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Field Trip: Rom 312 – a 360 Panorama

While visiting my parents in Germany this past summer we “went” to Rome for the afternoon. It was an amazing, virtual trip back in time.

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The location is as amazing as the exhibit housed within: it is an old Gasometer (originally used in the Victorian Era to store vast amounts of gas from nearby gasworks).

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My hometown Pforzheim – once a Roman stronghold named “Portus” was the inspiration for this current exhibit: Rome in the year 312. Depicted is a 360 degree view of the eternal city at the time of emperor Constantine – by the artist Yadegar Asisi.

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The music is composed by Eric Babak and compliments the experience perfectly…here is a small sample of visuals with music (excuse the shaky camera).

more info and current exhibits: www.asisi.de

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