Apps & DVD

Discover our DVDs and Apps about Ancient Rome, Ancient Egypt and more.

  • DVD: Ancient Rome in 3D by: Alessandro Furlan, Pietro Galifi, Stefano Moretti 19.90

    by Alessandro Furlan, Pietro Galifi, Stefano Moretti (Altair 4)

    The DVD contains many spectacular 3D virtual reconstructions, and it is available in 8 languages: English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Polish, Korean and Japanese.

    VIDEO FORMAT: NTSC/PAL 16:9 – 4:3
    AUDIO FORMAT: Stereo
    DURATION: 70 minutes

    Take an enthralling virtual journey through time and space to the splendors of Ancient Rome.
    Ancient Rome in 3D uses the most recent discoveries and latest technology to bring the ancient city back to life, reconstructing Rome’s most famous monuments in full 3D

    With this innovative INTERACTIVE DVD you can navigate your way through Ancient Rome, witnessing it as the Romans did.
Switch from reconstructions of the past to modern day images for a spectacular comparison between past and present. With Ancient Rome in 3D you will experience Rome like never before.

    BONUS MATERIAL: The House of Kulius Polybius – This animated reconstruction takes you to the ancient city of Pompeii just moments before the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius (Awarded the Agon Prize in Athens for scientific merit).

    CONTENTS: Colosseum, Forum Romanum, Palatine, Forum of Augustus, Pantheon, Baths of Caracalla, Theater of Pompey, Castel St. Angelo, Domus Aurea, Vatican, Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus, Catacombs and The House of Julius Polybius in Pompeii.

  • DVD: Ancient Egypt in 3D by: Alessandro Furlan, Pietro Galifi, Stefano Moretti 19.90

    by Alessandro Furlan, Pietro Galifi, Stefano Moretti (Altair 4)

    VIDEO FORMAT: PAL 16:9 – 4:3
    AUDIO FORMAT: Stereo
    DURATION: 90 minutes

    Ancient Egypt in 3D is a virtual exploration of the architectural wonders built by the pharaohs, and of other monuments in the Nile Valley. From the terraced Pyramid of Djoser to the Alexandria Lighthouse of the Ptolemaic age, the program reconstructs, in 3D and in all their polychromy, buildings that are nowadays highly ruined, or have totally disappeared after Napoleon’s Campaign to Egypt at the end of the XVIII century.

    With this innovative INTERACTIVE DVD you can navigate through the magnificent sites of Karnak and Luxor.

    BONUS MATERIAL: Abu Simbel, The salvage of the Temples – a documentary about the relocation and reconstruction of the monuments that would have been inundated due to the building of the dam of Assuan in the Sixties, and the collection of black-and-white photographs from the book by Emile Bechard, L’Egypte et la Nubie, Paris 1878.

    VIRTUAL 3D VISIONS: The lighthouse of Alexandria – Ptolemaic Era Giza, Sphinx and pyramids of Cheope, Chefren, Micerino – Old Kingdom Cheope’s ritual boat – Old Kingdom, The “Step Pyramid” complex of Djoser – Old Kingdom, Denderah – Ptolemaic Era Temple of Hathor and hypostyle Hall – Ptolemaic Era, Karnak, Sanctuary of Amon – New Kingdom Sanctuary of Amon and hypostyle Hall – Temple of Khonsu – New Kingdom – Luxor, Temple of Amon, Thebes, whole reconstruction of the capital of the Upper and Lower Egypt – First, Intermediate Period/New Kingdom – Deir el Bahari, Mortuary Temple of Queen, Hatshepsut – New Kingdom, Deir El-Medina, village of workmen responsible for the construction of the Pyramids – New Kingdom, Temple of Hator – New Kingdom Funeral monument of Sennedjem – New Kingdom, Philae island – Late Period. Temple of Isis -, Abusir, entrance from the Nile to the monumental complex – Old Kingdom.

  • DVD: Nero and the Golden House by: Alessandro Furlan, Pietro Galifi, Stefano Moretti 19.90

    by Alessandro Furlan, Pietro Galifi, Stefano Moretti (Altair 4)

    VIDEO FORMAT: the DVD is double sided: it may be read by PAL on side A and by NTSC son side B.
    AUDIO FORMAT: Stereo
    DURATION: 30 minues
    LANGUAGES: Italian / English

    The reconstruction of the great fire of 64 AD, which destroyed the capital of the Empire, and the golden palace of Nero in a new production by Altair4 Multimedia: for the first time the misery and the splendor of the Eternal City at the time of Nero, reconstructed in 3D computer graphics.

    From the crumbling insulae of the Subura to the sumptuous architecture of the Domus Aurea, from Nero’s artificial lake to the Colosseum, from the Neronian porticoes on the Via Sacra to the glories of the Imperial Fora, from the imposing bulk of the Colossus of Nero to the architectural revolution of the Octagonal Hall: the spectacular and rigorous reconstruction in 3D computer graphics of the most ambitious work by a visionary architect.


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