Every year, the Virtual Heritage Lab at CNR-ITABC organises the ArcheoVirtual exhibition at the Borsa Mediterranea del Turismo Archeologico and shows the best applications in archaeological visualisation. This year, the V-MusT.net Network of Excellence, coordinated by CNR-ITABC, used the venue to organise two workshops on museum technology plus several other meetings.
One of the ArcheoVirtual stands that attracted the most interest was Etruscanning with the VR visualisation of the Etruscan Regolini-Galassi tomb. The application on display was the improved, second version in Italian. We made a small video on how this second version of the VR application on the Regolini-Galassi tomb looks like.
Work continues to improve the digital museum objects through digital restoration and image based digitisation. The Dutch version of this improved application will be installed soon in Amsterdam and Leiden.
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