Virtual reality (VR) educational company Unimersiv launched its dedicated Gear VR app back in May this year, with three experiences available: one on the International Space Station, one about the human anatomy and the other taking viewers back in time 4000 years ago to Stonehenge. History is a big part of the Unimersiv app also released a tour through the Titanic back in July. Now the company has unveiled its latest, an exploration into the ancient Acropolis of Athens.
In the Acropolis VR experience, viewers will be able to explore a fully reconstructed Acropolis as it was thousands years ago. The interior of the Parthenon with the Athena Promachos, the massive gold & ivory sculpture of the Greek goddess Athena, the Erechtheion, and the Athena Parthenos are all available.
While the Unimersiv app is free to download for the mobile head-mounted display (HMD), the Acropolis VR experience only comes as an in-app purchase. If you’re interested in delving into Greece’s history you can purchase it for $1.99 USD.
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