NoReal take part in the new preparation of the video “Antiquarium Arborense” in Oristano, Sardinia (Italy)

Produced by the Comune di Oristano, with the partnership of ConsulMedia, a brilliant computer company in Oristano (Sardinia, Italy), NoReal has realized an important video titled “Efisio Pischedda, memorie di un antiquario” (Efisio Pischedda, memories of an antiquarian) NoReal arranged as well as for stereoscopic images and 3D models in augmented reality.

The video “Efisio Pischedda, memorie di un antiquario” consists of  two volumes. The first volume contains a reference overview on the archeology of the Mediterranean and its relations with Sardinia; the second volume shows the Oristano archeology, strongly marked by the work of collecting and cataloging the lawyer Pischedda makes just for its pleasure on the end of 1800. The collection will count more than 6400 pieces, (the largest private collection in Sardinia),  known in the European archeology. Later, the collection will be exposed in the Antiquarium Arborense of Oristano. Efisio Pischedda writes his memoirs and talks with Prof. Friedrich von Duhn, professor of the Heidelberg University, in Germany, who visits him in 1893, just to admire the exhibits. And so they narrate and resemble the archaeological adventures of their colleagues of that era: Schliemann, Belzoni, Champollion, Carter and many others.

The technique used for the narration is the  dialogue, taking advantage of the 2D computer graphics and shooting on a green screen, to enliven the presentation of the historical and geographical information. A great visual effects is given by the 3D reconstructions of the main archaeological sites from which the finds come: a Neolithic village near Cabras, Nuraghe Losa of Abbasanta, the Roman city of Tharros. The final result obtained is to involve the visitor of the museum as a “third participant”, giving him the ability to contextualize and make lively the story of the exhibits. The inauguration was made March the 11th, 2016 attended by the Director Momo Zucca and the local Authorities, the scientific editor of the work, and the person who co-edited the texts together with arch. Davide Borra.