O creators of the famous videogame historical fiction Two years have passed studying meticulously all the stones of the cathedral portray it with the utmost precision. Something that you will need – in addition to economic resources – of detailed images and drawings of the cathedral that serve as restoration as faithful as possible.
It was on this Monday, April 15, 2019, that the Notre Dame cathedral suffered a fire what collapsed part of its structure. After the fire was extinguished and the specialist's report began to define the real cause of the accident, the reconstruction continues, which for now already has the help of more than EUR 300 million which will be available through a fund.
This is how the Ubisoft, Assassin's Creed Unity, which was launched on the market in 2014, becomes relevant every time its plot is developed in the city of Paris during the French Revolution.
Assassin's Creed: Unity It was released in 2014 and was the first game in the series in which many buildings and architectural monuments were recreated on a one-to-one scale. One of the artists who worked on creating the game, Caroline MiousseHe said he spent two years studying Notre Dame's appearance to each individual stone to portray it with the utmost precision.
Miousse took architecture photos and it was along with specialized artists of textures so that each block could be seen as it really was. In addition, he had the help of historians to know where each piece was at that time.
Although at that time the cathedral did not have the iconic needles, it was decided to include them in the title to make it a Realistic version for players.
In addition to the popular videogame, information collected by the art historian could also be used Andrew Tallon, which through the lasers, gathered information about the place to generate a 3D model of the cathedral in 2015, where I could scan the building have accurate measurements and position of each element.
"Mounted on a tripod, the laser beam runs through the choir of the cathedral, for example, and measures the distance between the scanner and each hit point. Each measure is represented by a dot of color, which creates a three-dimensional image of the cathedral in a cumulative way, "explains the profile of Tallon's work in the magazine National Geographic.
Both elements could be of great help to make real the words of the French president, who for now, has calmed the storm of criticism of his government with theNews that shocked the world last Monday