Interactive 3D models as interpretation and marketing tools

Virtual reconstructions bring about new insights of our heritage and understanding of our past

Stories, facts, and interpretations can be woven into the digital reconstructions. Buildings can reveal the lives and purposes of the inhabitants, as well as the crafts, customs, and beliefs of the community of which they belonged.

The evolution of settlements; configuration of battlefields; use of land for agriculture; and infrastructure components such as waterworks are core themes that can be brought forward with the digital recreation of vanished heritage.

Vanished heritage may be virtually recreated using information from photographs and old drawings

The scope of a virtual reconstruction may range from sets of small artifacts, to single buildings, interior spaces, landscapes, or complex historical sites. Our approach for each project evaluates the available data sources, intended levels of detail, and channels for dissemination of outcomes. We can develop highly detailed digital models for videos and high resolution images, or optimized versions for online real-time visualization.

The connection between content and digital models reaches out to a variety of technologies, creating a platform for interpretation and advertisement of cultural heritage sites centered on virtual reconstructions. The digital recreation of historical assets promotes opportunities for learning from virtual places, and allows users to experience and interact with simulations from significant moments in history.

Digital reconstructions improve on old ways of marketing tourism by presenting historical locations as significant destinations

As a learning tool a digital reconstruction can showcase the evolution of buildings and lands, demonstrating how history physically unfolds through time. Our scientifically based digital reconstructions brings to our projects experts in fields such as archaeology, history, architecture, and virtual heritage.