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One of our reconstructions is published in the new issue of "Archäologie Weltweit". You'll find it in the upper right corner!
In the current issue of the German magazine “Archäologie Weltweit”, one of our reconstructions of the Oxus Temple is featured! The project of the Oxus Temple is not online on our website yet, but we will change that soon. You can have a look at the magazine for free here.
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Happy World Heritage Day, everyone!
Keep in mind, that Cultural Heritage is ours to preserve and protect. Fight senseless destruction!
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Part of our ongoing project is this little item. Who knows what that might be? Leave your suggestions in the comments!
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We made a small update to our website. Does it still work for you?
In the last couple days we worked on a new website-system. If everything worked as it was intended, you should not see any changes at all. We changed to a CMS-based website-system to ease our work and have some more control over all the projects we have published so far.
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Win this book!
With a little luck, you can win this book by John Julius Norwich published by Thames & Hudson this November. Cities that shaped the Ancient World is an anthology of ancient cities, that had a major impact on our shared history. The hard-cover book has 240 pages and 151 illustrations and is ...
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Free PDF: The visualisation of Uruk!
During the last Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies (CHNT18) I held a presentation of the visualisations of Uruk. Finally, the online-publication is out and you can read the article. The visualisation of Uruk (PDF, 800 KB). Also check out the conferences website.
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How can you use a reconstruction as a didactic tool in museums? This December: Conference about Archaeology and Reconstructions!
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I will participate in a conference called “Archäologie und Rekonstruktion” (Archaeology and Reconstruction) held at the Brugsch-Pascha-Saal, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Geschwister-Scholl-Straße 2-8, 10117 Berlin from the 11th to the 12th December 2014. Topic of this conference is to define the ...
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Digitale Archäologie - Visualisierung und Präsentation wissenschaftlicher Theorien und Ergebnisse

Der Begriff „Digitale Archäologie“ bezeichnet eine Spezialdisziplin aller archäologischen Fachbereiche und ist heute aus dem wissenschaftlichen Alltag nicht mehr wegzudenken. Datenbanken, GIS oder AutoCAD sind nur einige Beispiele digitaler Anwendungen, die in der Archäologie Verwendung finden. Immer wichtiger wird auch der Umgang mit moderner 3D-Software. Diese kann u.a. zur Visualisierung archäologischer Ergebnisse benutzt werden und bietet eine ganze Bandbreite von sowohl analytischen Tools, als auch verschiedenen Darstellungsformaten an.

Der Vortrag möchte anhand verschiedener Beispiele der Frage nachgehen, welche Möglichkeiten einem die Nutzung unterschiedlicher 3D-Software bereitstellt. Dabei geht es um die Modellierung von archäologischen Befunden, die Rekonstruktion antiker Architektur sowie die Weiternutzung der erstellten 3D-Daten. Welches waren die spezifischen Anforderungen an die Projekte, wie wurden diese umgesetzt und zu welchen Ergebnissen haben diese geführt?

Der Vortrag möchte anhand verschiedener Beispiele der Frage nachgehen, welche Möglichkeiten einem die Nutzung unterschiedlicher 3D-Software bereitstellt. Dabei geht es um die Modellierung von archäologischen Befunden, die Rekonstruktion antiker Architektur sowie die Weiternutzung der erstellten 3D-Daten. Welches waren die spezifischen Anforderungen an die Projekte, wie wurden diese umgesetzt und zu welchem Ergebnis hat dies geführt?
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Upcoming presentation (in German): "Digitale Archäologie - Visualisierung und Präsentation wissenschaftlicher Theorien und Ergebnisse" at archeoworks3 on the 10th of May! Come by and say hi!
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This project was completed last year and I finally found the time to bring it online. Building E of Uruk is one of the biggest buildings of the ancient city and most certainly one of the most interesting ones. Check out our description and more pictures.
We are a Berlin-based conceptual design agency specialised in the visualisation of archaeological and scientific content.
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We have a winner!
We have a winner! Yanis Diaz from Cottbus has won the lottery for the book “Cities that shaped the ancient World”! We wish you a lot of fun with your new book! Photo: © Yanis Diaz. email. 03/01/2015 / Leave a Comment / Sebastian Hageneuer. Posted in: General / Tagged: Lottery ...
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A very good book, worth a read!
 
In this special feature interview, Ancient History Encyclopedia speaks with Dr. Garry J. Shaw, a British Egyptologist, who teaches at the Egypt Exploration Society in London, UK. Shaw’s latest work is "The #Pharaoh: Life at Court and on Campaign," which highlights the multifarious roles the Egyptian Pharaoh fulfilled within ancient Egyptian civilization. http://ow.ly/EmAZj

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We are a Berlin-based conceptual design agency specialised in the visualisation of archaeological and scientific content.
Our main focus lies in creating informative graphics and animations for exhibitions, conferences, and research projects. Being archaeologists ourselves, the scientific reconstruction and 3D visualisation of ancient architecture is our main area of expertise.