Ancient Hampi: The Hindu Kingdom Brought to Life

Past Event: 13 November 2008 to 26 January 2010

Morning sun on Virupaksha Temple, Hampi.
Photo: Sarah Kenderdine

Immerse yourself in the ancient world of Hampi.

This international exhibition offers visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in the stunning World Heritage site of Hampi in southern India.

Using state of the art digital technologies, this ground breaking experience presents 3D stereographic panoramas of an extraordinary site with all its mythological, archaeological, artistic and historic significance.

Ancient Hampi includes animations of Hindu myths and stories, an immersive digital interactive space showing panoramic images of the site and its landscape, as well as captivating photography.

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Bornav Raychaudhury 17 March, 2011 19:07
Truly magnificent! I'm surprised to see the interest of Australians towards Indian heritage and culture. The short videos available for downloads are fascinating indeed. Wish we had something like this in our government museums in India.
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Fiona 4 February, 2011 13:46
This was an amazing exhibition , I am still telling people about it! I wish it was possible to continue with 3D stereographic interactive exhibitions featuring different places around the world.