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This paper proposes a design for libraries of European Classical architectural elements based on shape grammars. This design is based on a workflow which develops library objects from 3D CAD primitives using architectural rules to construct parametric representations of architectural elements. In the case of Classical architecture, the design and d...
The change and restrictions in how we react with cultural heritage because of the COVID-19 pandemic has created an urgency in advancing remote and digital access to objects and sites. This paper outlines the process for developing Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) using digital recording and modelling of architectural heritage and archaeology. V...
This paper presents and discusses the preliminary results of a small scale visualisation project as part of which the low-cost LiDAR scanner that now comes as standard with the iPad Pro was used in conjunction with both the Arctec Leo structured light scanner and photogrammetric survey methods to record, analyse and present the recently excavated r...
The change and restrictions in how we react with cultural heritage because of the COVID-19 pandemic has created an urgency in advancing remote and digital access to objects and sites. This paper outlines the process for developing Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) using digital recording and modelling of architectural heritage and archaeology.
Digitisation and virtual representation of Archaeology and Architectural Heritage potentially connects tangible and intangible cultural assets allowing for recording, conserving and documenting cultural heritage in all its possible forms. The process for digitisation of Heritage commences with remote sensing and data capturing technologies such as...
Thankfully, over the last decade or so, the once abiding image of island societies as inherently insular, backward and incapable of initiating change of their own accord has been well and truly exposed in its short-sightedness. That said, within prehistoric archaeology, we have yet to see any kind of concerted effort to explore the many and varied...
Taking the decline of passage tomb building at Knowth, Co. Meath as a case-study, this paper explores the interpretive potential inherent in the modeling process, as opposed to the model as a finished product. It argues for the use of phenomeological philosophy as a means of drawing out this hitherto unrealised potential, concluding that the visual...