In virtual reality, it is possible to go back in time

The sense of presence provided by immersive virtual reality in conjunction with 3D historical reconstruction is the closest thing we have to a time machine. You can explore different environments and interact with people and objects from the past. This technology is not only used for entertainment purposes but also for educational and research purposes.

Prison Break

In a Nordic prison, a prisoner digs a tunnel for 18 months. Tonight came the night of the escape. An experience not recommended to claustrophobics.

Iron Age Castrum

Virtual reality reconstruction of an Iron Age settlement.

Chruch Ruins

Virtual reality reconstruction of the Leiria castle chapel ruins.