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.Hadrian’s Wall: A UK first Published duration 20 April 2018

image copyright University of Leicester image caption Hadrian’s Wall is considered to be the best preserved example of a Roman fort in northern England

A three-dimensional model of the world’s first great Roman wall has been built at the University of Leicester.

It is the first model of Hadrian’s Wall in the UK, the first time its design has been replicated in three dimensions.

The work was done by experts from the university’s School of Computing and Digital Media and the British Museum, with help from a public money crowdfunding campaign.

Prof Kevin Williams, director of the university’s archaeological learning centre, said the model was “hugely important”.

“For the first time, we know exactly what the wall is like, so we can imagine the conditions of life in the Roman military camp and for the people on the other side of it,” he said.

“It will enable people to immerse themselves in the wall and get a feeling of what it would have been like to be there.

“It’s also the first time that any part of the wall has been replicated in three dimensions.

“This project is a great example of the way that digital technologies can be used to illuminate the past, while also being accessible to the public.”

image copyright University of Leicester image caption People can be transported along the length of the wall, with each building digitised from a photograph

It is one of a series of projects by the Learning and Teaching Innovation Research Centre, based at the university.

The wall at the university, which is built in concrete, stands almost 9m (30ft) high and stretches for about 20 miles (32km) across Northumberland, where it is made of stone.

The project was started in 2016 and involved engineers at the university creating models of the wall using the computer software Rhinoceros.

The team used aerial photographs of the site to construct the model, with the contours then digitised using the software’s powerful surface-mapping tools.

The next step was for the models to be created as 3D files on a computer, which a team of “wrap makers” who reconstructed them using traditional techniques such as string and papier mache.

The wall was then “wrapped” – a technique used by the BBC to create maps for broadcasts such as Top Gear – to give the final three-
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