This is a comprehensive documentation and recording of the Hawara Pyramid and Labyrinth that utilises virtual heritage technologies, including laser scanning, aerial survey and satellite imaging to reconstruct the historic site and its environmental and geological properties.
To preserve the historic site, our work involves the detailed and accurate analysis of the historic structure, its behaviour and response to geological and environmental changes. Digitally recording and virtually constructing a 3D model of the site are key aspects of this work.
HeritageCAVE is a comprehensive and multi-layered methodology that delay digital technology in recording and documenting historic sites, with overlaid datasets of historic narratives. The HeritageCAVE conceptual framework was developed by Professor Abdelmonem at Nottingham Trent University.
Planning and analysing site topographies, and environment with layered surveys to get the site accurately surveyed.
Bringing together several surveys and overlaying them together to build a detailed and accurate virtual model.