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Pyramids of Giza can be visited online in 3D! (VIDEO)
Great Sphinx Chephren Pyramid Giza
Spinx in front of pyramid 504
The most realistic virtual interpretation of the Giza plateau in Egypt, the location of valuable ancient sights, is available online for anyone wishing to explore the rooms inside the pyramids.
Developed by design software company Dassault Systemes, in collaboration with researchers at Harvard University and Boston Museum of Fine Arts (MFA), free application is available on multiple devices, including 3D monitors and TVs.
Peter Der Manuelian, professor of Egyptology at Harvard University, says that the project focuses on realistic exposure and reproduce one of the seven wonders exposing much of the information drawn from research by colors and markings as close to real.
The project is based on research by George Andrew Reisnet an American Egyptologist who led a study of the Giza Plateau, more than a century and who has completed the first photo here. In 40 years of excavations, Reisner found thousands of works of art and other artifacts, leaving behind a complete catalog of research containing 45,000 negatives, tens of thousands of pages of notes, manuscripts and reports, maps, diagrams, notes and correspondence. All this information, not used in the '70s, have been digitized, becoming part of Giza 3D project.
Accessing project page, visitors can enter the tombs, you can see the remains found there after the expedition Reisner, 3D objects and can also access the relevant information and diary pages, maps or images. Moreover, reconstruction of temples or tombs missing makes tracing the history of the plateau to be studied for centuries.
"Viewing the Giza Plateau from angles that were previously impossible to access, such as underground, offers both a unique teaching and research one", said Manuelian.