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Make the most of  the skills of the Virtual Experience, entrusting you  to the qualified competence of our international 3D Computer Graphics Team. Rendering, stereoscopic videos, interactive applications and Augmented Reality are developed to better convince your customers, create emotions, develop interactive learning in museums, use industrial simulators, best to represent architectural projects, design and landscapes.

The arch. Davide Borra designing the new interactive exhibit of MAB Archaeological Museum of Bene Vagienna and NoReal realizes it.



The archaeological site of Augusta Bagiennorum, today's Bene Vagienna (about 60Km from Turin, Italy and 40Km from Cuneo, Italy) is the most visited site of Piemonte (North-west of Italy). Not comparable to what you can see at Pompei or the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, but is a big responsibility for a little community of 3500 people working for two decades for the continuous enhancement of this cultural heritage.

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NoReal take part in the new preparation of the video "Antiquarium Arborense" in Oristano, Sardinia (Italy)



Produced by the Comune di Oristano, with the partnership of ConsulMedia, a brilliant computer company in Oristano (Sardinia, Italy), NoReal has realized an important video titled "Efisio Pischedda, memorie di un antiquario" (Efisio Pischedda, memories of an antiquarian) NoReal arranged as well as for stereoscopic images and 3D models in augmented reality.

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"Discovering the underground Verona" selected for the XXVI Archaelogical Film Festival, held in Rovereto (TN)



Thursday, October 8 at 20:45 at the Auditorium "F.Melotti" will screen the video by NoReal, directed by Davide Borra, who will participate in the prestigious film festival.

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Virtual reconstruction of the of Verona's Capitolium



"Discovering the underground Verona. The archaeological site of Corte Sgarzerie" is the new archaeological documentary produced by NoReal, commissioned by the Superintendent of Archaeology of Regione Veneto, with the coordination and scientific advice of Dr. Brunella Bruno, Dr. Dario Gallina and Dr. Giuliana Cavalieri Manasse.

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