Lviv residents are digitising cultural monuments to protect them from oblivion
The Skeiron team has created a 3D model of the Mariupol drama theatre destroyed by the russians. The development of digital images of the theatre’s interior and the central part of Mariupol is underway.
“For this purpose, Skeiron is collecting pre-war photos and videos,” said Andrii Hryvniak, coordinator of the #SaveMariupolHeritage project, at a briefing in the Media Centre Ukraine-Lviv.
“There is still a long way to explore the interior. So far, we don’t have funding, and we’re trying to improve the project ourselves. In the future, if we have the opportunity, we can reproduce the interiors in more detail to recreate all this through different game environments,” says Andrii Hryvniak, coordinator of the #SaveMariupolHeritage project.
In addition to Mariupol, the team is creating 3D models of other architectural monuments in Ukraine. According to Yurii Prepodobnyi, coordinator of the #SaveUkrainianHeritage project, Skeiron has already digitised more than 40 3D objects in Lviv, Kyiv, Khmelnytskyi, Volyn, Vinnytsia, and Chernivtsi regions. The most time-consuming work so far has been digitising the model of Chernivtsi University, which the team has been working on for several months.
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