Valuable...

  • Unity 3D
    New ways into the future
  • Villa Borg
    Villa Perl Borg
  • Roemische Grenz-
    befestigungen

    Limes/Hadrians- Antonine Wall
  • Roman port facility
    An example of Roman port civil & military
  • Roman Forum
    A forum that could be found in every city/province
  • Roman port facility
    An example of Roman port civil & military
  • Villa Borg

    Complete reconstruction of Villa Latifundia & Rustica

  • Roman port

    An example of Roman port civil & military

  • Roman Forum

    A forum that could be found in every city/province

ancient-rome moved to a new better server and from now on we work on a new Unity 3D verson! (01 August 2022)
Any questions, please contact us!

Virtual reconstruction as a learning platform

Using virtual worlds as a learning platform seemed very appealing to us. We didn't want to miss out on the numerous interaction possibilities of virtual worlds and use the chance to make it possible for young and old to experience in a playful way what is everyday life for archaeologists and historians. We want to support the work of archaeologists and historians with this! For illustration, with the first project "Villa Borg" already reconstructed excavations were supplemented by the prospered parts - artefacts. Transferred into virtual space, they make it possible to see what is still underground in reality. The virtual worlds enable a further approximation to ancient reality, which is not possible in real life.

The excavation managers constantly provide us with new material from their daily work. Reliable knowledge of the archaeological craft and the methods of scientific evaluation provide the foundation for our work. We let this knowledge flow into reconstructions - as far as the virtual possibilities allow. Building on this, we try to convey history in a playful way and to enable the user to immerse themselves in bygone epochs and ways of life.

It is up to the user whether he constructs a role-playing game himself or wanders through a huge open-air museum and looks behind the scenes. Real, experimental and 3D archeology meet in virtual space. Since this is a dynamic project, we can always integrate new findings from the work on site. Although we are only at the beginning, we and the users are curious to see where our journey together in the virtual world of OpenSim will lead us. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me - dare to enter the virtual worlds!

Always something new...

Field research archaeology

Our work is never finished... Field research, excavation results, satellite-supported archeology - and much more, make the reconstruction in 3D much faster than possible in reality.