Madinat Al-Zahra. La Ciudad Brillante La investigación como difusión

Irene Montilla Torres, Antonio Vallejo Triano


As Madinat al-Zahra grows with the opening of its new Museum, it required a huge increase within the diffusion resources used until that precise moment in order to explain the caliphal city. One of the chosen options was to create an audiovisual presentation which, on the base of computer graphics and compiling the results of the research developed on the last decades in the Archaeological Site, shall offer a scientifically rigorous explanation and, at the same time, easy to understand for a diverse audience. This tool so becomes in a powerful instrument in order to transfer scientific knowledge to society.


Madinat Al-Zahra; Research; Knowledge transfer; Computer graphics

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