What is Heritage and Architectural Reconstruction?
Heritage and Architectural Reconstruction refer to an innovative Augmented Reality technique that combines the real world with digital visualizations to provide a compelling and immersive experience of historical sites, ancient ruins, or architectural wonders as they existed in the past. This technology offers a unique opportunity to virtually reconstruct and visualize buildings or structures that may no longer exist or have undergone significant changes over time.
With Heritage and Architectural Reconstruction, users can use a mobile device or AR headset to view a live video feed of a real-world location, such as an archaeological site or historical building. Overlaid onto this real view is a layer of digital content, which includes 3D models, textures, and animations, recreating the appearance and features of the site in its former glory. This technique creates a captivating illusion of witnessing the reconstruction of ancient structures, enabling viewers to virtually step back in time and explore historical settings with a new perspective.