The Old Town of Cáceres: UNESCO World Heritage Site Spain.

The Old Town of Cáceres: UNESCO World Heritage Site Spain.

The Old Town of Cáceres is an urban ensemble surrounded by a wall of 1,174m, located in the Autonomous Community of Extremadura in the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula. The city's history of battles between Moors and Christians is reflected in its architecture,...

The Old Town of Salamanca: UNESCO World Heritage Site Spain.

Salamanca is an ancient university town situated in the west of Spain in the Autonomous Community of Castilla and León. The Carthaginians first conquered the city in the 3rd century B.C. It then became a Roman settlement before being ruled by the Moors until the 11th...

Sputnik7 featured at EL PAIS newspaper

Sputnik7 featured at EL PAIS newspaper

Journalist Belén Juárez from EL PAÍS joined our team in a shotting section at the Anglican Church of The Redemer in Madrid. She had the chance to check the high-end technology used in capturing the images and also experienced a sample of the content on VR. The wide...

Why Museums and Heritage Sites Should Embrace Virtual Reality.

Virtual reality is currently experiencing a spectacular renaissance. The concept itself is nothing new; researchers and entrepreneurs have been exploring the subject for several decades now, with varying degrees of success. The website “The Verge” even put out a...

Google Open Heritage Lets You Explore Endangered Historic Sites in VR

Everyone’s interested in creating new worlds in virtual reality, with tools like Amazon Sumerian, but the real world still has a place. Google wants to take you on a tour of some of the world’s most important historical sites, and you don’t even have to stand up. Just...

A way to see monuments without leaving home

From video games to flight simulators. From the treatment and diagnosis of diseases to education: Virtual reality is already a technology present in so many everyday areas that it is impossible to list them all. On Monday, the Madrid-based company Sputnik 7 presented...

La Londa de la Seda de Valencia: UNESCO World Heritage Site Spain.

Built between 1482 and 1533, this group of buildings was originally used for trading in silk (hence its name, the Silk Exchange) and it has always been a centre for commerce. It is a masterpiece of late Gothic architecture. The grandiose Sala de Contratación, in...

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