Till, Rupert, Taylor, Andrew and Unver, Ertu (2010) Digital 3D model reconstruction of Stonehenge phase 3c. In: TAG 2010: The 32nd Annual Conference of the Theoretical Archaeology Group, 17-19 December 2010, University of Bristol, UK. (Unpublished)

This Poster exhibition is a rendering of a 3D digital model using 3D modeling & animation software for reconstruction of Stonehenge phase 3c. It was created to illustrate how the Stonehenge phase3c may have looked during the final phase dated c.1300 B.C. The 3D model created is used for visulisation and also to create an accurate acoustic model of Stonehenge using Odeon software where acoustic properties of the stones and space is simulated, so is a kind of by-product of other research. Project also investigates the potentials of the materiality, ethnography and anthropology of the different peoples who lived , worked together at Stonehenge for over 4000 years. Archive plans and maps of Stonehenge were sourced from English Heritage National Monuments record.

Poster Exhibition of 3D Stonehenge
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