Augmented reality publications: Recreating destroyed landmarks

Here are 5 destroyed world landmarks that have been recreated using the AR technology

1. Palmyra Arch, Syria:

The Palmyra Arch, destroyed by ISIS in 2015, has been recreated using AR technology. This digital reconstruction allows users to experience the grandeur of this ancient monument in its original form.

2. Buddhas of Bamiyan, Afghanistan:

The giant Buddhas of Bamiyan, destroyed  in 2001, have been recreated virtually through AR technology. Users can now see these monumental statues as they once stood centuries ago.

3. The Parthenon, Greece:

The Parthenon in Athens, partially destroyed over time, has been digitally reconstructed using AR. This allows users to visualize the iconic temple in its former glory, complete with intricate details and sculptures.

4. The Temple of Bel, Syria:

Another casualty of ISIS destruction, the Temple of Bel in Palmyra has been recreated using AR technology. This digital reconstruction offers a glimpse into the architectural splendor of this ancient site.

5. The Great Sphinx of Giza, Egypt: While not destroyed but subject to erosion and damage over the centuries, the Great Sphinx of Giza has been brought back to life through AR technology. Users can now view this iconic statue in its original form, complete with intricate details and historical context.

By the way you can revive your sweetest memories using the Stories AR platform, check the details here. 

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