The eruption of the Vesuvius: the Mav’s most spectacular installation. Using the concept of a virtual theater, a circular structure surrounds the spectator placing him at the center of the room where a stereoscopic 3D reconstruction of the eruption is shown as narrated by Plinius the Younger. Completely surrounded by sensory effects, tremors, and flashing lights, it is the first exhibition of its kind realized in Italy, based on an innovative system that enables a multi-projection visualization in 3D/MultiD stereoscopic. Unlike to what happens in a 3D cinema, here the scene is not limited to the front screen, but is spread all around on a huge 26 meters long silver fiber tape. The effect obtained is that of being fully immersed in a multisensory virtual space through an image definition five times greater than that of a FullHD screen and three-dimensional sound.