Tag: Trinity College Dublin

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 […]

1641 Depositions website

(Image: Prof. Jane Ohlmeyer looks on as Seán Ó Foghlú cuts the ribbon to launch the new website.) Last week we went along to the Science Gallery for the launch of the 1641 Depositions Bridge21 Website. This fantastic new online history resource offers an array of videos, lesson roadmaps and primary documents to schoolteachers and […]

Presentation for Virtual Cultural Heritage in Ireland

Last Thursday, Breffni teamed up with Rome expert Dr. Lynda Mulvin to give a presentation to the Virtual Cultural Heritage in Ireland’s first annual workshop: “The State-of the Art and Visions for the Future.” Virtual Cultural Heritage in Ireland’s Mission Statement reads: To capture the state of the art of, and develop fresh future visions […]

Inside Joycean Dublin

Back in January we did a pilot project for RTE and Trinity College called Inside Joycean Dublin. The project blends Joyce’s text with archival photos and records from 1904 (the year he eloped with Nora Barnacle), videos of scholars interpreting his work, and a host of interactive 3D elements – characters, maps, timelines and even […]

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 […]