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Hanoi village temple conserved using interactive 3D technology

Hanoi village temple conserved using interactive 3D technology

Tuesday, November 01, 2016, 15:38 GMT+7

A 3D interactive model of an entire village temple in Hanoi has been constructed, making it the first major national relic to undergo this type of conservation in Vietnam.

The model is the result of a research project employing 3D technology in the conservation of relics by Hanoi youth Nguyen Tri Quang.

Quang used Virtual Reality 3D (VR3D) technology to reconstruct the temple of Tien Le Village, Tien Yen Commune, Hoai Duc District.

His digital model of the temple, which is viewable via a web browser without any additional software, allows viewers to interact with the temple by turning and viewing cross sections of the building at will by adjusting integrated slides.

The model is able to replicate even the smallest of details with cracks in floor tiles or wood fibers thanks to 3D scanning, which took Quang’s research team over two years of experimentation and four months of execution to complete.

The 3D technology is intended to aid the conservation of relics throughout Vietnam by quickly detecting faulty restoration works, while at the same time making the relics more accessible to the public.

Xem clip công nghệ tương tác 3D Đình Tiền Lệ

The interactive 3D model of Tien Le Village Temple in Hanoi

A clip illustrating the interactive 3D model of Tien Le Village Temple in Hanoi

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