and Navona Square

Navigate easily through the all Fountains
and Navona square spases and explore
their cultural and historical heritage

3D VIEW OF Rome Fountains

All Rome Fountains sculptures and objects
are scanned with high detail and shown
in the form of 3D objects together with
their environment.

Exact replicas of Fountains fully
recreated in new 4D VIRTUAL format

Discover a fascinating cultural journey
in 3D through all 5 famous Fountains
and Navona square

The story of 4D project
Rome Fountains 4D

Rome's historical downtown and Rome Fountains are one of most attractive culture "diamond" in the world. During the pandemic time we have decision create new innovative 4D project specially for delivering of this heritage to anyone to any point at our Planet. Navigator4D company since summer 2021 and during 2 years has performed a huge amount of 3D scanning of the building, fountains, architecture and sculptures in Rome downtown especially for realisation of this unique. Finally, Navigator4D have created this amazing project for public access to Rome heritage in new "Virtual Visit 4D" format.

This product is an exact virtual 3D reconstruction of 5 unique fountains of Rome: Trevi fountain, Tritone fountain, 3 fountains on the piazza Navona - 4 Rivers fountain, Neptune fountain and Moor fountain. These 5 fountains of Rome and even Navona square were scanned in 3D in high details and presented in this new innovative product in photorealistic quality with their detailed descriptions and voice guide in 4 languages: English, Italian, French and Russian. All sculptures and 3D objects, bas-reliefs and buildings have been scanned in 3D and displayed in high quality with their detailed descriptions. You can move freely around 5 famous fountains and Navona square and, moreover, you can take your virtual 3D guided tour in manual or automatic mode. An interactive catalogue of 3D objects and photographs of fountains and Piazza Navona has been created in the project. Organized internal division by themes and locations - location in Rome. Organized search system for names and all contents of the interactive catalogue in the project.

Navona square 3D interactive replica
Unique famous square in Rome

Piazza Navona is a square that was built above an ancient Roman site. In the year 86 AD the Emperor Domitian, the son of the Emperor Vespasian who had commissioned the Colosseum, built here a stadium that was 275 meters long, and 106 meters large ,flat on one side and curbed on the other one. There could sit 30000 spectators. Domitian wanted to keep the Romans entertained, and he wanted also to encourage them to practice sport and to be athletic. That’s why, in this stadium, there were held games such as the run and the Greek-Roman fight, a sort of wrestling of today. If we looked at the piazza from above, we would see that the square has the shape of a stadium still today.

In the XVII century the Pope Innocent X of the Pamphili family wanted to completely rebuild this area, keeping the shape of the stadium, but giving it the elegant style of the 1600. The name Navona is a transformation of the word Agone that in Greek means games. But it might also come from the word Nave (ship in Italian) since in the XVII Century the habit was to fill the square with water and recreate a sort of Naval battle with carriages. Today Piazza Navona is UNESCO heritage.

The exact 4D virtual twin of TREVI fountain

With our Rome Fountains 4D You can virtually explore
unique most famous fountain in the world
TREVI fountain in details

4D Virtual Visit of TREVI fountain

In our project this famous TREVI fountain we have created in 3D with the highest photorealism using 3D scanning technology of real TREVI fountain. The name Trevi comes from the Italian word 3 that refers to the 3 streets that lead to the fountain from different parts of the district. Walking from any of these 3 streets to the fountain you will get an amazing surprising effect. The construction of the fountain had been commissioned by different Popes to several important artists already in the 15 and 16 hundreds. One of these artists was Giacomo Dalla Porta, the one who had carried out the Dome of Saint Peter's Basilica designed by Michelangelo. His project though was never done because it took too long. Another artist chosen to make a plan for this fountain was Gian Lorenzo Bernini, the master of Baroque; however his project had never been developed either.

In 1731 the Pope Clemens XII of the Corsini family held a competition to choose the architect that would build the fountain. The winner was an artist called Niccolò Salvi. It took the workers 30 years to build this massive masterpiece. Unfortunately, Niccolò Salvi died before the fountain was finished so he was never able to see his creation achieved. The works started in 1732 and the first inauguration happened in 1735 when the fountain was still not completed. It was finished in 1762 by an artist called Pannini. The fountain was built to celebrate an ancient Roman Aqueduct that had been built in the Ist Century B.C. by General Agrippa to bring water into Rome and feed one of the several public baths of the city...

More information about this famous fountain you can get in our new project Rome Fountains 4D".

4D Virtual TREVI fountain from all points of view.
Even from bird flight. In high details.

This amazing fountain with its stunning architecture is worth showing off in every detail. This is what we did in our project. We were able to take more than 10 thousand high-resolution photographs from a variety of angles. And as a result, using our technology, which consists of 7 steps (2 of which we developed ourselves), we received the most detailed model of the fountain to date. And we have developed a way to deliver this model to any device with the ability to freely move around this 3D model like in a computer game. We also created 34 animated camera tracks with voice guide (4 languages) to show all the unique architectural and historical details of this beautiful fountain in the tour mode. And you will find all this in our new 4D project in the “Trevi Fountain” section.

The exact 4D virtual twins of 3 beautiful fountains

3 fountains on Navona square: 4 River, Neptun and Mavr
fountains you can virtually explore with guide tour
and in walk mode and fly mode from first person

Fountain 4 rivers on Navona square

The fountain of the 4 Rivers is one of the two most beautiful fountains of the city of Rome being the other one the Trevi fountain. They are both fed by the same aqueduct, the one of the Virgin Water. All the monuments in Rome are linked to the history of the city, and so is this one. It was commissioned by the Pope Innocent X.

Pope Innocent X , did not get along at all with the Pope before him, Urban VIII, so much that he had accused and suit him of stealing public money and put him and his family on a trial. For this reason, when he decided to decorate the square with a fountain, used to bring water in this area, he refused to commission the work to the favorite artist of Urban VIII, Gian Lorenzo Bernini. The habit of the time was to hold a competition. Each artist should have presented a model of the fountain they wanted to carry out in a small scale made of clay or wood. Gian Lorenzo Bernini was an extremely ambitious man, and he would have never accepted to be defeated and not to take part at the construction of the fountain for the Pope. As a result, he made a model in silver rather than in wood....

More information about this famous fountain you can get in our new project "Rome Fountains 4D".

Fountain Moro on Navona square

When the aqueduct of the Virgin water had been restored in 1570 with an underground canal, the water reached this area of Rome that was very populated. Soon after the Pope Gregorious XIII Boncompagni commissioned two fountains at the extreme sides of Navona square. The artist who designed and realized the basins was Giacomo Dalla Porta, who had achieved the Dome of Saint Peter’s Basilica designed by Michelangelo. Unfortunately, the works of the fountains had to stop here. In 1654 the lover of the Pope Innocent X Pamphili, called Donna Olimpia, commissioned and paid for the decoration of the fountain. The artist chosen was G.L. Bernini who designed the larger basin, copying a drawing of Francesco Borromini...

More information about this famous fountain you can get in our new project "Rome Fountains 4D".