Publications

Publications on 3D modeling/4D research Lab:

Lulof, P.S. ‘The Art of Reconstruction and the Image of Power’, in C. Chiaramonte Treré, G. Bagnasco Gianni & F. Chiesa (eds.), Interpretando l'antico. Scritti di archeologia offerti a Maria Bonghi Jovino (Quaderni di ACME, 134), Milan 2012, 111-130.

Lulof, P.S. ‘Archeologia dell’architettura antica. Ricostruire edifici templari da contesti dell’Italia centrale e processi di modellazione 4D’, in L’Archeologia olandese in Italia , Forma Urbis XIX, no. 9, settembre 2014, 28-29.

Lulof, P.S. ‘Networks and Workshops. Construction of temples at the dawn of the Roman Republic’, in J. Delaine et al. (ed.), `Man-made materials, Engineering and Infrastructure (5th International workshop on the Archaeology of Roman Construction: Arqueologia de la Construcción V., 11-12 April 2015, University of Oxford, Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies, 331-342.

Lulof, P.S./L. Opgenhaffen/M.S. Sepers, 2013: ‘The Art of Reconstruction. Documenting the process of 3D modeling: some preliminary results’, in A.C. Addison/G. Guidi/L. De Luca/S. Pescarin (eds.), Proceedings of the 2013 Digital Heritage International Congress (DigitalHeritage), Volume 1, Marseille, 333-337.

Opgenhaffen, L./M. Revello Lami/I. Kisjes, 2016: ‘Pottery goes digital. 3D laser scanning technology and the study of archaeological ceramics’, in Proceedings of the 43rd Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference ‘Keep the Revolution Going’ (CAA, 30 March – 3 April 2015), University of Siena, Siena, Oxford, 421-432.

Noordegraaf, J.J., L. Opgenhaffen, N. Bakker, 2016: ‘Cinema Parisien 3D 3D Visualisation as a Tool for Studying the History of Cinema-going’, Alphaville Journal of Film and Screen Media 11 (Summer 2016), 45-61.

Opgenhaffen, L. E-poster with M.S. Sepers: ‘The Art of Reconstruction’, on The Golden Age of Tarquinius. A Paradigm Shift?, 7-9 November 2013, Rome.

Opgenhaffen, L., 2014: ‘Virtuele archeologie en het 4D Research Lab: resultaten en reflecties’, TMA 52, 15-20.

Opgenhaffen, L. Poster presentation with M.H. Sepers. ‘3D modelling: Crossing traditional boundaries between different research areas’ at conference 3D-ARCH 2015, 3D Virtual Reconstruction and Visualization of Complex Architectures, Ávila, Spain, 25-27 February.

Opgenhaffen, L./M.H. Sepers, 2015: ‘3D modelling: Crossing traditional boundaries between different research areas’, The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Vol. XL-5/W4, 411-414.

(Conference) Papers on 3D modeling:

Lulof, P.S. ‘Temples in Archaic Central Italy. Architecture, decoration and diffusion (550-450)’ (Seminar series Etruscan and Latial sanctuaries, Oxford 19 May 2014).

Lulof, P.S. ‘Experimental modelling in Rome’, E-Rome NIAS>, Wassenaar 4-5 March, 2015.

Lulof, P.S. ‘Virtual Heritage: exploring 4D modeling and publication’, V-Must, Brussels 12-13 March 2015.

Lulof, P.S. ‘Biographies of Buildings. Digital applications in studying transformation processes in Archaic Temples’, Wolfson Lecture. Wolfson College Oxford, April 10 2015.

Lulof, P.S. ‘Reconstruction of temples at the dawn of the Roman Republic. The discovery of Chaîne Opératoire and ancient building techniques’, Workshop held at NIAS, Wassenaar, 9-10 June 2015.

Lulof, P.S. The Acquarossa Memory Project: Reconstruction an Etruscan Town, ACHI Annual Meeting with Prof. Aleida Assmann, Amsterdam 27 September 2017.

Opgenhaffen, L. ‘More than aesthetics: 3D modelling and scientific data representation. 3D modelleren als onderzoeksmethode en de rol van de 3D modelleerder’, CAA Netherlands - Flanders chapter meeting, 22-23 Octobre, Amsterdam.

Opgenhaffen, L. ‘More than meets the eye. Integrating axial symmetry analysis and surface macrotraces characterization for investigating wheel-fashioning methods’, co-authored with M. Revello Lami, I. Kisjes, EAA Annual Meeting, 2-5 September 2015, Glasgow.

Opgenhaffen, L. ‘From potsherds to interactive objects. Reconstructing ancient potting techniques and engaging the public through 3D technologies’, co-authored with M. Louwaard, I. Kisjes, M. Revello Lami, EAA Annual Meeting, 2-5 September 2015, Glasgow.

Opgenhaffen, L. ‘More than aesthetics: 3D modelling and scientific data representation’, workshop ‘Digitizing visual memories in architecture: Rome and Amsterdam’, held at the NIAS, 9-10 June 2015, Wassenaar..

Opgenhaffen, L. ‘Pottery goes digital. 3D laser scanning technology and the study of archaeological ceramics’, co-authored with M. Revello Lami and I. Kisjes, Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference (CAA, 30 March – 3 April 2015), University of Siena, Siena.

Opgenhaffen, L. with M.S. Sepers: ‘The Art of Reconstruction. Documentingthe process of 3D modeling: some preliminary results’, Digital Heritage International Congress 2013, 28 October-1 November 2013, Marseille.