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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.

NoReal at Rovereto with "HIMERA The Temple of Victory"

Again this year, the technical-scientific committee of the 28th International Artistic Exhibition of Rovereto (TN) has awarded a work by NoReal for the Himera Archaeological Park. The "HIMERA, The Temple of Victory" video will be screened on the evening of October 6th at the Auditorium "F.Melotti". In the afternoon the Arch. Davide Borra (director and artistic direction) will be interviewed during the round table.


Glamour VR Day

Virtual Reality Meets Glamour underwear.
Culottes and bodices in virtual reality? Sure: it can be done and has been done In Turin (Italy), December the 8th, 2016 during the Open Day dedicated to the glamour underwear that surrounded the visitors of the "new planet" Gimò, a new shop opened in Via Giolitti 9 / C.


Himera and the Temple of Victory

On June 30th, 2016 it was inaugurated in Termini Imerese (a town close to Palermo, Italy) a new "Antiquarium" placed next to  the Archaeological Museum,  showing the Tempio della Vittoria (Temple of Victory) and the latest archeological finds in that area. These include the burial of 10,000 riders with their horses, a unique event in the history of Greek archeology in Sicily.


The first tourist app of the archaeological site of Segesta is made by NoReal...and is in Augmented Reality.

The archaeological site of Segesta, with its Temple and the Theatre, is one of the icons of the Sicilian. The international tourism has more than tens of thousands of visitors, in addition to the national tourism and the students visiting the site every year. But, by now, there wasn't an app that would lead visitors to fully understand  history and the difficult monumental stratification that has pervaded the slopes of this mountain during 2500 years, from the Greek foundation, going through the Roman residence, until the Middle Ages.