Have you ever dreamed of living in Italy? Now you can visit the most beautiful Italian places without leaving your room. However, if you prefer the real Italy, you can also getting there for real.

34 year-old Giuseppe Macario,who has been working with 3D virtual words such as Second Life since 2003, currently lives in Rome and is a college professor, social entrepreneur, author of books, and record-setting computer programmer. He his writing new software for Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS X, as well as new apps for iOS (iPhone/iPad) and Android, so that people can explore as many wonders of Italy as possible by means of a pair of 3D virtual glasses.

Awesome tour and vacation in Italy

The project does not exclude any important Italian city, includingRome, Milan, Venice, Florence, Turin, Palermo.However, it will comprise many small beautiful towns as well. Italy has plenty of art, culture, history, delicious food, and fashion shows. It is no accident thatworld-famous actors, such as George Clooney, buy villas there.

"This is a wonderful project in 3D virtual reality" says the creator Giuseppe Macario, "and the backers will also visit the real Italy together with me.

In other words, it's going to be a once-in-a-lifetime ​experience."

What is Kickstarter

Kickstarter is a benefit corporation based in New York that has created an international crowdfunding platform focused on creativity. People who support Kickstarter projects get rewards and one of a kind experiences in exchange for their pledges.

This model traces its roots to arts patronage, where artists would ask their audiences to fund their work. Project creators choose a deadline and a minimum funding goal. If the goal is not met by the deadline, no money is collected — all or nothing (AoN) model. The platform is open to backers from anywhere in the world.

Macario joined Kickstarter after working for Julia Roberts in a popular Italian tv commercial, shot in three beautiful European places: Scotland, Paris and Florence.

Virtual reality glasses

These are the most popular virtual reality glasses, currently under development:

  • Oculus Rift, developed by Oculus VR and initially proposed in a Kickstarter campaign;
  • Google Cardboard, a VR platform developed by Google, made up of a low-cost fold-out cardboard mount for a mobile phone and a set of apps;
  • Samsung Gear VR, produced by Samsung Electronics and compatible with some Samsung Galaxy devices;
  • PlayStation VR (formerly Project Morpheus), produced by Sony and compatible with PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.