Heritage Visualisation is a specialist pathway of the MSc in Visualisation. MSc Heritage Visualisation aims to develop the knowledge and skill sets required to deliver and conduct digital documentation of world heritage sites and to create a unique opportunity to combine heritage with state of the art digital technologies, including 3D laser scanning, digital reconstruction of historic sites and artefacts, and interaction and visualisation using virtual and augmented reality.
This pathway enables students to understand the process of creating original 3D datasets of cultural objects and sites, to reconstruct and present immersive visualisation with interactive narratives, and provide a novel approach to foster multi-disciplinary study.
Students explore a rich range of ways in which modern digital technologies can allow us to appreciate the past in different ways, and this year’s cohort is no exception – from storytelling with digital games or augmented reality and papercraft, to exploring the use of audio in digital heritage environments.
Agnes Kener, MSc Heritage Visualisation. The Library Cave Opens is a short video game-like experience about Hungarian-British explorer and archaeologist Aurel Stein’s stay at the Caves of the Thousand Buddhas →
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