While participating in the 2017 Pitt in Sicily Study Abroad Program, senior Computer Science major Jonathan Dyer helped create 360-degree tours of gorgeous Sicilian archaeological sites. With support from Pitt’s Open Lab, students were able to create the visually interesting, unique video tours while simultaneously learning about the art, culture, history, and architecture of Sicily.

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