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Gallery 3D-Animations

Medieval Staufen - reconstruction of castle and city3D-Reconstruction of Luthers parents house at Mansfeld3D-Reconstruction of Luthers house at Wittenberg.3D reconstruction of the Roman Zabertal settlements, civilian life behind the Limes line. The animation shows the vici of Güglingen and Meimsheim, the villa rustica of Frauenzimmern and much more. An imposing wall surrounded  this new celtic settlement on the minster hill. This wall (murus gallicus) was - according to Caesar - 6 m high; the trench was 7 m deep and 30 m wide. Around 100 BC, a 150.000 m² unfortified late-celtic settlement stood on the site of the current Novartis-Campus in Basel.Künzing, Reconstruction of Roman camp and vicus created for museum QuintanaVirtual 3D-Reconstruction of the Roman Bathhouse from Heerlen, Netherlands  This about 15 minutes lasting film was created for the Limesmuseum Aalen.Theses Sequences of the Temple of Amun in Naga/Sudan and the pyramid fields near Meroe have been produced for NDR/ARTE and were shown in a documentationFrom a 3D-Laserscan to the reconstructionThis is a pan over a roman cemetery near HeidelbergLittle estate in autumn
The intro of our demo-DVD
From the excavation to the model: The roman basilica in Riegel.(Reconstruction by Dr. Christian Dreier).Roman basilica in Riegel, virtual camera flight(Reconstruction by Dr. Christian Dreier)Pile dwelling at Lake Constance with a section showing the layers of sediment
Impressions of the legionary fortress Novaesium.(CD-ROM "Das Lager der VI. Legion", Clemens-Sels-Museum Neuss 2003)
Little estate in autumn

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