The HOLOGRAMME project (Harmoniser les Opportunités Liées aux Nouvelles Orientations pour la Gestion des Ressources Archéologiques Mediterranéennes et la Mise en Réseau des Expérience) aims to realize a circuit of archaeological resources Italo-Tunisian managed in innovative ways, thanks to the use of new technologies which represent the primary means through which enhance the heritage of the Mediterranean and create a Cultural District Evolved between Sicily and Tunisia.

Hologramme was born under the Cross Border Cooperation Programme Italy Tunisia 2007/2013, and is co-financed by the European Union. Five partners: the City of Calatafimi Segesta, who coordinated the project, the City of Salemi, CICI Association and the Sabah Association, AMVPPC (Agence de Mise en Valeur du Patrimoine et Promotion Culturelle) and Tourath Association (Association Tunisienne pour la Sauvegarde des Musées et des Sites archéologiques). Three archaeological sites of interest in the project: Calatafimi-Segesta, Salemi and Carthage. In these areas Hologramme intervened by taking actions aimed at creating new ways of use of goods and places. In line with this order, was born the project "Theatre of the Mediterranean", conceived and created in 2015 by GIS_LAB ICAR-CNR in Palermo on behalf of the Association CICI, project partners Hologramme. It aims to strengthen the Franco-Tunisian Circuit for archaeological resources of ancient theaters, through the use of new technologies (ICT) and, at the same time, lays the foundation for a larger project, based on establishing a cross-border thematic system of theater structures of antiquity.

The ancient theaters are, in fact, both in terms of their specific type of architecture and considering the socio-cultural function covered, one of the most extraordinary legacy that past civilizations have transmitted to us. The spread of this type of architecture along the entire Mediterranean basin has been widespread and significant in antiquity is the number of completed theaters, many of which still stages regular performances and shows with a strong continuity between past and present.

The multimedia application developed want to be of help to the knowledge and appreciation of the role of the oldest theaters in the cross-border cultural archaeological network in the territories of Sicily and Tunisia. The three-dimensional models are inserted into a Geographic Information System accessible from the internet and integrated by multimedia contents. In particular, since the geo-localization of the system of ancient theaters of Sicily and Tunisia, an integrated and interactive knowledge path was structured which allows the dynamic transition from a territorial scale to the local and detailed scale of the two theaters. The 3D models represent the two theaters in their current and original condition, and have been designed so as to be delivered through some of the most popular web-connected desktop and mobile platforms (smartphones, tablets, PCs, etc.).