Reconstructing Cim Basilica

Dear friends, In this last post about the 3D reconstruction and digital restoration of the Early Christian basilica of Cim I am going to talk about the reconstruction of the building. The reconstruction moved from the volt of the apsis that was slightly irregular as its diameter was 2,40 m while its length was 2,98 m. In coeval … Continue reading Reconstructing Cim Basilica

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Early Christian Decorations

Dear friends, the last fragments belonging to Cim basilica that we have digitally restored were a stone bas-relief decorated with a peacock and an engraved capital decorated with a cross. The first element was probably the decoration of a lintel, while the second, considering its peculiar shape, was probably supporting the transenna in a mullioned window. In order to digitally … Continue reading Early Christian Decorations

Reconstructing an Early Christian altar fence

Dear friends, Today I want to share with you some more information about the reconstruction on Cim basilica. Once that we defined the possible layout of the architectonic elements in the sacred area, we had to reconstruct them on the basis of the archaeological finds. The entire reconstruction moved from the dimensions of an engraved stone … Continue reading Reconstructing an Early Christian altar fence

Digital Museum Expo Bruxelles – Beyond 3D Digitisation: Applications of 3D Technology in Cultural Heritage

DME_Bruxelles

Dear Friends, I am happy to invite you to Digital Museum Expo - Bruxelles, organised by V-MusT Competence Centre in cooperation with the 3D-ICONS project, on 12 and 13 March 2015 in the Royal Museums of Arts and History in Bruxelles. The colloquium and the workshop focus on the impact of 3D digital assets for … Continue reading Digital Museum Expo Bruxelles – Beyond 3D Digitisation: Applications of 3D Technology in Cultural Heritage

Creative Industries & Cultural Heritage – Innovative ways of capturing the past

Dear friends, On Friday, November 28 my colleague Dries Nollet and me will discuss about new developments for experiencing the past at the Seminar on Creative Industries & Cultural Heritage - Innovative ways of capturing the past organized in Bruxelles by Skåne European Office. You can find here the programme of the seminar. More information … Continue reading Creative Industries & Cultural Heritage – Innovative ways of capturing the past

Virtex presented at Balkan Museums without Barriers

Last week I was invited to Sarajevo to present the Virtex technology during the conferences "Balkan Museums without Barriers: Continuing to develop disabled people’s access to museums and heritage in the Western Balkans". The event, organised by Cultural Heritage without Borders and Balkan Museum Network, focused on access and inclusion of disabled people in museums. … Continue reading Virtex presented at Balkan Museums without Barriers

Cim: find a solution for interpretation issues

3D Revisualisation of the altar of Cim Basilica

Dear friends, in today's post I am going to describe you the research and interpretation work that lead us to the digital reconstruction of the presbytery of Cim basilica. During the archaeological survey of the area around the basilica a great amount of carved fragments were found. Some of them revealed amazing and rich decoration, … Continue reading Cim: find a solution for interpretation issues

Exploring Cim

I want to share with you a short video on the opening of Keys to Rome in Sarajevo... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MS2Jnvig1UI maybe for some of you it won't be easy to understand the interview, but you will see very well how you can explore the Basilica of Cim by using a natural interaction application.

Cim Basilica @ Keys to Rome

3D Revisualisation of the altar of Cim Basilica

Dear friends,   I really have to apologise with you for not being constant on posting on this blog. Before resuming the thread of my speech on the restoration of the altar of Cim Basilica, I would like to announce you that the final work is currently on display in the Keys To Rome exhibition. … Continue reading Cim Basilica @ Keys to Rome