Tag: Luxor Temple

Tutorial (1 entry/entries)

Jun 19, 2020

Photoshop One-on-one – General functions and a specific use-case of the updated Warp Tool

The Warp Transform Tool has been part of Photoshop for a long time, and it had remained mostly unchanged since its introduction until last year, when Adobe updated its Creative Cloud software suite for 2020.

Krisztián Vértes

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Project (2 entry/entries)

Apr 17, 2020

Modeling the Past: Creating 3D Models from Archival Imagery

Since the inception of photography, Egypt and its monuments have found themselves the subject of countless photographers, not to mention millions upon millions of tourists. The photogrammetric processes used to generate 3D datasets...

Owen Murray

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Apr 22, 2021

Documenting the Amenhotep III Wall Scene LD177 at Luxor Temple (Part 4) - From Model Creation to Presentation

This article will look at preliminary work adapting for-print 2D data for online 3D presentation and reflect on questions of how, when, and where these technologies can be used, and how such technologies intersect with the needs, aims, and ethos of the Chicago House approach.

Owen Murray and Alexis Pantos

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Reading (1 entry/entries)

May 28, 2021

Gentleman Scholar and Pioneering Artist - Sir John Gardner Wilkinson’s Remarkable Contribution to Egyptology

In the second entry of our Evolution of Epigraphy series, we go back to the rediscovery of Egypt following the Napoleonic Wars, when epigraphic methods were yet to be conceived and early scholars could rely only on their observation skills and artistic talents to convey the magnificence of the ancient monuments.

Júlia Schmied

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Epigraphy Snippet (19 entry/entries)

Sketchfab (1 entry/entries)

Jul 10, 2020

Recreating the East Wall of the Hall of Offerings in Luxor Temple c. 1930, presented in 3D

The 3D model of the East Wall of the Hall of Offerings in Luxor Temple circa 1930 is a testament to how archival film negatives can be integrated with more recent digital images to reconstruct how a monument would have appeared in the past.

Created by the Epigraphic Survey

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