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Visualization and animation of the roman fortress in Aalen

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By order of the city of Aalen and the Archaologische Landesmuseum Baden-Württemberg we visualize for the Limesmuseum the largest roman fortress of the horsemen north of the alps of the 2 nd century A.D.

During a workshop in the Limesmuseum in Aalen in September 2003 a couple of selected companies from southern Germany and the Rhineland did

present a demonstration of their capabilities. As a result the Digital Archaeology did get the assignment for this interesting large scale project.

Aside from the detailed digital reconstruction of the fortress we also create a landscape
model of 2500 square kilometers  that will give an impression of the whole area of settlement with the Limes, neighbouring fortresses, streets, villas etc.

Regarding the size and demand for high quality this project is without precedent so far.

Various techniques and procedures will have to be developed to handle the enourmos amount of data. 
After completion of the extension of the Limesmuseum in the autumn of 2005, the 3D-animations will be presented in the remodeled media room as a significant part of a large scale multivision-presentation.  Excerpts will also be shown on two large scale displays in the exhibit rooms

to the city of Aalen
to the ''Archäologisches Landesmuseum''
to the Limes Museum Aalen

Last Update: 11.7.2014 © by Digitale Archäologie