Digital Pantheon | Edition Topoi

Institutions

Universtität Bern (Phase I), Humboldt-Univesität zu Berlin (Phase II)

Keywords

Pantheon, 3d scanning, architectural geometry

Citation

Digital Pantheon, 2016, Gerd Graßhoff, Michael Heinzelmann , Markus Wäfler, Christian Berndt, Jon Albers, Oskar Kaelin, Bernd Kulawik, Ralph Rosenbauer, Nikolaos Theocharis, Michael Lustenberger , Bernhard Fritsch, Edition Topoi

Abstract

The Pantheon in Rome is a hallmark in ancient architecture. A comprehensive architectural survey has been undertaken by the Bern Digital Pantheon project under the direction of Gerd Graßhoff, Michael Heinzelmann and Markus Wäfler of Bern University from 2005-2008.

With support of the Excellence Cluster Topoi, Gerd Graßhoff has recomputed the digital model and prepared its data for long-time preservation and publication in this collection.

Description

The collection 'Digital Pantheon' is based on research data of the Bern Digital Pantheon project. This project - directed by Gerd Graßhoff, Michael Heinzelmann and Markus Wäfler of the University of Bern - created a digital 3d scan of the Pantheon in Rome using a laser scanner in several scanning campaigns in the years 2005 to 2008. On the basis of these data, the registered papers were published and the website www.digitalpantheon.ch established. Since 2010, this website is no longer being maintained.

The collection 'Digital Pantheon' is further processing the research data. It provides long-term archiving of the data, which has been further analysed within the framework of the Excellence Cluster TOPOI, and makes it available to interested researchers and the public.

Further information

G. Graßhoff, M. Heinzelmann, M. Wäfler (Hrsg.), Das Pantheon in Rom, Pantheon 1: Publikation eines internationalen Kolloquiums vom 9.-12.11.2006 an der Universität Bern, Bern Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, Bern, 2009

Research Group Phase 1

Gerd Graßhoff, Michael Heinzelmann , Markus Wäfler, Christian Berndt, Jon Albers, Oskar Kaelin, Bernd Kulawik, Ralph Rosenbauer, Nikolaos Theocharis, Michael Lustenberger

Research Group Phase 2

Gerd Graßhoff, Markus Wäfler, Bernhard Fritsch