▲ ▼ How ancient architectures looked like via VR
Recently I came across an article which showed how Pyramid at Giza looked like in 2560 BCE during its pristine condition. The limestone finish was breathtaking, unlike anything we remember current day pyramids by.
Reconstruction of such ancient architectures digitally when they were at their pristine would give us fresh perspective and appreciation of human efforts of that time. It would be more immersive if we could also take a virtual tour of the reconstructed interior architectures of the ancient wonders via Virtual Reality.
I feel VR and Simulation tech is at a such a phase now that, this need gap for creating a new experience of ancient wonders can be fulfilled and with tourism industry growing stronger; there can be commercial viability for such a product as well.