Digital technologies play an increasingly significant role in large, complex heritage documentation projects such as the one under way for the Parliament Buildings National Historic Site of Canada. Research at the Carleton Immersive Media Studio is investigating how the data created by these technologies can play a direct role in restoration work.
This lecture will examine a series of projects where digital technologies augmented traditional craft in the repair of stone carvings on the East and West Block.
Click here for a short video presentation by James Hayes regarding the role of technology in rehabilitation of the West Block.
James Hayes is a PhD candidate and lecturer at Carleton University’s Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism.
The Lecture is free and there is no need to pre-register.