Virtual Heritage Architectural Reconstruction

Augmented Reality Architecture

Virtual  Heritage Architectural  Reconstruction

With the application of augmented reality architecture, we have the ability to revive architectural wonders and cultural heritage through virtual reconstruction. Whether affected by natural phenomena or human influence, lost sites can now be visualized as they once existed, thanks to the integration of augmented reality architecture and virtual reality. Our capabilities include capturing 360° 3D rendering 8K UHD videos and utilizing drones for aerial footage.

By leveraging technologies like virtual reality, exploring historical buildings and sites becomes an immersive and enriching experience for both students and visitors. Additionally, the reconstruction of archaeological excavation sites and historical architecture offers audiences an unforgettable journey through time.

Augmented reality architecture presents an exciting opportunity to bring any structure or building to life. If you’d like to learn more about this fascinating tool, please reach out to us via email using our Contact Form or give us a call. Our team is eager to assist you and provide our expert guidance.

The Virtual Mannequin provided by you have been a big success during our recruitment events and I would like to appreciate all the hard work put in by you and your team.


The presentations were a huge success! People loved the result of our collaboration. Can’t thank you enough for this wonderful experience

Filip Arickx, A.F. VANDEVORST

It looks great,😊 thank you for getting this done so late in the game


… if we would use a 3D movie again, we would definitely contact you again.

Jennifer Pizzeghello, SIEMENS

Huge thanks for all the support and flexibility to you and your team

Marcus Muc, LEGO

I am pleased to say that the airport has received numerous compliments for the Holograms that we have in the airport now!


Thank you very much for helping us at such short notice, and thank you so much for the levitating display! They’ll love it.

Bemma Ntim-Donkoh, DISNEY

Thank you for the impressive holographic installation at our exhibition booth in Atlanta. It added a unique and captivating element, making our presentation stand out. We appreciate your contribution to our success.

Melissa Peng, MERCK

Virtual On has provided a fantastic service, quick response times and amazing displays. Highly recommended.

Lauren Simon, LAUREN SIMON

Thanks so much for your professionalism everyone loved the hologram.

Pooja Kanabar, XYLEM INC


You can easily understand what has changed, what has survived and what has disappeared and is virtually recreated.

Exploration of Cultural Heritage Reconstruction

Immerse yourself completely in the experience using Virtual Reality glasses, where you will gain a clear and intuitive understanding of each individual ruin before you.


You'll experience something unique, something that is no longer existing but without a doubt, was very real!

How to Get to the Past

Embark on a journey into the past and immerse yourself in a world of history. Take a captivating 360° glimpse through the window of your smartphone, tablet, or, for an even more immersive experience, a virtual reality headset.


Today's world has changed so much that travelling to the past is a challenge, an interactive avatar can help to explain it.

Interactive information

Transport the past into the present, as the characters who once inhabited those times come to life. With the assistance of virtual guides, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of historical events and their significance.

3D Architectural Visualisation

Through the use of animated maps, panoramic views, and detailed sections, we can reconstruct places from the past while preserving their historical, natural, and evolutionary aspects. Users have the opportunity to interact with a fully immersive 360° virtual environment, providing them with an extraordinary experience.

Utilizing 3D Architectural Visualization is akin to journeying back in time, reconstructing history with the assistance of virtual characters who bring the past to life and enhance the overall experience of exploring virtual reality heritage.

Witness the astounding effects and capabilities of 3D Architectural Visualization in the accompanying videos. If you would like further information and details about this remarkable technology, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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    In the realm of immersive technologies, XR, or Cross Reality, is a term that encompasses various immersive realities, including Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and Mixed Reality (MR). The ‘X’ in XR functions like a variable in mathematics, representing a broad range of possibilities within this immersive spectrum.

    Virtual Reality (VR) refers to a fully immersive digital experience where users are transported to a completely virtual environment. With VR, users wear headsets that block out the physical world and provide a simulated reality, allowing for a deep sense of presence in a computer-generated environment.

    Augmented Reality (AR), on the other hand, overlays virtual content onto the real world, enhancing the user’s perception of reality.

    Mixed Reality (MR) represents a spectrum that lies between the virtual and real worlds. MR combines elements of both VR and AR, allowing for a more dynamic and interactive experience. In MR, virtual content is not only overlaid onto the real world but also interacts with and responds to the physical environment in real-time.

    AR, short for Augmented Reality, encompasses a variety of features that enrich our perception of the physical world by superimposing computer-generated information onto our real surroundings. One of the key characteristics of AR is its ability to seamlessly integrate virtual objects or data into the user’s real-world environment. This integration can occur through different sensory modalities, such as visual or auditory, providing a multi-dimensional and interactive experience.

    Through AR, users can witness virtual objects, graphics, or text overlaid onto the physical world they see through their devices, such as smartphones, tablets, or AR glasses. This augmentation allows for a deeper understanding of the surroundings by offering additional context, explanations, or interactive elements. For example, AR features can enable users to view 3D models of products or characters, access relevant information about landmarks, or even try on virtual clothing before making a purchase.

    Various forms of augmented reality exist, including Marker-based AR, which employs markers to initiate an augmented experience. In contrast, Marker-less AR offers greater flexibility than marker-based AR, granting users the choice to determine the placement of virtual objects.

    While virtual reality (VR) undeniably boasts a higher level of visual immersion, augmented reality (AR) presents a distinct advantage in terms of user freedom and opens up a myriad of possibilities for business ventures. This advantage is rooted in the fact that AR no longer necessitates the use of a head-mounted display, liberating users from the encumbrance of wearing such a device.

    Augmented Reality (AR) leverages the existing physical reality and objects as triggers to overlay computer-generated enhancements onto the real world in real-time. Essentially, AR is a technology that superimposes computer-generated images onto a user’s real-world perspective. These visual elements typically manifest as three-dimensional models, videos, and informational content.

    Augmented Reality, often abbreviated as “AR,” involves integrating digital elements into a real-time camera display, seamlessly blending this digital content with the physical environment to create a perception of them coexisting. In practical usage, this could encompass anything from transforming your facial appearance into that of a giraffe to superimposing digital guidance onto the actual pathways in your vicinity.

    Utilizing your device, Augmented Reality employs the integration of digital content within the physical realm. Unlike virtual reality (VR), there is no necessity for headsets, goggles, or additional extensive apparatus. Simply put, your device’s camera and an AR application are all that’s required. For the utilization of Google Play Services for AR, an Android device linked to a Google Account is essential.

    Instances of Augmented Reality encounters encompass Snapchat filters and the game Pokemon Go. Virtual Reality, commonly abbreviated as “VR,” signifies a complete immersive experience that isolates the external physical world.

    Augmented Reality, frequently abbreviated as “AR,” denotes the instantaneous utilization of data presented as textual content, visuals, audio, and various virtual enhancements seamlessly integrated with tangible elements of the actual world. This technology overlays computer-generated information onto the physical environment, enriching the user’s perception and interaction with their surroundings.

    In discussions concerning Augmented Reality (AR), we delve into a realm of technological expertise that superimposes data and digital entities onto real-world landscapes, all unfolding in real-time. This innovation leverages the existing surroundings as its canvas, seamlessly infusing it with informative elements to craft an entirely novel synthesized environment. By seamlessly integrating virtual and physical realms, AR offers a heightened experiential dimension where the boundary between the tangible and the digital dissolves.

    Augmented Reality, often abbreviated as AR, delineates an immersive encounter within the authentic milieu, wherein tangible entities existing in reality undergo embellishment through computer-generated perceptual insights. At times, this augmentation spans a spectrum of sensory channels, encompassing not only the visual and auditory domains but also extending to haptic, somatosensory, and olfactory realms. This harmonious amalgamation of digital and physical dimensions fosters an interactive space where the conventional boundaries between the tangible and the virtual blur, engendering a multi-layered experiential tapestry.

    The HoloLens can be likened to virtual reality headsets, though in contrast to VR headsets like Oculus Rift, it doesn’t immerse you entirely in an alternate realm. Instead, the Microsoft HoloLens is poised to be a trailblazer in the realm of augmented reality, pointing towards the future of this innovative technology.

    Augmented reality AR involves the amalgamation of digital data to fashion an outlook of the actual physical surroundings, with the capacity to superimpose an alternate perspective upon it. In this context, augmented reality doesn’t supplant the real world; instead, it introduces imagery or video elements into the authentic environment, thereby setting it apart from virtual reality, which diverges fundamentally in this aspect.

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