Millions of people flock to ancient sites every year to feel the wonderment that comes with laying eyes on the ruins of a building or city from thousands of years ago. Viewing the ruins may be a spectacular experience for many, but it often leads people to wonder what that structure or city looked like back when it was a thriving hive of activity. Lithodomos VR, a new Melbourne-based virtual reality archaeological startup, is attempting to create a VR experience that will provide exactly that: a look at ancient cities, buildings, and artifacts as they were before eroding to ruins.






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