During the exhibition “Uruk – 5000 years of the megacity” an animation of the Seleucid Bit Resh was displayed. We updated our website with the animation, or you can watch it right above!
During the Uruk exhibition, that was displayed in Berlin and Herne during 2013 and 2014, we presented a detailed reconstruction of the Old-Babylonian palace of Sin-kashid. The nearly five minute long animation shows different parts of the palace and includes actual finds from the excavation. Uruk Visualisation Project: The Sin-kashid palace
From the 11th to the 13th of November, the conference about “Cultural Heritage and New Technologies” were held for the 18th time in Vienna. I took part with a contribution about the Uruk visualisations and more importantly, how we should perceive and communicate virtual reconstructions. I learned really a lot the last few days. I […]
The first week of the exhibition was pretty eventful. First, the opening was a full success, many have come to get a first look at the exhibition. We were very happy that everything was ready and of course that our animations were running smoothly. We got a lot of congratulations for which we are very […]
It doesn’t look like much, but these are actually the results of five years of work. The five animations are finally done and ready to implement into the exhibition “Uruk – 5.000 years of the megacity“, which will be open to the public on the 25th of April 2013 in the Pergamonmuseum Berlin. Tomorrow, we […]
We are not only visualising archaeological content, we are interested in all kinds of science and this time we dove into the depths of physics and chemistry. Inspired by the first episode of Crash Course Chemistry by Hank Green, I visualised a simplified model of a silver atom. The theoretic model of this atom was […]
For a while now, we have been working on several reconstructions for the Uruk Visualisation Project. On our website you will find examples from the Late Uruk Period as well as the Seleucid Period. Besides that, we visualised the ziggurat of the Ur-III Period as well as the famous White Temple, the Stone-Cone Building and the Sin-kashid […]
We updated the project page of the Stone-Cone building and added the final video. It shows the complete construction and reconstruction of the Stone-Cone building, from its complex foundation design to reflections about its inner installations. The video was made for a conference talk, so there is no sound, labels or explanations. Go and check it out!
We just finished a new animation project! The five-minute film shows the detailed construction of the Stone-Cone Building in Uruk beginning with digging the ditch for the foundation and ending with the finished building enclosed by surrounding walls. At the moment we only show some stills of the film, but you can read all about […]