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3D models of the most beautiful world on your desktop

Vizerra is an interesting project that allows you to see amazing places around the world like Macchu Picchu, Taj Mahal, Tatev Monastery, etc with three-dimensional models. It is said that Vizerra is the World’s first 3D educational software application that gives high quality 3D locations, full editorial description for every location and full-functional map service.

Vizerra is a beta program; currently there are only a few places to view in 3D.

According to the publisher “they have been working on innovative technologies and created complicated technological process, which let us bring you 3D virtual copies of most beautiful world sites in revolutionary quality. Now anyone can surf the virtual world directly from home”

Here are the recommended system requirements to install the application:

- Operating system Windows XP / Vista
- Intel Core (TM) 2 Quad 2.4 GHz / AMD X3 8400 (2.1GHz) / AMD X3 8600 (2.3GHz)
- GeForce 9800GT 512 MB GDDR3 / Radeon HD 4850 X2
- 2GB of RAM
- 1 GB of free hard disk space
- Internet broadband (at least 2560 Kbit / s)
Download Vezerra


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