Author: Nicoló Dell’Unto, Ing-Marie Nilsson† and Jes Wienberg. |
Time travel is often associated with popular mediation. This article demonstrates how time travel using digital visualisation may also be a useful tool for research. The case study involves the medieval cathedral and monastery of Dalby in Sweden with a twelfth-century crypt and font. The crypt may have functioned as a baptismal chapel in the Middle Ages. Digital 3D techniques, including terrestrial laser scanner and image-based 3D modelling, are used to reconstruct the original architecture of the crypt and to conduct simulations of the use of the space during the liturgy.
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