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:Keys to Rome is an international exhibition on Roman culture launched simultaneously in Rome, Sarajevo, Amsterdam and Alexandria on September 23, 2014. The exhibition used immersive technology to present and connect these regional cultures within the Roman Empire, highlighting their diversity and commonality over centuries of Roman rule. Keys To Rome was based on a combination of real artefacts, digitally restored 3D objects and virtual environments.
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<blockquote>Keys to Rome is an international exhibition on Roman culture launched simultaneously in Rome, Sarajevo, Amsterdam and Alexandria on September 23, 2014. The exhibition used immersive technology to present and connect these regional cultures within the Roman Empire, highlighting their diversity and commonality over centuries of Roman rule. Keys To Rome was based on a combination of real artefacts, digitally restored 3D objects and virtual environments.</blockquote>
  
 
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Keys to Rome is an international exhibition on Roman culture launched simultaneously in Rome, Sarajevo, Amsterdam and Alexandria on September 23, 2014. The exhibition used immersive technology to present and connect these regional cultures within the Roman Empire, highlighting their diversity and commonality over centuries of Roman rule. Keys To Rome was based on a combination of real artefacts, digitally restored 3D objects and virtual environments.
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