THE REMINISCENCE OF AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK : study the past to understand the present and prepare for the future

Because the spark from which the future springs comes from the rediscovery of our deepest roots, the HUMANEUS Center invests an existing or barely discovered national archaeological framework (Pompeii, Karnak, Angkor, etc.) to extend it and present it in a unique way to the world.

Example Pompei

Physically and digitally reconstructing part or all an archaeological framework – just like it was at the time of its splendor – at human scale – allows the public and specialists to live a fantastic journey through the time and history of this place.
If in total immersion the visitor or the scientist can, in a reconstituted frame, see this archaeological space revive, observe the crowd of the past that wanders, perceive the ambient heat, the sounds, the movements, the scents that animate its alleys, to witness the very simple life that unfolds its procession of images, or, on the contrary, to witness significant historical events, then its understanding of the past of this place and its specific role will be extraordinarily strengthened.

Walking in the streets of the past is then possible, but it is therefore also possible to study the habits and customs, to observe the habitat and all other elements of daily life, to reconstruct the general appearance of individuals, their size, the way to dress, to behave, to exchange.
But also, the rituals and dances, the music, the Art, the iconography, the art of the table (the old and forgotten recipes are proposed by the starred restaurant of the Center HUMANEUS), everything that makes the life of a past time now resurfaces in the light and is presented to the simple visitor as to that of the historian, the archaeologist, the anthropologist, the student, or any other researcher.

This reconstitution is now possible thanks to new technologies like never.

HISTORY, MYTHOLOGY AND ARCHEOLOGY

The History (A/H) courses taught by the LEKTON school contain an archeology module. For study and research purposes, the institute creates missions for its students, one of which – in collaboration with host country institutions – is: the reminiscence of a historic setting and consists in reviving and extending an exceptional historic/archaeological framework that has a special significance for the nation hosting the HUMANEUS Center.

The HUMANEUS Center’s Cross-Reality Zone is the perfect place to do so in close partnership with the EIDÔLON production studio and all the other major executives of the LEIBNIZ Institute.

LIDAR

Archaeology 2.0 uses Lidar laser telemetry (Light, Detection And Ranging), to map part or all of a designated space. Starting from the base obtained through this process and by associating the new technologies of 3D image, capture and sound, but also life-size sets, holographic techniques, and the use of ancient practices of scenic illusion, it is a formidable immersion into the past and the history of a designated historic site that the HUMANEUS Center proposes through this first great experimental framework.

THE MODEL OF THE HUMANEUS CENTER: THE VIRTUOUS CIRCLE

To do this, the system of the virtuous circle of the HUMANEUS Center, its model of functioning, is implemented; it uses all the capabilities of the eight executives forming the LEIBNIZ Institute working in association with the Cross-Reality Zone : HOW IT WORKS to discover the virtuous circle and its system). This is done under the guidance of our qualified partners and all the specialized bodies of the nation hosting the HUMANEUS Center, in close collaboration with its designated research centers, schools and universities. Part of this work can also be presented at the very heart of the chosen archaeological framework to strengthen its attractiveness for the national and international public who will then find a preview of what he will discover during his visit to the HUMANEUS Center. The museum space of the HUMANEUS Center will complement the knowledge provided by the original site and its reconstruction within the Cross Reality Zone.
The multipurpose Cinema-Theatre will present original films, documentaries, plays, conferences, or any other elements relating to this chosen archaeological framework – specially made for this purpose, and that will allow the spectators to immerse themselves in the very heart of this past time.

The reminiscence of an archaeological framework opens an extraordinary field of research that leads to the development of thematic projects and the creation of new experimental frameworks – presented to the international public – that complement and extend the work and promotion of the designated archaeological/historic site.

LIDAR capture System

System of interaction of the frames of the LEIBNIZ Institute (virtuous circle) applied to the reminiscence of an archaeological framework.

Finally, the objective of the reminiscence of an archaeological setting is to propose a present writing of the past, the monumentalization 2.0 of an archaeological framework open to archaeological research and finds at the same time as being thrown into the high-tech universe of a virtual reality, joyful and accessible to the greatest number when it takes up the codes, patterns, modes, and particularities of the video game.

THE REMINISCENCE OF AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK : study the past to understand the present and prepare for the future

Because the spark from which the future springs comes from the rediscovery of our deepest roots, the HUMANEUS Center invests an existing or barely discovered national archaeological framework (Pompeii, Karnak, Angkor, etc.) to extend it and present it in a unique way to the world.

Example Pompei

Physically and digitally reconstructing part or all an archaeological framework – just like it was at the time of its splendor – at human scale – allows the public and specialists to live a fantastic journey through the time and history of this place.
If in total immersion the visitor or the scientist can, in a reconstituted frame, see this archaeological space revive, observe the crowd of the past that wanders, perceive the ambient heat, the sounds, the movements, the scents that animate its alleys, to witness the very simple life that unfolds its procession of images, or, on the contrary, to witness significant historical events, then its understanding of the past of this place and its specific role will be extraordinarily strengthened.

Walking in the streets of the past is then possible, but it is therefore also possible to study the habits and customs, to observe the habitat and all other elements of daily life, to reconstruct the general appearance of individuals, their size, the way to dress, to behave, to exchange.
But also, the rituals and dances, the music, the Art, the iconography, the art of the table (the old and forgotten recipes are proposed by the starred restaurant of the Center HUMANEUS), everything that makes the life of a past time now resurfaces in the light and is presented to the simple visitor as to that of the historian, the archaeologist, the anthropologist, the student, or any other researcher.

This reconstitution is now possible thanks to new technologies like never.

HISTORY, MYTHOLOGY AND ARCHEOLOGY

The History (A/H) courses taught by the LEKTON school contain an archeology module. For study and research purposes, the institute creates missions for its students, one of which – in collaboration with host country institutions – is: the reminiscence of a historic setting and consists in reviving and extending an exceptional historic/archaeological framework that has a special significance for the nation hosting the HUMANEUS Center.

The HUMANEUS Center’s Cross-Reality Zone is the perfect place to do so in close partnership with the EIDÔLON production studio and all the other major executives of the LEIBNIZ Institute.

LIDAR

Archaeology 2.0 uses Lidar laser telemetry (Light, Detection And Ranging), to map part or all of a designated space. Starting from the base obtained through this process and by associating the new technologies of 3D image, capture and sound, but also life-size sets, holographic techniques, and the use of ancient practices of scenic illusion, it is a formidable immersion into the past and the history of a designated historic site that the HUMANEUS Center proposes through this first great experimental framework.

THE MODEL OF THE HUMANEUS CENTER: THE VIRTUOUS CIRCLE

Walking the streets of the past is then possible, but it is also possible to study the habits and customs, to observe the habitat and all other elements of daily life, to reconstruct the general appearance of individuals, their size, the way they dress, behave, and communicate.

But rituals and dances, music, art, iconography, the art of the table (ancient and forgotten recipes are offered by the Michelin-starred restaurant in the Center’s agora), everything making up life in the past, also now resurfaces into the here and now and is presented to the eyes of the simple visitor as well as to the historian, the archaeologist, the anthropologist, the student, or any other researcher.

To do this, the system of the virtuous circle of the HUMANEUS Center, its model of functioning, is implemented; it uses all the capabilities of the eight executives forming the LEIBNIZ Institute working in association with the Cross-Reality Zone : HOW IT WORKS to discover the virtuous circle and its system). This is done under the guidance of our qualified partners and all the specialized bodies of the nation hosting the HUMANEUS Center, in close collaboration with its designated research centers, schools and universities. Part of this work can also be presented at the very heart of the chosen archaeological framework to strengthen its attractiveness for the national and international public who will then find a preview of what he will discover during his visit to the HUMANEUS Center. The museum space of the HUMANEUS Center will complement the knowledge provided by the original site and its reconstruction within the Cross Reality Zone.
The multipurpose Cinema-Theatre will present original films, documentaries, plays, conferences, or any other elements relating to this chosen archaeological framework – specially made for this purpose, and that will allow the spectators to immerse themselves in the very heart of this past time.

The reminiscence of an archaeological framework opens an extraordinary field of research that leads to the development of thematic projects and the creation of new experimental frameworks – presented to the international public – that complement and extend the work and promotion of the designated archaeological/historic site.

LIDAR capture System

System of interaction of the frames of the LEIBNIZ Institute (virtuous circle) applied to the reminiscence of an archaeological framework.

Finally, the objective of the reminiscence of an archaeological setting is to propose a present writing of the past, the monumentalization 2.0 of an archaeological framework open to archaeological research and finds at the same time as being thrown into the high-tech universe of a virtual reality, joyful and accessible to the greatest number when it takes up the codes, patterns, modes, and particularities of the video game.