Digital Reconstructions

Using mod­ern 3D anim­a­tion tech­niques we can visu­al­ize almost every arche­olo­gic­al and his­tor­ic­al situ­ation in real­ist­ic qual­ity. This can be for example:

  • Cam­era flights over recon­struc­ted cities
  • con­struc­tion phases of architecture
  • people and their typ­ic­al activities
  • geo­lo­gic­al devel­op­ment of landscapes
  • col­or­a­tion of fres­coes and carvings
  • lip-sync anim­a­tions


Presentation in museums or other exhibitions

By cre­at­ing digit­al graph­ics, qual­ity prints can be pro­duced in large formats. In addi­tion to purely recon­struc­ted images, even jux­ta­pos­i­tions and trans­itions from yes­ter­day to today in the same per­spect­ive are conceivable.

Applications for Mobil Phones

Using mod­ern pro­gram­ming tech­niques, anim­a­tions, images, inform­a­tion and even 360-degree pan­or­a­mas of vari­ous sites can be com­bined into an inter­act­ive applic­a­tion for mobile devices like iPhone or iPad. These can then be used by vis­it­ors as a mobile travelguide.

Interactive presentations on web sites

All above men­tioned con­tents of exhib­i­tions can also be integ­rated into an inter­act­ive web­site. For example, a map of archae­olo­gic­al sites with a vir­tu­al walk through build­ings is possible.

Illustrations in print media

The high res­ol­u­tion of the 3D-visu­al­iz­a­tions is ideal for illus­tra­tions in magazines and books to under­line information.