ABC News' VR Technology

See how a small team inside Syria is working in a race against time to save global treasures thousands of years old.
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Finally tonight here, some new technology to ABC news that might help you change the way you see the world. Vr will enable viewers to immerse themselves with a 360-degree virtual reality experience. Tonight, from the small team of people in Syria, they are working to save a global treasure, and here's ABC's Alex Marquardt. Reporter: Syrians trying to go about their daily lives, as war rages around them. Across town, we see the front lines of another fight. Walking through the empty rooms of the national museum. Here, a race against the clock, a team of young archaeologists even wing,oke led thrghseouhe T yda gto andot a360 degree view on an eortffo T save a global I St for your lf isejustn When something works, people stick with it. More people stick withmana Medicare Advantage. Ca Beweuse ck stih wit.them Humana Medicare Adagvante. The plan people stick with. "Nightline." I'll see you tomorrow night.

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