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Citadel of Bam, Iran: News
To memorize the 10th anniversary, and the completion of the main part of 3D models, international symposium 2014
and exhibition was held at Tehran University.
was updated to include new data from the recent progress of our research.
Just before the 5th anniversary of the earthquake, a new Website Bam3DCG
is released for the dissemination of research results. Some video can be seen from Virtual Reality
This project was introduced in NHK Ohayo Nippon (December 26, 2007) with the title "Iran, a historical site is being reconstructed by CG."
We received 32 pictures from France that were taken before the earthquake.
In NHK General TV program, May 4 (Thu) 18:10-18:39, the project will be introduced in SOS from World Heritage
We received 24 pictures from Japan taken before the earthquake. We also added 43 pictures taken when the DSR team visited Bam on September 2005.
We received 18 pictures from Japan, and the image collection exceeded one hundred pictures.
We received 24 pictures from Japan.
The activity related to this web site was introduced by NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) in a special TV program about UNESCO world heritage.
A new movie (1 item) and photographs (14 items) have arrived from Czech. In particular, the movie is a great work whose length is more than 5 minutes. Please have a look.
We added 5 pictures. The policy for the maintenance of data is also described more clearly.
We added 27 pictures from contributors. We are still in need for the contribution of the photographs.
We added two pictures contributed from various people and organizations. We are still in need for the contribution of the photographs.
We added eight pictures contributed from various people and organizations. We are still in need for the contribution of the photographs.
Earthquake occurred near Bam, Iran, and the Citadel of Bam was almost completely collapsed.
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