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Caption: This virtual reconstruction of the gladiator school shows its courtyard and training arena.
A meticulous virtual reconstruction of Renaissance Verona, Italy, envelopes the audience into a fully immersive theatrical experience.
Check-Cap's capsule device, also named Check-Cap, is based on a novel imaging approach that enables the 3D virtual reconstruction of the colon, eliminating the need for bowel preparation.
HeartWorks is a mannequin with a virtual reconstruction of a heart and is an optimal way for physicians to increase their skills in this area without any discomfort to a patient," said Dr Alessandro Salustri, Consultant Cardiologist at Shaikh Khalifa Medical City.
David Bancroft, operations director at the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, said: "This virtual reconstruction has been a very exciting project for us and has provided a way to envisage how the site was when occupied by the Romans enabling visitors to move between buildings and examine artefacts.
The CD-ROM contains a virtual reconstruction of the city.
Among the more text-oriented papers, Isabella Andorlini demonstrates just how far new technology can help to increase the information to be extracted from papyrus fragments, describing the virtual reconstruction of Greek medical texts now located in a number of different libraries across the world.
In a courtroom context the term often used to describe evidence presented in this format is virtual simulation or virtual reconstruction (5).