Dipylon Society participated in the project "Virtual Street Museum. Innovative Techniques, Methods and Tools for Documentation, Protection and Promotion of Cultural Heritage", co-funded by the European Union and national resources through the Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship & Innovation Operational Program.
The project aimed to create a publicly accessible online platform that can display a significant amount of historical and archaeological material to the general public and can be used for research and educational purposes. The material was based on the research of historical topography carried out by the Dipylon Society and was presented using augmented reality techniques, thus enabling the "reproduction" of the transformations and differentiations of the urban space in its historical course.
The virtual representation of aspects of the historical topography was implemented through the targeted selection of key routes in Athens and constituted a "Virtual Street Museum" that highlighted the invisible elements of the ancient topography on the canvas of the modern city, while at the same time transforming the road into a museum.