A new interactive cyberspace experience has been created at the Baths of Diocletian in Rome allowing visitors to wander around recreated landmarks along the Rome section of the ancient Via Flaminia. Up to four people at a time can take their place behind a joystick at four computers in the museum and explore the Villa of Livia (wife of the Emperor Augustus), Ponte Milvio, the necropolis of Grottarossa, and Malborghetta (a fourth-century AD victory arch that was incorporated into a fortified building during the middle ages). Their adventures are simultaneously displayed on a large screen for the benefit of an audience of up to 12 people, who watch wearing special 3D glasses. A team of 20
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