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High Dynamic Range Display of Authentically Illuminated Byzantine Art

 Eva Zányi, Yiorgos Chrysanthou, Tom Bashford-Rogers, Alan Chalmers
  4th-Jun-2016
Description: The Byzantine empire was an alliance of a vast numbers of cultures, and grew out of the Eastern Roman Empire. It lasted for more than 1100 years until 1453 when the Turks occupied Constantinople, the capital. Despite the manifold of different cultures within the Byzantine Empire, a common architecture and sacred art style developed. During Byzantine times, Cyprus followed closely the art and cultural trends of the capital, Constantinople, with especially high-quality art.
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Domain: Electronics
Category: Photo
Contributing Organization: University of Warwick
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Contents:
The 8th International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
VAST (2007)
D. Arnold, F. Niccolucci, A. Chalmers (Editors)

High Dynamic Range Display of Authentically Illuminated
Byzantine Art from Cyprus
Eva Zányi1 , Yiorgos Chrysanthou2 , Tom Bashford-Rogers1 and Alan Chalmers1
1 Warwick

Digital Laboratory, WMG, University of Warwick, UK
of Computer Science, Unive ... See more

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