Simulating 24 hours at medieval Angkor Wat

A digital exhibition presented by Monash University library, March–June 2017, Hargrave-Andrew Library

Tom Chandler, Brent McKee, Elliot Wilson, Mike Yeates, Chandara Ung, Kingsley Stephens, Martin Polkinghorne, Roland Fletcher

Research output: Non-textual formDigital Creative WorkOther

Abstract

This project is based upon the evidence-based creation of many individual 3D models, from bronze trees to temples to walking figures. The 3D visualisations and 3D interactive scenes created by the Visualising Angkor Project draw upon a wide range of archaeological and historical data, from bas reliefs, architectural and textile studies to botanical references gleaned from epigraphy and the extensive archaeological mapping of Greater Angkor. Taken together, these many 3D models make up a virtual library that can be patterned to visualise hypothetical reconstructions drawn from historical texts and archaeological surveys.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 2017
Externally publishedYes

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Chandler, T. (Author), McKee, B. (Author), Wilson, E. (Author), Yeates, M. (Author), Ung, C. (Author), Stephens, K. (Author), ... Fletcher, R. (Author). (2017). Simulating 24 hours at medieval Angkor Wat: A digital exhibition presented by Monash University library, March–June 2017, Hargrave-Andrew Library. Digital Creative Work
Chandler, Tom (Author) ; McKee, Brent (Author) ; Wilson, Elliot (Author) ; Yeates, Mike (Author) ; Ung, Chandara (Author) ; Stephens, Kingsley (Author) ; Polkinghorne, Martin (Author) ; Fletcher, Roland (Author). / Simulating 24 hours at medieval Angkor Wat : A digital exhibition presented by Monash University library, March–June 2017, Hargrave-Andrew Library. [Digital Creative Work].
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