CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 18, 2017
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(Rome: Seth Doane) The use of virtual reality glasses to ancient view Rome featured; scenes shown from Italy of a labyrinth that was once Emperor Nero's villa Domus Aurea; details given about the graphics entailed in creating the virtual reality based on renaissance art. [Visitor Tom PAPA- says virtual reality helps.] [Chief archaeologist Alessandro D'ALESSIO, supt. for archaeology Francesco PROSPERETTII- comment on the site & the technology.]
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