Rosslyn Chapel is a 15th century medieval stone chapel located in Roslin, Midlothian Scotland. It is internationally renowned for its mixture of ornate…
Author: Douglas Pritchard
Douglas Pritchard ... Douglas Pritchard is the Director of the Centre for Digital Documentation and Visualisation (CDDV) and Head of Visualisation at the Glasgow School of Art. His primary area of interest is in immersive visualisation and documentation technology in relation to heritage, architecture and urban planning. As a Director of the Centre, Douglas is responsible for the development and delivery of both commercial and research projects. Douglas is currently directing the Scottish 10 project - an ambitious five-year project to use cutting edge technology to create exceptionally accurate digital models of Scotland's five UNESCO designated World Heritage Sites and five international ones in order to better conserve and manage them. In May 2010 he led the Scottish 10 team at Mount Rushmore National Memorial. Douglas is a graduate architect from the University of Manitoba, a member of the CyArk Foundation, City of Glasgow Urban Design Panel and the Academy of Urbanism. In 2008 he presented the Urban Model for Glasgow project at 11th International Architecture Exhibition, Venice Architectural Biennale. He has spoken at numerous international conferences with the work with Historic Scotland has been featured in the New York Times, The Guardian and Toronto Star.
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Volume 13 Issue 1 // February 2023