Tag: reconstruction

Beyond 2022 – Reconstructing the past

In December of 2016 we were asked by Trinity College Dublin and Adapt to digitally reconstruct an iconic Irish building that is long gone – The Public Record Office of Ireland at the Four Courts, for the Beyond 2022 project. Although it was destroyed by a massive fire in 1922, just enough information about it […]

Lough Gur Visitor Centre

The renovated and refurbished Lough Gur Visitor Centre opened this month, exploring the long and varied history of the region surrounding this famous Irish lake. Working with Tandem Design, our task was to create a series of narrations and display interfaces to explore the 6,000 years of human habitation in the area, and the rich archaeological […]

Renderus Maximus

For the last few months Noho have been getting their digital hands dirty with a massive model of Ancient Rome. Rome Reborn is an international project based at the University of Virginia, which aims to create a digital model illustrating the entire urban development of ancient Rome. Its director, Bernie Frischer, asked us to get […]

Old Abbey Theatre gets a new life

We’ve recently been working with King’s College London historian Dr. Hugh Denard, Trinity College and the Trinity Long Room Hub on a fantastic project to bring one of Ireland’s first cultural spaces back to life.  The Abbey Theatre, 1904 involves digitally reconstructing Dublin’s original Abbey Theatre as it was on its opening night, 27th December […]