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The three-dimensional modelling, or rather the reconstruction of buildings through computer technology, represents the natural evolution of archaeological research, bringing it a new depth, vr models, built on a 1:1 scale, allow us to view the buildings from every angle, to enter inside them, to enlarge the details, to obtain a three-dimensional perspective, a novelty in regards to the two-dimensional views of prints and paintings.

Such models can bring to light significant elements of the acoustic, ventilation, lighting, and engineering systems and thus help archaeologists in the discovery of new pieces of our rich and well-articulated cultural heritage.

In this way, we are able to realize the opportunity to let people appreciate in just minutes, in a fun and educational way, the scientific knowledge gained through years of hard work by archaeologists; one of the goals of archaeological research is just this, to be able to introduce a wide audience to new and easy-to-understand information that brings our great past closer to the present.

In order to ensure that the history of the Sarno river valley will be presented not just as the history of a single site, but as that of many sites together guaranteeing both the cultural diversity of the many people who occupied the area and a temporal distribution, virtual reconstructions of the following sites have been created:

Baptistery of Santa Maria Maggiore
Nuceria Alfaterna Necropolis
Roman Theatre of Nocera
The Warrior Tomb
Tomb of the Princess
Rustic villa of Scafati


Realizzato dalla Soprintendenza Beni Archeologici Salerno-Avellino e Benevento, nell'ambito del progetto pilota per la gestione dei beni complessi della Valle del Sarno di cui all'Intesa Istituzionale di Programma, finanziata dalla Regione Campania nell'ambito dell'Accordo di Programma Quadro - II atto integrativo all'APQ 'Sviluppo Locale'.

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