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Client: Syro – Hungarian Archaeological Mission (SHAM)
Format: CD for archaeological documentation

Margat (Al-Marqab) castle 360° Virtual Tour

This project is a result of cooperation of two teams.

  • Photography, photogrammetry (elevations, sections and floor plans): ART'V Mérnöki Iroda (József Vajda József, Ilona Győrfi).
  • Panoramic image post-processing, virtual tour and software development: 3dtour.eu (Csaba Legány)

A few years ago a Hungarian archeological team discovered very important medieval frescoes in the chapel of the crusader castle in Margat, Syria. These unique frescoes depict the scenes of punishment in hell and they are actually the largest frescoes ever discovered of such kind. Our task was to document this medieval treasure and the ongoing excavation and reconstruction works during 2010 and 2011. The final product, the Margat castle 360° virtual tour was completed in 2012.

 

Number of panoramic images: 14

Languages: English, Hungarian

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This project is a result of cooperation of two teams.

  • Photography, photogrammetry (elevations, sections and floor plans): ART'V Mérnöki Iroda (József Vajda József, Ilona Győrfi).
  • Panoramic image post-processing, virtual tour and software development: 3dtour.eu (Csaba Legány)

The castle of Kisnána was built on the spot of an 11th century rotunda (rounded church) by Kompolti family during the 13th to 15th century. Nowdays the  keep and the tower of the gothic church remind us about the former glory of the building. Restoration and documentation works carried out in 2010 were financed by the EU, one part of this project was to create the first 3D virtual tour ever shot about a Hungarian castle. It not only documents the ongoing restoration process, but also clarifies building history.

Castle in Kisnána

 

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