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Pande, Preeti
Languages: English
Types: Doctoral thesis
Subjects: N1, NX
A world heritage site consists of cultural, archaeological and historic site which includes\ud monuments, buildings, lake, forest and geographical structures as well as cities which have significance importance. UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural\ud Organisation) believes that many Cultural and historic sites provide immeasurable benefits to\ud mankind as they can be used to contribute the growth in tourism and raise the local culture hence it should be protected and maintained at all costs. This research describes a study, which aims to generate and visualize the creation of 3D Saltaire World Heritage Site involving models of historical building and surrounding place.\ud \ud \ud The study will explain the 3D Digital presentation of Saltaire structure and models of salt Mill, Saltaire church and village including environment.\ud \ud \ud This research describes contextual collaboration between history of Saltaire World Heritage Site and presenting it in Digital Design. The descriptive goal of this research is to identify and document the critical condition for the past of 19th century and present environment at saltaire.
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    • 4.1 Background Study 4.1.1 History of Saltaire and Sir Titus Salt 4.1.2 Industrial Surroundings of Saltaire in 1850's 4.1.3 Environment Condition of Saltaire in 1850's 4.1.4 Machinery in Textile production in 1850's 4.1.5 Economic importance of Saltaire for Textile 4.2 Saltaire Site Analysis 4.2.1 Site Visit 4.2.2 Contemporary Records 4.2.3 Collection of Data
    • 5.0 Methodology 5.1 Digital Design: 3D Modelling of Saltaire 5.1.1 Introduction 5.1.2 Approach to Design 5.1.3 Phases of Design Modelling 5.1.4 Concept Sketches and Development 5.1.5 Modelling Process 5.1.6 Visualisation 5.1.7 Data Editing
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