Monthly Archives: March 2016

The UCL ISH group alongside Adam Munthe, the owner of Hellens.

UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage Field Trip

By Martin Michette and Alexandra Bridarolli This year’s UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage field trip took place during National Science Week. As in previous years, it involved a week of investigation and discovery for the current cohort of MRes students at the historic house of Hellens. Located in the Herefordshire countryside, Hellens is rich in a […]

2nd International SEAHA Conference

2nd International Conference on Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage, and Archaeology (SEAHA) Hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 20-21 June 2016 The 2nd International Conference on Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage, and Archaeology will be held at the University of Oxford School of Geography […]

Digital surrogate of Lamassu

Gone here, born in the digital world: challenges of lost heritage digitization

By Vladimir Vilde Once a heritage site is lost, only textual descriptions, drawings and occasionally photographs remain. Nowadays, 3D models play an increasing role as a visualisation medium. They can provide an immersive experience that reflects the original appearance of a site [1]. Since these models are born and stored digitally, they can include metadata […]

Water and historical buildings: modelling from the global- to micro-scale

By Scott Allan Orr In celebration of British Science Week (11–20 March 2016), we are highlighting some heritage science projects, news, and topics that may be of interest. Many people are interested in the interplay between moisture and historical buildings to understand the governing physical principles and inform conservation policy. This is especially pertinent in […]

3D Imaging of Cultural Heritage

In celebration of British Science Week (11-20 March), we are highlighting some heritage science projects, news, and topics that may be of interest. Today, we are highlighting a project “3D Models for Cultural Heritage: Beyond Plain Visualization” that focuses on the use of 3D techniques to aid in the reconstruction and restoration of a terracotta sculpture damaged […]