The Victoria Theatre 3D Reconstruction Project was launched at the Victoria Theatre in Perkins Street, Newcastle on Tuesday 13 November 2018. Gaute Rasmussen and Vendela Pento from the UON’s IT Innovation Team were in involved in creating the VR experience, along with UON Archivist Gionni di Gravio and others in the community. Hunter Living Histories … More Victoria Theatre VR Launch – 13 Nov 2018
Standing on the shoulders of giants / Sulle spalle dei giganti 20th INTERNATIONAL ROCK ART CONGRESS IFRAO 2018 VALCAMONICA Darfo Boario Terme (BS) Italia 29 August – 2 September 2018 The 20th International Rock Art Conference was located in picturesque Darfo Boario Terme in the province of Brescia, in Lombardy, northern Italy. Delegates from around the … More 20th INTERNATIONAL ROCK ART CONGRESS IFRAO 2018
Here are two of the latest fly throughs of Newcastle as it looked in 1818 and 1830 respectively. Both created by 3D artist Charles Martin in December 2013 and January 2014 as part of his work on the 3D Virtual Newcastle Time Machine. This work was made possible by the kind generosity of the Vera … More 3D Virtual Hunter Project – Newcastle in 1818 and 1830
At the first meeting of the Coal River Working Party for this year, held on the 3rd of February, 3D Virtual Newcastle creator Charles Martin gave University benefactor Vera Deacon, a presentation on the progress to date on the the 3D model of early Newcastle. Cultural Collections in the Auchmuty Library were able to provide … More 3D Virtual Newcastle – What Charles and Vera Achieved in 34 days of 2013
The next stage of the eagerly anticipated 3D Virtual Newcastle project is set to begin in August 2013. Thanks to the kind generous donors to the Vera Deacon Regional History Fund, the University is able to engage 3D Design & Illustration artist Charles Martin to add greater detail to his original models and flythroughs launched … More Next Stage of 3D Virtual 1820 Newcastle Set To Proceed
If you have an interest in 3D mapping for research and teaching, or just want to have a look at the work of Charles Martin and his Virtual Newcastle from 1830, you are very welcome to come along to the next meeting of the Coal River Working Party to discuss construction of a Newcastle Time … More Virtual Newcastle circa 1800 -1830 AD
Andrew Cavill is a 5th Year Architecture student at the University of Newcastle that has chosen to design an interpretative centre for the Coal River Heritage Precinct as his final year project.
Many years ago, in the late 1990s I attended a Heritage Seminar Workshop at the University’s Design Studios. One of the presenters (Mr George Drewery) that day handed out CDrom copies of a Virtual Convict Lumber Yard that he created as a 3D Quicktime Movie display. It was a great piece of work and we … More The Virtual Convict Lumber Yard circa 1840