Bernie Frischer, a digital archaeologist and one of the first to use 3D computer modeling to reconstruct cultural heritage sites, leads the Digital Hadrian’s Villa Project. Frischer launched the project in November at theHarvard University Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, DC, US. The simulation explores a 3D virtual world that models the Roman emperor Hadrian’s Villa at Tivoli, Italy. The project’s website documents the state of the site today and provides scholarly background to enhance modern understanding.
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