4DRL Report Series
The 4D Research Lab Report Series (4DRL Report Series) is a journal that has been established as an instrument to promote transparency regarding the 4DRL virtual visualisation projects, workflow and pipeline development and technical experiments. The aim is to maximize knowledge sharing, meta- and paradata communication and clarification of author- and ownership of 4D Research Lab products.
4DRL Report Series 1 - Making 4D: principles and standards for virtual reconstruction in the humanities by the 4D Research Lab
4DRL Report Series 2 - The UNESCO Pressroom by Gerrit Rietveld: digital reconstruction for a study of colour use
4DRL Report Series 3 - The digital 3D reconstruction of the 18th c. Bloemstraat and Eerste Bloemdwarstraat
PRINCIPLES AND VISUALISATION STANDARDS
The 4D Research Lab values 'responsible' modelling, and adheres to internationally accepted principle documents such as the London Charter and the Sevilla principles.
4D Research Lab principles statement
An outline of our main principles and vision regarding the role of 3D modelling and visualisation in the study of the past.
Template for 3D visualisation projects and reports
Our work template that we use to structure the reports
Degrees of certainty for reconstructions
Our approach to dealing with uncertainty in 3D visualisation.