Saturday, 31 May 2008


The fun in my COFA courses continues, thinking through reconstructions and interpretations of historical data. I enjoyed doing my last assignment where I was looking at a 3D video reconstruction taking place in ancient Rome around one of the city gates. I was looking specifically at how they may have used banners, flags, even awnings around their stone and brick architecture and then blending that with the pomp of a returning military force and the celebration of the citizens.


The Collaboration Studio is proving fascinating, my group is starting to pull the Unreal3 environment pieces together now and as each week goes by things get more exciting. (pics to come)

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