Recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1998, the ancient city has been only partially
excavated and presents in the main ruins of mosaic floors and traces of walled perimeters.
Antica Aquileia 3D combines 3D images, video and interactive exploration of the main monuments,
allowing visitors to use their devices as "windows through time" and as interactive video guides.
As they walk through the streets of the city, users receive information about the surrounding buildings and, most impressively,
they can explore the virtual reconstructions of the buildings thanks to augmented reality.