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authors Chan, C., Maves, J. and Cruz-Neira, C.
year 1999
title An Electronic Library for Teaching Architectural History
source CAADRIA '99 [Proceedings of The Fourth Conference on Computer Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia / ISBN 7-5439-1233-3] Shanghai (China) 5-7 May 1999, pp. 335-344
summary This research project developed an electronic library of significant buildings chosen to represent seven selected periods of Western architectural history: Egyptian (Mortuary temple of Queen Hatshepsut), Greek (Parthenon), Roman (Pantheon), Romanesque (Speyer Cathedral), Gothic (Notre Dame Cathedral), Renaissance (Tempietto), and Modern (Des Moines Art Center). All buildings were reconstructed in their original or intended forms based on plans, drawings, photographs, and historical texts. Two products were generated by this project: (1) materials to be displayed on the World Wide Web, including rendered still images for perception, movies for a visual guide, and Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML) models for user navigation; and (2) virtual reality (VR) models to be displayed in the C2 (an improved version of the Cave Automatic Virtual Environment or CAVE facility). The benefits of these VR models displayed on the Web and in the C2 are their easy accessibility at any time from various geographic locations and the immersive experience that enhances viewersĖ understanding of the effects of spatial proportions on form and of colors on materials.
series CAADRIA
more http://archvr.design.iastate.edu/miller
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100%; open Bottineau, Y. (1967) Find in CUMINCAD Notre-Dame de Paris and the Sainte-Chapelle , Allen, London
100%; open Fletcher, B. (1987) Find in CUMINCAD A history of architecture , Musgrave J. (ed), Sir Banister Fletcher's A history of architecture, 19th edition, Butterworths, London
100%; open Furnari, M. (1995) Find in CUMINCAD Formal Design in Renaissance Architecture from Brunelleschi to Palladio , Rizzoli, New York, p. 79
100%; open Gall, E. (1963) Find in CUMINCAD Cathedrals and Abbey Churches of the Rhine , Harry H. Abrams Inc., New York, pp. 26-27
100%; open Jordan, R.F. (1970) Find in CUMINCAD A Concise History of Western Architecture , Harcourt, Brace & World, New York, pp. 17-20
100%; open King, T.H. (1868) Find in CUMINCAD The Study-Book of Medieval Architecture and Art , Henry Sotheran and Co., London
100%; open Loviot, B. (1994) Find in CUMINCAD Reconstruction of the Parthenon , Tournikiotis P. (ed), The Parthenon and its Impact in Modern Times, Melissa Publishing House, Athens, pp. 274-275
100%; open MacDonald, W.L. (1965) Find in CUMINCAD The Architecture of the Roman Empire , Volume 1: An Introductory Study, Yale University Press, New Haven
100%; open MacDonald, W.L. (1976) Find in CUMINCAD The Pantheon: Design, Meaning and Progeny , Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, p. 23
100%; open Mark, R. (1990) Find in CUMINCAD Light, Wind and Structure: The Mystery of the Master Builders, , MIT Press, Cambridge, MA
100%; open Naville, E. (1895) Find in CUMINCAD The Temple of Deir El Bahari , Offices of the Egypt Exploration Fund, London, pp. 1-6
100%; open Portoghesi, P. (1972) Find in CUMINCAD Rome of the Renaissance , Phaidon, London, p. 55

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