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Virtual Meccano: The Creation of Virtual Joints to Explore Vernacular Timber-framed Construction Methods of the Late Medieval Period (c1400-1530) Paperback – 3 May 2010
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About the Author
This Masters paper (MSc) acts as a prelude to my PhD thesis based on late-medieval timber-framed buildings in Hampshire. The results of much of my research is available on my website www.medievalarchitecture.net.
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5 August 2010
This paper is well written and aimed at both the researching academic and the interested layman. I am currently studying medieval architecture and found this a useful and interesting study that applies a modern approach to an ancient method of construction. The 3D models are fantastic and well rendered. They give a different perspective of how a joint fits and works within a structure. I have been to one of the author's talks before and seeing the models in motion fully brought home the capacity of this application within the field of buildings conservation and study. As he is currently finishing a PhD I am sure that this academic will be a name to look out for in future publications.
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