Festival Verdi Immersive 360° offers the audience the emotion of feeling right at the center of the stage, together with the artists on stage, thanks to the audio and video panoramic recording technique adopted by the University of Parma.
Reggiane Urban Gallery is a virtual gallery, made of spherical photographs, which allows you to discover the works of street art and writing kept in the industrial complex of the former Officine Reggiane.
Discover Baroque Art is a virtual museum (created as part of the European project Museum With No Frontier) dedicated to Baroque works of art present in some European countries, including Italy and, specifically, Bologna and its territory.
The Alma Mater provides virtual visits to several historical places of the University, such as the Aula Magna Santa Lucia, Palazzo Poggi, the Botanical Garden, Palazzo Hercolani and San Giovanni in Monte.
The National Archaeological Museum of Ferrara, set up in the sixteenth-century Palazzo Costabili known as Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro, offers a virtual visit through its rooms, which house the finds from the excavations of the ancient city of Spina.
The main UNESCO sites and monuments of Ravenna can be admired also from a distance thanks to this 360° panoramic images.
On the tourism website of the city of Rimini, four different itineraries within the city can be consulted online through interactive maps, while on the website of the Teatro Galli it’s possible to take a real virtual tour through the spectacular halls of the building.