Category Archives: cultural heritage

Physical Reality for King Tut Tomb

During the past hundred years many antiquities have been exposed to too much human presence and unless that is restricted they are going to collapse completely. Continue reading

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What is Reality Computing?

I want them to answer the question, “What is reality computing and more importantly why should I care? Continue reading

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FARO 3D Documentation Conference 2014

The tracks include accident reconstruction, AEC, energy, historic preservation and ship building as well as keynotes and new product news Continue reading

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Facsimile Quality Preservation

Based in Madrid and Bologna Factum Arte is dedicated to digital mediation, transformation and the production of works that redefine the relationship between two and three dimensions. Continue reading

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CyArk Announces New Initiatives

This has resulted in a new website for CyArk that is much more interactive and immersive. Continue reading

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“Angkor Revealed” on Smithsonian Channel

the Smithsonian Channel will present a two part series on the investigation of an ancient Cambodian civilization. Continue reading

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Documenting the RRS Discovery

Not only did they accomplish this task, but they also created a very impressive case study on their website. Continue reading

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CyArk 500 Annual Summit 2014 is Next Week

This important cultural heritage event takes place October 7 and 8 at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. Continue reading

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The Great Wall of China in 3D

To this end, 3 years will be dedicated to create the whole 6,000km length of the Great Wall of China and its surroundings in 3D, in high resolution. Continue reading

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Beneath the Surface of Stonehenge

A recent report by the BBC indicates that recent subsurface surveys of the area surrounding Stonehenge have revealed an amazing amount of new 3D data. Using ground penetrating radar, magnetometers and laser scanners the researchers have developed a whole new … Continue reading

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