Discussion Group: Interactive Historic Landscapes

Wednesday 4th September, 7:30pm in the Library Meeting Room

September’s Discussion Group topic will be Interactive Historic Landscapes presented by Roy Canham and Ritchie Brown. This is an exciting new project which will allow us to create 3D representations and interpretations of the landscape through time, based on LIDAR, aerial photographs, maps, and other data.

The above image, of burial mounds near Winsley recorded by Rev Skinner, is an example of the sort of detail we need to include in our project. We plan to examine every parish in the Bradford Hundred and summarise the main points of interest.

Do come along to find out more about the work done so far, and what’s next.

Discussion Group covers a wide range of subjects, and if you haven’t been along to a session yet, do try it out.

The meetings take place on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30pm in the Library Meeting Room, and are FREE to members (please remember to bring your membership card!).  Non-members can attend one session before being asked to join.  If you know of someone who isn’t a member, do bring them along – it’s a great introduction to the Museum.  View the full programme for 2019.

If you would like to volunteer to give a talk to Discussion Group in 2020, please contact Kate Turnbull at turnbullke@googlemail.com.

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