The Museo Archeologico Virtuale in Italy Has Virtual Floor Dust

 - Apr 29, 2009
References: current.newsweek
The Museo Archeologico Virtuale in Italy is a unique interactive encounter with modern technology and architecture. The museum has more than 70 multimedia installations to provide virtual historical re-creations, projections and holograms to impress audiences.

Some of the interactive elements include virtual floor dust that reacts to footsteps, virtual book pages that move by finger tip, and automated greetings from ancient inhabitants of Pompeii. This museum is a place where kids can get involved, and people are encouraged to touch the exhibits.