Culture in Crisis and Digital Reproduction at the V&A

While following the issue of digital documentation, reproduction and in particular its use to record at risk cultural heritage I was very interested to attend a conference and workshop event at the V&A in early December, which discussed [...]

Culture in Crisis and Digital Reproduction at the V&A2020-04-05T18:18:24+01:00

Reconstruction or Ruin: Conserving Destroyed Heritage

Having been linking articles and writing on the subject of virtual reconstruction Bamyian Buddhas,  replicas Tutankhamun: Tomb Reconstruction, and 3D digital recording Digital Archaeology on this blog, this recent article from The Art Newspaper by Robert Bevan, author of [...]

Reconstruction or Ruin: Conserving Destroyed Heritage2020-04-05T18:03:53+01:00

3D Replica and the Search for the Tomb of Nefertiti

The search for a hidden tomb behind a wall of Tutankhamun's burial chamber: Tutankhamun's Tomb: Evidence Grows for Hidden Chamber, last week resulted in the announcement by Egypt's antiquities minister Mamdouh Eldamaty that there is an 'approximately 90 [...]

3D Replica and the Search for the Tomb of Nefertiti2020-04-05T18:55:47+01:00