Gestión integral de un Proyecto de Reconstrucción Virtual para una exposición en un Museo

Diego Sagasti Mota, Sara Sillaurren, José Daniel Gómez de Segura


In the work of historical reconstruction, the accuracy, fidelity and historic accuracy of what is shown are essential elements. Increasingly, virtual reconstruction is taking a relevance position in exhibitions and archaeology museums. The experts in virtual reconstruction are gaining in importance in the exhibitions designing. But they still need a permanent feedback on the part of the archaeologists to be sure that reconstruction is adjusted to the reality and is worthy of being presented in a museum. We present our project for creation of a virtual exhibition for the archaeological museum of Vitoria (Spain).We use different types of audiovisual material to rebuild and tell the story of the humans who inhabited the north of the Iberian peninsula since the 300,000 b.C until today.


Reconstruction; Virtual; Museum; Exhibition

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Virtual Archaeology Review  vol: 3  issue: 7  first page: 102  year: 2012  
doi: 10.4995/var.2012.4402

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