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3D modelling of the A Famosa fortress in Melaka, Malaysia

Izani, Mohamad and Bridges, A.H. and Grant, P.M. and Razak, A. and Rafi, A. (2010) 3D modelling of the A Famosa fortress in Melaka, Malaysia. In: 3rd International Euro-Mediterranean Conference (EuroMed 2010), 2005-11-08 - 2005-11-13.

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Abstract

This project paper presents an approach to developing the 3d model of A Famosa Faortress in Melaka, Malaysia. A traditional 3D modelling technique based on collected data was adopted. This method was adopted based on case studies of three comparable reconstruction projects namely Michelsberg synagogue, The Jewish Quarter in Regensburg and reconstruction of the old main church in Curitiba, Brazil.