Many people stand in front of historical buildings like The Pyramids, Coliseum and The Great Wall of China and wonder at how these buildings have been built?
The Researchers of Architecture can put conceptualizations for historical buildings design through architecture theories and space exploit.
With technological advancements, the specialists began to create designing programs for architecture like 3D max, AutoCAD, Rhino, grasshopper and BIM software like Revit. As soon as this programs were developed, the researchers in historical buildings were capable of discovering theories about the old building.
These programs contributed in preserving digital heritage, and it is possible to transfer design into virtual reality and make a leap of digital media which may reflect on Cartoon, Animation and Cinema.
Add to that, the researchers can explore the builders’ mobility according to theories of buildings and wall paintings in them, so robots can be used in building operations in the same manner to imitate these theories.
Furthermore, the digital fabrication can be used in transferring extinct creatures into reality this could be beneficial in science fiction movies.
It is available to collect different periods characteristics and assemble them into an interacting or fight scenes in documentary films that cost millions of dollars.
All these things help Archeologists in their missions to put conceptualization for ancient people’s daily life and shape of buildings, outfits and means of transport that were painted on pottery and coins sides, sculptures that support important buildings.
There are many aspects of historical buildings like landscapes and constructions that were destroyed because of wars and time factors, the visualization manages to conceptualize constructions and archeological sites and other ancient landscape.
This is indeed, an interesting topic not only imagine the life in the past but also live and touch it. So it doesn’t become limited to visit museums and archeological sites. This is the role of computational design in historical buildings.