[photo above] Violet bison repainted in black, Pasiega cave, Cantabria, Spain
Introduction to Paleolithic Arts in Northern Spain
Asturias | Cantabria | Viscaya | Guipscoa
Photo Report on Hugo Obermaier-Gesellschaft Congress on Prehistory
Santander Congress, Spain, 2003 | Neuchatel Congress, Switzerland, 2005
PhotoVR multimedia database "Paleolithic Arts in Northern Spain" DVD-ROM On Demand Edition released
3D movies in Anaglyph
- Rodin "The Monument to the Burghers of Calais":
CG animation by Ikeuchi Laboratory, University of Tokyo, Cooperated by National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo.
- WMV anaglyph 3D movie (320x240, 4.5MB)
- WMV anaglyph 3D movie (640x480, 10MB)
- QuickTime anaglyph 3D movie (320x240, 4.5MB)
- QuickTime anaglyph 3D movie (640x480, 10MB)
3D movies in Anaglyph
- Rodin "The Gates of Hell" and "Thinker".
- WMV anaglyph 3D movie (320x240, 6MB)
- WMV anaglyph 3D movie (640x480, 25MB)
- QuickTime anaglyph 3D movie (320x240, 6MB)
- QuickTime anaglyph 3D movie (640x480, 25MB)
- "Traditional Doll Play of Hachiohji City" : Cooperated by Hachiohji City.
- "Coelacanth from Tanzania" : (c)Tokyo Institute of Technology, Dept. of Biological Science.
- "Fishes" : Cooperated by Marin Museum of Tokai University.
- "Mt.Takaosan Yakuouin": Cooperated by Hachiohji City.
- "Challenging City Hachouji" : Cooperated by Hachiohji City.
- "Oviedo" : 3DHD Slide show by Texnai
- "Paleolithic Cave Arts in Northern Spain" : 2D/3D converted 3DHD Slide show by Texnai
The Muse was originally launched for introducing the achievements of the digital archiving activities of Texnai, Tokyo.
Texnai is an imaging system oriented company located in the center of Tokyo, but for the recent 9-10 years, Texnai has been involved in digital archiving projects mainly regarding human heritages as well as in a couple of related technical developments.
For example, after the first shooting in Mayan temples in Yucatá:n, 1996, we completed the development of a computer controlled 2-axis rotator that was designed for creating QTVR object movies, and in 1998, we had an opportunity to execute PhotoVR shooting in the Norh Spain to create a multimedia database of the Paleolithic Arts including the Cave Arts and the Mobil Arts. And in the mean time, we realized that many unsolved questions are still existing even among the specialists such as where those Mayan peoples came from, and by whom and for what those wall paints were created and why no venus statue can be found in the south of Pyrenees. Taking advantage of the internet and through this web-site, we wish we could have a chance to exchange opinions on such kind of mysteries in the human history.
Most contents shown in this web-site now are therefore created by Texnai, but many other peoples are welcome to join this site. Anybody who is interested in digital archives can contact us.
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