Rome on Google Earth 5.0

Thursday, February 26, 2009

We always use to thinnk how people use to live 10,000 years or some thing like that. So this was same thing which came into minds of Virginia’s Institute for Advanced Technology .they decided to digitally rebuild the revolutionary city of Rome during the peak of its development (around A.D. 320 - the time of Constantine The Great). Might be they thought this will be the best way to do research on people who use live thousands of years ago.

The very first version of the Rome Reborn product went under construction 10 years ago, and the task was finally finished last year. Included in it were 250 highly detailed structures, and a total of over 7,000 structures in all. They used a 1:250 scale model of Rome that took forty years to create (from 1933 to 1973). This smaller scale Rome was actually constructed out of Plaster of Paris. Using laser scanners they scanned the Plaster of Paris model and created the virtual model. The original use of this model was to be utilized in a theater at UCLA. Since last year the Rome Reborn Project has seen many faces, it’s most recent being Rome Reborn 2.0 which improved the detail significantly. Google then joined in and offered to include Rome Reborn in Google Earth.

so by using Google Earth you can go through Rome . Here gets the oppurtunity to View all the Rome city. Ghosh this is great oppurtunity guys check it out.
Rome On Google Earth

Comments :

0 comments to “Rome on Google Earth 5.0”

Post a Comment


My photo
The New TechFunk is here..

About This Blog

Welcome to Techfunk. You enter the world of Technology where you can have your reviews , updates , comments and News of the technology in the Market.Be the first to know about New innvotive things in technology.

Get the latest News on the business of internet market.Get information about the steps taken by market giants in the business world of technology.

Reviews on Latest Gadgets,Computers,PC's.
so what are waiting for, Visit today and be a techfunk!

Recent Posts

Recent Comments

  © Blogger templates Newspaper by 2008

Back to TOP