On the 19-20 April 2017, members of the University’s Hunter Living Histories presented an overview of twenty years of work creating the 3D Virtual Newcastle Time Machine at the Digital Cultural Heritage: FUTURE VISIONS Conference in Brisbane. The proceedings for the digital cultural heritage: FUTURE VISIONS Brisbane conference are now available online at: https://digitalculturalheritageconference.com/proceedings/ The … More Digital Cultural Heritage: FUTURE VISIONS Conference
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
The Novocastrian Time Machine is an augmented reality narrative infrastructure design concept by Julie Martin for Watt Street in Newcastle (Australia). Julie Martin is Creative Director for Virtual Reality Entertainment Systems Pty Ltd who prepared the concept for City of Newcastle Council’s City Evolutions Project that aims to install art installations in Watt Street to … More The Novocastrian Time Machine
One of our final year Master of Architecture students Mr Andrew Cavill has, for the past year, been working on a design for an iconic interpretation, discovery and learning centre at the Coal River Heritage Precinct in Newcastle East. ‘The Midden’, as it has been called, officially went on Exhibition this week. On behalf of … More ‘The Midden’ is Launched
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.
Here are some links to the 3D experiments provided by Standford University in the United States. They have an algorithm that can create 3d imagery from a 2d photograph. I sent them a number of early paintings of Nobbys and the Coal River Heritage Precinct. If you are viewing these images through Internet Explorer, you … More Experiments in Coal River 3D