Santa Clara, CA – Virtual reality innovators at 3DreamTeam dazzled DEMO conferenceattendees with 3D technology that brings the world’s most amazing heritage sites directly to your computer. The Cambodian temple of Angkor Wat is one of 20 initial projects for the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Sites.
The incredibly detailed Vizerra locations allow virtual visitors to walk through Angkor Wat, Machu Picchu, Petra, Red Square, Swayambhunath Stupa, Stonehenge, the Taj Mahal and more.
Vizerra's 3D model of Angkor Wat allows you to explore the entire site by air or on the ground.
In our 2009 article, “Virtual or Reality? 12 amazing 3D comparison photos of Angkor Wat”, side by side comparisons show the Vizerra reality almost identical to being at Angkor Wat. Since then, 3DreamTeam has continued refining their stunning Angkor Wat model using detailed photographs of devata (sacred female) portraits, surface textures and blueprints provided by Devata.org.
Vizerra's Angkor Wat model includes devata (sacred female) images. The technology will soon allow links to location specific data and high resolution photos.
3DreamTeam is now working directly with NVIDIA, the leading developers of 3D hardware technology. Games and movies comprise most 3D content now available but 3DreamTeam is expanding consumer and educational applications with its Vizerra technology.
NOTE: Vizerra software and location models are available as a free download to users worldwide:
System Requirements – Recommended
Intel Core 2 Duo / AMD 64 X2 5200+ GeForce 8800 GTX / ATI Radeon HD 4770 4Gb RAM Broadband Internet connection (at least 2560 Kbit/s)
Pentium 2.4 GHz / AMD Athlon XP 2500+ NVidia GeForce 6800 / ATi Radeon X850 2Gb RAM 2Gb free hard disk space Internet connection (at least 30 Kbit/s)
Angkor Wat 3D Photos from Vizerra
Angkor Wat's West Gopura (Gate) viewed from the north in Vizerra's 3D model.
Angkor Wat in Vizerra 3D model, viewed from Southwest.
Angkor Wat's causeway facing east, with a library structure on the left.
Angkor Wat's cruciform gallery is accurately ringed with devata in Vizerra's 3D model
Vizerra is refining devata (sacred female) portraits in new versions of the software. In the future, the 3D model will show the carvings in accurate locations linked to a database.
The Northwest corner of Angkor Wat in Vizerra's 3D model.
Angkor Wat's bas relief galleries now show textures but will soon accurately render the artwork.