The Medieval Dublin Project: A Case Study
This paper provides an overview of the Medieval Dublin Project. It covers the development and release of the DVD ‘Medieval Dublin: From Vikings to Tudors (Schools Edition),’ and outlines the major virtual and interactive features developed for that release. The paper also covers the collaboration that took place between the DVD development team and the academic community and discusses the ways in which 3D visualisations, timelines, interactivity and character-based storytelling were used to present Dublin’s archaeological heritage in an engaging and interesting way.
Medieval Dublin: From Vikings to Tudors (Schools Edition) (2007)
CLARKE, H.B. Dublin c. 840 to c. 1540: the Medieval Town in the Modern City (1978; 2nd edn, 2002) [Ordnance Survey map]
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