Exhibits in museums often lack inspiration, even making viewers bored or overloaded. Traveling gives one a holistic sense of reality. Observing an object where it was discovered, part of local cultural and heritage throughout centuries gives it depth and meaning. Going 3-Dimensions further, Augmented Reality applications are evolving into useful tools to better convey and comprehend the history and past.
Augmented Reality is the incorporation of multimedia content with archaeological sites and objects, using mobile devices such as a smartphone or tablet. It enhances the natural world with digital content and allows users to gain a deeper understanding of cultural heritage, "visiting" places where access is difficult or restricted.