Pilica Synagogue (1747 - 1945) by Wiktoria Gorzelewska [OBJ]

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OBJ
RECONSTRUCTED PERIOD
1747-1945
OBJECT
Object Name
Pilica Synagogue
Object Type
Object Category
Single Built Work
OBJECT LOCATION
OBJECT CITY
City Name
Pilica
MODEL COPYRIGHT
Model License
Universal (CC0 1.0)
AUTHOR(S)
Author Name
Wiktoria Gorzelewska
Author Affiliation
Warsaw University of Technology
Holder (Organization)
Holder Name
Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw Univeristy of Technology
MODEL CREATION
Used Software
sketchup
Modeling Techinque
Polygonal modeling
Creator(s)
Creator Name
Piotr Kuroczyński
Creator Affiliation
Hochschule Mainz - University of Applied Sciences
Creator Role
Scientific Advisor
PROJECT
Project Name
3D Rekonstrukcja Synagog Seminarium wybieralne na 8. semestrze, Studia Architektury na Politechnice Warszawskiej
Project Acronym
3DREKO
Project Purpose(s)
Seminar
Project Outcome(s)
report
3d representation
AR/VR application
Project Time Span
2022-03-17 — 2022-05-19
Project Description

In the course Digital Reconstruction of Lost Architecture, 3D digital reconstruction based on historical sources is taught along with visualization of lost architecture. The topic is the architecture of wooden synagogues in the former Republic of Poland, destroyed during World War II, documented in the collection of the Department of Polish Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology during the interwar inventory. As part of the course, students learn to critically examine historical sources, and 3D modelling on the basis of pictorial representation. Interpretation of sources and hypothetical reconstruction aims to convey the method of digital reconstruction as a research tool and to highlight the potential and challenges in the context of the growing demands of the Digital Humanities. Students thus learn about architectural history, 3D modelling and visualisation through analysis and interpretation of sources. An important topic of the course is the issues of data interoperability, documentation and publication of digital 3D models for far-reaching applications in the fields of urban planning, city management, tourism, etc., among others. (digital city models, AR and VR technologies).

Project Participant(s)
Participant Role
Conceptor
PUBLICATION
Publication Date
Thu, 05/26/2022 - 15:37
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