City Explorer 3D represents an innovative technological platform based upon a virtual reconstruction of a city or a village from an aero photogrammetric production workflow, where cultural and touristic contents are included.
City Explorer 3D can be experienced also as an app for different devices: smartphones (VR, AR), tablets and interactive totems, which allows the end user to experience a new, unusual and engaging experience through the proposed travel itineraries (also customizable) in different territorial areas.
The interactive exploration of the territory, reconstructed in 3D, takes place through a “fly through” that allows a viewing experience from the macroscale to the microscale, ensuring a high level of detail thanks to the integration of data from aircraft surveys, flights with drones and photos on the ground.
The virtual 3D reconstruction allows free navigation within the model and the inclusion of additional complementary and informative elements such as photos and 360 ° videos, in-depth charts, bookmarks, POIs and multilingual audio-guides, give to the tourist all preliminary useful travel information for the following specific itineraries and trips planning.
City Explorer 3D is configured as a valid tool for tourist and cultural promotion of a territory and can be customized to accommodate specific communication needs. It overcomes the traditional and consolidated model of advertising and information campaigns created through promotional videos or information leaflets, offering the possibility of being protagonists of the journey already in the early stages of its programming.
The 3D reconstruction of the village of Spello allows you to take virtual tours enjoying a special 360° aerial view, accompanied by a narrative voice that illustrates and tells the journey.
The Roman Amphitheatre in Cagliari is the most important public building of the Roman Period.The part of the monument that hosted the shows was partly built and partly excavated along the slope of the Buoncammino hill. Currently only the steps carved into the limestone rock remain of the original theatre.
The 3D reconstruction takes into consideration spaces and volumes occupied by the monument before most of its materials construction were dismantled to be used as building material in the Pisan era.