This article describes an interdisciplinary study carried out by a team of archaeologists, 3D surveyors and experts of new technologies applied to cultural heritage. The research was aimed at developing a virtual reality experience dedicated to Etruscan hypogean tombs in the city of Volterra. The application, intended for non-expert users, has been implemented in a touch screen version (mobile devices) as well as in VR mode (Samsung Gear Headset). In both versions, the user can easily interact with the immersive virtual context, browsing through the necropolises and/or underground tombs, and acquire textual and multimedia information.

ETRUSCAN HYPOGEA IN 3D: A PROPOSAL FOR AN IMMERSIVE AND INTERACTIVE VISUALIZATION OF VOLTERRA’S FUNERARY CONTEXTS

Emanuele Taccola
Primo
;
Lisa Rosselli
Secondo
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2021-01-01

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This article describes an interdisciplinary study carried out by a team of archaeologists, 3D surveyors and experts of new technologies applied to cultural heritage. The research was aimed at developing a virtual reality experience dedicated to Etruscan hypogean tombs in the city of Volterra. The application, intended for non-expert users, has been implemented in a touch screen version (mobile devices) as well as in VR mode (Samsung Gear Headset). In both versions, the user can easily interact with the immersive virtual context, browsing through the necropolises and/or underground tombs, and acquire textual and multimedia information.
2021
Taccola, Emanuele; Rosselli, Lisa; Albertini, Niccolò; Martino, Marta
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