It was constructed during the reign of Augustus in the 1st century A.D by Memmius, the grand son of dictator Sulla. One can see the figures of his father and grandfather on the blocks today. The structure has four facades, in the 4th century A.D, a square fountain was built on the northwest facade.
The rendering of the monument will illustrate the Ephesus part of the book series ‘La aventura de la arqueología’ from Tecam, RBA, National Geographic.
This street took its name from the priests who were called as Curetes later. There were fountains, monuments, statues and shops on the sides of the street. It was an important processional way to the Artemision.
The rendering of the street will illustrate the Ephesus part of the book series ‘La aventura de la arqueología’ from Tecam, RBA, National Geographic.
One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, it was completely rebuilt three times before its final destruction in 401 AD. Only foundations and sculptural fragments of the latest of the temples at the site remain.
The rendering of the temple will illustrate the Ephesus part of the book series ‘La aventura de la arqueología’ from Tecam, RBA, National Geographic.
Tecam, a Spanish publisher asked me to virtually reconstruct the famous Celsus library. The rendering of the library will illustrate the Ephesus part of the book series ‘La aventura de la arqueología’ from Tecam, RBA, National Geographic.
The Aquincum legionary fortress was one of my first virtual reconstruction. The publisher of the book selected the reconstruction of the southern gate overlaid on the photo of the ruin of the gate as the cover of the book.
A book publisher contacted me to visualize the area of the Március 15.-e square in Budapest in the Roman era. I used my Contra Aquincum reconstruction model and updated the surrounding of the fort with foliage, ships, buildings, roads, people, carts. On the second image you can see the area as now with the fort superimposed.
Work in progress, when finished, it will have a dedicated site.
Leading archaeologist Olivér Gábor wanted to visualize the history of Pécs for a long time. He contacted me in 2012 to talk about a virtual reconstruction of Sopianae at the end of the IV. century AD. We wanted to show not just the grand and luxurious side of the city, but also the everyday life of the average citizen. The visitor should walk freely in the virtually reconstructed city, discover the scenes in his/her own pace.
The work started in the end of 2013 with collecting the available data, publications, photos, drawings.
21 objects, coins, glasses, samian wares, iron tools destined for showcasing both in the permanent exhibition and in the reconstruction were photographed from all angles to aid the 3D modelling process.
Out of 8 possible scenes a palace, a city house with bath, and a square with a granary and shops were chosen for the first round.
Visitors can control a virtual time traveler, walk and look around like in an fps video game. In the vicinity of a featured artifact an outline indicates that it is clickable, if done so the screen changes to a showroom with the enlarged object and it’s description.
Characters were based on real life people.
client: Directorate of Baranya County Museums
leading archaeologist: Olivér Gábor
reconstruction: Ádám Németh
building models: Ádám Németh
object models: Ádám Németh, Péter Király, Béla Kotroczó, Ákos Halász, Attila Mucska, Rudolf Béres, Csaba Borbély, Endre Számel
music: Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com
Contact me: info atsign virtualreconstruction.com
Made with Unreal Engine 4
An interview with the curator, and usage of the application: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlVgrMwaWKk
I started this project out of personal curiosity. I was interested in:
3D model of the limescale block.