Virtual Heritage is the oldest and largest repository of documents, news and information relating to heritage and technology. Operating since 1997, it has been designed to be an authoritative information portal for the utilisation of technology for the education, interpretation, conservation and preservation of Natural, Cultural and World Heritage.

Virtual Heritage is the oldest and largest repository of documents, news and information relating to heritage and technology. Operating since 1997, it has been designed to be an authoritative information portal for the utilisation of technology for the education, interpretation, conservation and preservation of Natural, Cultural and World Heritage.

Visualising the Guild Chapel, Stratford-upon-Avon: digital models as research tools in buildings archaeology

Visualising the Guild Chapel, Stratford-upon-Avon: digital models as research tools in buildings archaeology

CyArk Group Makes 3D Backups of 500 World Landmarks (with images, tweets) · JohnnyKnox · Storify

Officially launched on Oct. the CyArk 500 Challenge aims to digitally preserve 500 at-risk cultural heritage sites around the world for the next five years. Mount Rushmore is one of the sites already preserved. Image courtesy of CyArk.

Mission - CyArk OMG CAN I PLEASE WORK FOR YOU?!?!?!

Digitally preserving and sharing the world's cultural heritage.

Illustrated reconstruction of Pompeii, from a CyArk/University of Ferrara research partnership, of how the Temple of Apollo may have looked before Mt. Vesuvius erupted

Pompeii - Illustrated reconstruction, from a CyArk/University of Ferrara research partnership, of how the Temple of Apollo may have looked before Mt.

VIDEO: Fly through 3D history of Newcastle

THESE breathtaking three-dimensional bird's-eye views of the infant colony of Newcastle will enthral computer buffs and history enthusiasts alike.

The gaol and Newcastle Beach with the windmill and obelisk in the distance. (Coal River Working Party http://coalriver.files.wordpress.com/2...

It may soon be possible to take a 'virtual walk' through the Newcastle of thanks to a project underway by the University of Newcastle and Coal River Working Party.


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