The Great Pyramid Of Giza Was Built From The Inside Out Stephen Fung April 17, 2007 Both historians and architects had been wondering for many years how the Great Pyramid of Kheops – last remaining of the Seven Wonders of the World – had been constructed at an age where wheels, pulleys and iron tools were virtually unheard of. French architect Jean-Pierre Houdin had a hypothesis that Dassault Systèmes’ real-time 3D software allowed to test thoroughly. The computer simulation confirmed that the pyramid was indeed built from the inside, although further verification remains to be done on-site. Dassault Systèmes’ real-time 3D solutions enabled Jean-Pierre Houdin to model and explore the pyramid in 3D and run simulations confirming his theory that the pyramid was built from the inside! Source: Virtools Share This With The World!