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Peering Digitally into a Better Future on the Rez

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Carleton Resumes Recording and Conservation of Historic Earthen Architecture in Morocco

Faculty and students from Carleton’s Immersive...[more]


New Tools for Heritage Buildings

The application of new digital technologies for the documentation, performance, and rehabilitation of our architectural heritage is one of the ke...[more]


Three-dimensional Modelling

Stephen Fai and his team of graduate students at Car...[more]


Stephen Fai - Carleton University

Dr. Stephen Fai describes the research efforts of the Carleton Immersive Media Studio and its partnership with the Kitigan Zibi First Nation community.


Cultural Diversity and Material Imagination in Canadian Architecture

Cultural Diversity and Material Imagination in Canadian Architecture (CDMICA) addresses knowledge creation and mobilization for both the tangible and intangible qualities of our built heritage. Building on a record of collaborative research in the fields of heritage conservation, documentation, and digital archiving among our partners (Autodesk Canada, Canadian Centre for Architecture, Heritage Canada Foundation, IBM Canada, ICOMOS Canada Parks Canada, Public Works and Government Services Canada), CDMICA employs an innovative re-purposing of existing software and web technologies in a focused study that examines the ethno-cultural character of materials and methods of construction integral to Canada's heritage architecture.

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