Dr. Lindsay Cook: "Restoring Notre-Dame: A Look at the Digital Scans That Could Help""

September 13, 2019

Dr. Lindsay Cook, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art, Vassar College

Starting in 2010, the late architectural historian Andrew Tallon used 3-D laser scanning technology and high-resolution panoramic photography to create a near-complete digital record, inside and out, of Notre-Dame of Paris, one of the world’s most celebrated structures. Professor Cook presents an overview of Tallon’s achievement and discusses its contribution to the rebuilding of this beloved cathedral in the wake of the tragic fire of April 2019.


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