The newly funded multidisciplinary research project MUSIEKE investigates the perceptibility and visibility of cultural heritage in multiple dimensions in urban, landscape, museum and virtual spaces. Three-dimensional (3D) data acquisition, processing, modeling and web-based visualization & analysis will provide fundamental input to the derivation and explanation of complex causal relationships of cultural heritage in time and space. Case study will be the roman city of Ladenburg. The project is funded within the research bridge Nature, Technology and Society (NTS) of the HEiKA – Heidelberg Karlsruhe Research Partnership.
- Prof. Christian Witschel, Seminar für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik; Heidelber Center for Cultural Heritage (HCCH), Heidelberg University
- Prof. Caroline Y. Robertson von Trotha, Centre for Cultural and General Studies (ZAK), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
- Jun.-Prof. Dr. Bernhard Höfle, Prof. Dr. Alexander Zipf, Institute of Geography, GIScience, Heidelberg University
- Prof. Stefan Hinz & Dr. Thomas Vögtle, Institute of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (IPF), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
- Dr. Hubert Mara, FCGL – Forensic Computational Geometry Laboratory, IWR, Heidelberg University
- Dr. Ralf Schneider, Center of Digital Tradition (CODIGT), Centre for Cultural and General Studies (ZAK), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)