Tag / Uruk Visualisation-Project

Conference: Archäologie und Rekonstruktion

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 term “reconstruction” in the field of archaeology as well as to talk about the methodology of visualisation. […]

Published: Cities that shaped the Ancient World

The reconstruction of the White Temple on the Anu Ziggurat was published in a brand new anthology by John Julius Norwich. In this book, ancient cities from all over the world are described. Of course, the beginning is made by… Uruk! Norwich, J.J. (Ed.) 2014: Cities that shaped the Ancient World, London: Thames & Hudson.

Uruk animation of the DLR

Besides our animations during the exhibition “Uruk – 5000 years of megacity”, there was also one made by the “Deutsche Luft- und Raumfahrtgesellschaft” (DLR). We provided the models and the DLR created a flight through space down to Iraq and into Uruk, during the Seleucid Period. You can find the animation and a comprehensive description […]

Project online: Uruk in the 21st century… BCE!

This is the last missing part of our Uruk exhibition material. The reconstruction of Uruk during the 3rd dynasty of Ur was actually a long finished project, but was enriched by a loose, lifelike reconstruction of the city for the exhibition “Uruk – 5000 years of megacity”. You can read everything about the project on […]

Project Update: The Late Uruk Period Animation

One of our longer animation for the exhibition “Uruk – 5000 years megacity” was the one explaining the Late Uruk Period. We updated our project page of the Late Uruk Period and finally added the animation for you to watch. You’ll find it at the top here or at the bottom of the project page. […]

New (but old) project online: The Sin-kashid palace of Uruk

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

Interview about 3D reconstruction in Archaeology

Last Thursday, Deutschlandradio Kultur was broadcasting a 5-minute report about 3D visualisations in Archaeology and our contribution to the Uruk exhibition. Nicola Crüsemann, the curator of the Uruk exhibition, was also interviewed. If you want to listen, Deutschlandradio Kultur has kindly allowed us to upload the MP3 of that Interview to our website. If you […]

Preparations for the Uruk exhibition in Herne

Yesterday, I was at the LWL-Museum in Herne to install and check our animations for the exhibition. The preparations are already pretty advanced and the exhibition looks really good! Herne has a lot more space than Berlin had; the exhibition is actually taking up a whole hall. I had a very nice day in the […]

Presentation: The visualisation of Uruk at CHNT

Between the 11th and 13th of November 2013 the Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies (CHNT) is held for the 18th time. The conference takes place in Vienna (Austria) and this year it is dedicated to Urban Archaeology and Correct Documentation. They have this panel called “Visualizing Archaeological Spaces – 3D computer renderings of architectural […]

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