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In 2011, Heritage Technology was commissioned by the Royal Archaeological Institute to conduct a process of digitisation involving 120 volumes of the Archaeological Journal, its annual archaeological review publication. The Archaeological Journal was first published in 1843 and presents the results of archaeological and architectural survey and fieldwork on sites and monuments of all periods, in additional to syntheses and overviews of archaeology in the British Isles.

  • Digitisation

The Temple Newsam Estate required a 3D reconstruction of the house and environs for its 'Work and Play' exhibition of April 2007. The project aimed to produce a 3D flythrough of the house and associated formal gardens to compliment the existing exhibition material that detailed the Estate in the late 17th/early 18th centuries. A 1699 sketch by Jan Kip, showing the house, formal gardens and surrounding deer park and estate buildings, provided the basis for the reconstruction.

  • Historic 3D visualisation

Heritage Technology was commissioned by the Harewood Estate in 2008 to produce a reconstruction of Gawthorpe Hall - the manor house, demolished in 1773, that preceded the current day Harewood House. The reconstruction would form the basis of a fly-through movie that would be housed on a touchscreen system as part of the Harewood Estate 'Work and Play' exhibition.

  • Historic 3D visualisation

The partnership between leading archaeological journal Antiquity and Heritage Technology is set to continue into 2013 under the journal's new editorship.

  • Web design

University of York student-run archaeology journal The Post Hole has developed a new website in partnership with Heritage Technology.

  • Web design

Heritage Technology is developing an online database to help the Council for British Archaeology monitor their planning application responses.

  • Web design

Heritage Technology was commissioned in 2011 to produce a series of animated 3D fly-throughs and a touchscreen interface detailing the Harewood Estate, near Leeds, in the 17th century. The fly-throughs explored the estate church of All Saints', cared for by The Churches Conservation Trust, and the ruined Harewood Castle. The earlier Gawthorpe Hall collaboration between the Harewood Estate and Heritage Technology was also included.

  • Historic 3D visualisation

Heritage Technology supplies 3D visualisation for an ongoing multi-phase interpretation project at Holy Trinity Micklegate, York, that explores the medieval priory that once dominated the area. Presented on a touchscreen in Holy Trinity church, the resource utilises character animation, sound and music to bring the priory to life and provide an engaging, accessible experience for visitors of all ages and knowledge-backgrounds.

  • Historic 3D visualisation
  • Digital interactives
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