its interwoven visual representations of historical, archaeological, and conjectural knowledge. The relationships of secure knowledge representations, which are sparse in the model, to the more prevalent conjectural or speculative knowledge representations will be clarified with the aim of identifying Rome Reborn's underlying epistemological structure. Analysis of Rome Reborn in this manner holds the potential to advance the methodological discourse in the digital humanities for the visual representation of knowledge when multiple forms of knowledge require systemization and when levels of uncertainty are high.

  • Rome Reborn: Flight over Ancient Rome

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    Flyover Zone takes you on a unique teletour: a flight over the entire city of ancient Rome in a virtual hot air balloon. See the great monuments, like the Colosseum, fora, imperial palace, and public baths. See the Tiber Island and the Seven Hills, the roads, acqueducts, bridges, and the thousands of apartment buildings built on the hillsides and on the valley floors. Along the way, there are 35 stops where you can listen and learn about what you are seeing.

    This teletour is available on Mac OS, Windows 10, Oculus Go/Quest/Rift/Rift-S, and HTC Vive.

    Visit flyoverzone.com to learn more about this teletour!

  • TWILIGHT OF ROME - The Eternal City at the peak of its glory. HISTORY IN 3D - ROME 320 AD

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    #ancient #rome #3D
    This new video about ancient Rome from our History in 3D creative team shows the Eternal City at the peak of its glory.
    This virtual 3D reconstruction was made with a high level of detail and accuracy, in accordance with all the latest historical researches. Relatively soon the reconstructions of some most famous Roman buildings and the entire city center will be available for review as virtual applications.

  • 3D VR Ancient Roman City

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    3D reconstruction of an ancient Roman city for a virtual reality museum project in 360.

  • Virtual reality tour of ancient Rome launched

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    (11 Jun 2007) SHOTLIST
    1. Tilt up of tourists walking through Roman forum
    2. Medium shot tourists walk in front of Colosseum
    3. Long shot gladiators talking to a tourist
    4. Wide shot Rome town hall on Capitoline Hill
    5. Mid of statue of ancient Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius and tourists walking
    6. Wide shot press room inside Rome town hall
    7. Medium shot Rome Mayor Walter Veltroni
    8. Various of Professor Bernard Frischer, Director of IATH (Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities) at Virginia University explaining virtual reality project
    9. Various of Rome Reborn virtual reality screening
    10. SOUNDBITE (English) Professor Bernard Frischer, Director of IATH at Virginia University:
    The idea is to show the whole urban form evolution of the city, from the first settlements in the late bronze age until the peak of its development in the 4th and 5th century, and then the decline of Rome because of some terrible wars and the end of Roman Empire in the West in the 6th century A.D.
    11. Various of Rome Reborn virtual reality screening
    12. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Walter Veltroni, Rome Mayor:
    In such a way that we will be able to see how (Rome) - supposedly - was like then. So it's a very fascinating experience, recreated with all the necessary historical and philological care. In other words, it will allow us to put (each monument,) to be in the Roman Forum and understand the context we are in.
    13. Top shot pan of Arc of Titus, tourists in the Roman Forum
    14. Wide shot of tourists, Arc of Titus in the foreground
    15. Two tourists walking in the Roman Forum, two columns in the foreground
    16. Tilt up of of Colosseum
    17. Wide of Colosseum, traffic
    STORYLINE
    Rome's monuments may be crowded with tourists, crippled by time and damaged by pollution, but the glory days of the ancient imperial city are alive and well - inside a computer.
    Experts from around the world on Monday unveiled what they called the largest and most complete simulation of an historic city, which digitally recreates Rome as it appeared at the peak of its power.
    When in virtual Rome, visitors will be able do to even more than ancient Romans did: They can crawl through the bowels of the Colosseum, filled with lion cages and primitive elevators, and fly up for a detailed look at bas-reliefs and inscriptions placed atop triumphal arches.
    The simulation shows Rome in A.D. 320, at the time the emperor Constantine, and reconstructs some 7,000 buildings of a vibrant and cosmopolitan city that housed about 1 million people, said Bernard Frischer, an expert from the University of Virginia who led the project.
    Thanks to laser scans of Rome today and advice from archaeologists, experts have rebuilt almost the entire city within its 13-mile-long (21-kilometre-long) wall.
    They have used the same computer programmes architects use to plan new constructions, said Frischer, who heads Virginia's Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities.
    The 2 (m) million US dollars Rome Reborn simulation was created over 10 years by an international team of archaeologists, architects and computer specialists from the University of Virginia and UCLA, as well as research institutes in Italy, Germany and Britain, Frischer said.
    The simulation will be useful for scientists as a new kind of scholarly journal that will be updated each time a new discovery is made on one of Rome's ancient marvels.
    It also is of value for students and tourists visiting Rome, Frischer said at a presentation of the work in Rome's city hall.
    Sections of the simulation are now available on the Internet.

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  • Rome Reborn: The Pantheon

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    Flyover Zone takes you on a teletour of the Pantheon. See the plaza in front of the temple, its front porch, and its awesome rotunda. Get a view of the floor from the ceiling of the cupola. Learn about the building’s history, use, and survival. Your guides are Beth Harris and Steven Zucker of Smarthistory, the world’s most visited website devoted to art and architectural history.

    This teletour is available on Mac OS, Windows 10, Oculus Go/Quest/Rift/Rift-S, and HTC Vive.

    Visit flyoverzone.com to learn more about this teletour!

  • VR 360 4K | Ancient Buildings Reconstruction / Historical Experiences | REVIVE TRAILER

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    Revive brings historical experiences to society through Virtual Reality. Our ambition is to create a wide ancient buildings / historical experiences 360 reconstruction platform with Revive's and others 3d models.

    In this 360 video it's shown a few historical experiences as a trailer of the 360 videos Revive will share in the future.

    In order of appearance, the 360 images represents: Giza Pyramid Complex (3d model by LVIIC), 1800s Ship of the Line (Revive + Nikos D.), Ishtar Temple (Revive + James B.), Basilica Aemilia (LVIIC), Babilonia City (Vasilis I.), Medieval City (Elia Luongo), Terra Nova Expedition (Revive + Nottamun), Hanging Gardens of Babylon (Revive + Vasilis I), Djoser Complex (LVIIC), Basilica Ulpia (LVIIC), Lighthouse of Alexandria (Revive + Vasilis I), Trajan Column & Temple (LVIIC), Medieval Siege (Revive + Alfrebilbao), Circus Maximus (LVIIC), WWI Runway (Nikos D.), Athens Acropolis (Revive + Vasilis I.), WWI Light Cruisers (Nikos D.), Trajan's Forum (LVIIC), 1800s Ship of the Line (Revive + Nikos D.), WWII Air Combat (Revive + Nikos D.), Roman Forum (LVIIC), WWII Allied Navy (Nikos D.), Maxentius Basilica (Ultima Ratio), Colosseum Naumachia (LVIIC), Theatre of Pompey (LVIIC).

    Visualizations / 360 images have been produced by Revive.

    Move the screen to look around or click on the VR button to watch it on your Virtual Reality headset.

    Music: Chavaliers de Sangreal - Hans Zimmer

    #360video #VR #History #VirtualReality

    Enjoy!

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  • Rome Reborn: The Basilica of Maxentius

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    Flyover Zone takes you on a teletour back in time to the reigns of Maxentius and Constantine, a period of dramatic developments in Rome and the empire. See the last public building erected in the Eternal City before the capital was moved to Constantinople. Your guides are Steven Zucker and Beth Harris of Smarthistory. They show you the way the ruins look today as well as Flyover’s reconstruction of their ancient appearance. Learn about the colossal statue of Constantine enthroned, which towers 13 meters (42 feet) high at the end of the main hall. Hear how the building was used in antiquity and reused in the Middle Ages and modern times.

    This teletour is available on Mac OS, Windows 10, Oculus Go/Quest/Rift, and HTC Vive.

    Visit flyoverzone.com to learn more about this teletour!

  • 360° Trailer for our Rome VR experience - Unimersiv - Gear VR & Oculus Rift

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    Learn more:

    Here is a quick 360° video to announce the Rome VR experience that will be available soon in the Unimersiv app.

    You can see in this 360° video the Roman Colosseum, the Arch of Constantine, the Colossus of Nero and the Temple of Venus.

    This VR educational experience will let you explore Ancient Rome as it was centuries ago.

  • Virtual Reality Tour transports you to ancient Rome 320 A.D.

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  • 360 video: View of Roman Forum, Rome, Italy

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    The forum used to be the centre of Ancient Rome, surrounded by the most important government buildings, temples, and arches of which, sadly, only fragments are left today.

    The complex is a mixture of styles and cultures. Some of the buildings are from the period of the Roman Kingdom (e.g. the Temple of Vesta), some are from the Republic era (e.g. the Curia Julia – the seat of the Senate) and some date to the Roman Empire period (e.g. the Arch of Titus and Arch of Septimius Severus). Some of the Ancient Roman buildings were later turned into Christian ones (e.g. the Temple of Antoninus Pius).

    Check out Roman Forum on Sygic Travel with detailed info and beautiful photos:

    Plan your trip with Sygic Travel. Find the coolest things to do in Rome, create your plans in minutes with detailed information about places, weather forecast, travel time estimates and much more.

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  • 360° Footage Of Rome Italy - Virtual Tour

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    Come along on a 360° virtual tour of Italy. This video features clips from The Spanish Steps, The Colosseum, and a few random streets in Rome.

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  • 360 video: Milliarium Aureum, Roman Forum, Rome, Italy

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    The forum used to be the centre of Ancient Rome, surrounded by the most important government buildings, temples and arches of which, sadly, only fragments are left today.

    The complex is a mixture of styles and cultures. Some of the buildings are from the period of the Roman Kingdom (e.g. the Temple of Vesta), some are from the Republic era (e.g. the Curia Julia – the seat of the Senate) and some date to the Roman Empire period (e.g. the Arch of Titus and Arch of Septimius Severus). Some of the Ancient Roman buildings were later turned into Christian ones (e.g. the Temple of Antoninus Pius).

    If you wish to visit both, the Roman Forum and Colosseum, consider buying the tickets (which apply to both) at the Forum since the Colosseum queues are much longer. The tickets you get there also include the Palatine Hill where you can get straight from the Roman Forum and enjoy the spectacular view of Rome from there.

    The weather is usually very hot and there is little shade on the Roman Forum, so consider wearing a hat when visiting it. Also, there is lot of walking involved, so be sure to wear some comfy shoes.

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  • The Acropolis in 3D - 360° Video | ANCIENT INVISIBLE CITIES | PBS

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    Fly above the Acropolis - a sacred hill in the heart of Athens with the Parthenon on its peak. Beside it is a smaller temple known as the Erechtheion. It's named after Erechtheus, a mythical king of Athens. The ancients believed that the Gods Athena and Poseidon once walked here.

    Step inside and you can find out how it was specially designed to preserve the sacred mythology of Athens. The Erechtheion is an enduring monument to the ancient history of this extraordinary city.

    Ancient Invisible Cities premieres Wednesday, August 29 at 9/8c. Join the conversation #InvisibleCitiesPBS

    Produced by: ScanLab Projects for PBS and BBC Studios

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  • 360° VR Ancient Ruins of Salamis North Cyprus Historical Long Beach 5K 3D Virtual Reality HD 4K

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    Salamis (Ancient Greek: Σαλαμίς, Greek: Σαλαμίνα) is an ancient Greek city-state on the east coast of Cyprus, at the mouth of the river Pedieos, 6 km north of modern Famagusta. According to tradition, the founder of Salamis was Teucer, son of Telamon, who could not return home after the Trojan war because he had failed to avenge his brother Ajax.
    Cyprus was under the control of the Assyrians at this time but the city-states of the island enjoyed a relative independence as long as they paid their tribute to the Assyrian king. This allowed the kings of the various cities to accumulate wealth and power. Certain burial customs observed in the royal tombs of Salamis relate directly to Homeric rites, such as the sacrifice of horses in honor of the dead and the offering of jars of olive oil. Some scholars have interpreted this phenomenon as the result of influence of the Homeric Epics in Cyprus. Most of the grave goods come from the Levant or Egypt.

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  • VR History of Halloween!

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    Take a spooky journey through time as we take an immersive 360 look at the folklore and traditions which influenced the holiday we know today as Halloween...


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  • Columbia University 360 VR Test 1

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    Test 1 on a project I'm working on.

    End result will be a fully interactive VR experience where you can interact and explore a virtual, hi-res, campus on your own, because not everyone can afford to fly all across the country to tour a school.

    Made using:

    Google Maps
    Blender
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    RenderDoc
    MeshLab
    HDRIHaven
    Spatial Media Metadata Injector
    Adobe Premiere Pro
    Python 3.9

    Song: Joakim Karud - Great Days

  • Cambrils. The Roman Villa of La Llosa. Furnace. Virtual Guide 360º

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    La Llosa was a rural settlement within the municipal boundaries of ancient Tarraco. There is evidence that it dates back to the 1st century BC. It was abandoned in the 6th century AD.

  • VIRTUAL TOUR ROME

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  • Rome Reborn: Visiting Rome in A.D. 320

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    Presented by Bernard Frischer, Professor of Informatics and a self-described digital archaeologist who writes about virtual heritage, Classics, and the survival of the classical world.

    Abstract: Did you ever wish you could travel back in time to see ancient Rome at the peak of its glory? Now you can thanks to Rome Reborn®, a series of products for personal computers and VR headsets that make it possible to visit the now-vanished ancient city. Computer reconstructions of the buildings and monuments explained to you by leading experts bring the city to life. Bernie Frischer, who has worked on this project since its inception, will lead this VR tour through The Eternal City.

    Filmed Feb 21, 2019.

    2019 Supercomputing for Everyone Series: Services for Digital Humanities and Creative Activities at Indiana University. This informational series shows you all the services UITS has to offer, from 3D object acquisition to virtual reality for teaching and art education, presented by a host of experts from the UITS Advanced Visualization Lab and Cyberinfrastructure for Digital Humanities & Creative Activities group. The format of the weekly series at IU Bloomington included hands-on introductions to topics, lectures by people doing cutting-edge work at IU, and open sessions for exploring your questions and approaches.

    Go to the playlist for the series:

    The series was hosted by Tassie Gniady, manager, Cyberinfrastructure for Digital Humanities & Creative Activities, Research Technologies - a division of University Information Technology Services and a center in the Pervasive Technology Institute at Indiana University.

    The Supercomputing for Everyone Series (S4ES) of training workshops aims to bring more users into the realm of advanced computing, whether it be visualization, computation, analytics, storage, or any related discipline.

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  • HISTORY IN 3D - ANCIENT ROME 320 AD. Campus Martius 3D reconstruction.

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    Virtual project Rome in 3D - Reconstruction of the Campus Martius, one of the significant parts of ancient Rome.
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    The creative team History in 3D has been working for several years on a large-scale project for 3D reconstruction of Rome, setting itself the ambitious task of creating the most complete, detailed and accurate 3D model of the ancient City. Previously, there were already presented videos dedicated to the most iconic places of the City center - forums, the Colosseum, Via Sacra. Now, for the first time in the world, we're presenting to your attention a detailed 3D reconstruction of another famous Roman location - the Campus Martius. You will be able to see this legendary place, once dedicated to Mars, and later provided by the emperors to the Roman people for rest and festivities. In front of you is the Campus Martius at its peak, in the 4th century AD, and its already legendary buildings - the baths of Agrippa and Alexander, the theaters of Pompey, Balbus and Marcellus, numerous porticos, altars and gardens, the majestic mausoleum of Augustus and, of course, the Pantheon - the crown of perfection of antique architecture. Here, among the countless monuments, you can feel the breath of the entire thousand-year history of a great civilization.

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