Media Featuring the City Reconstruction

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Focus Storia. Issue 118 August 2016.

This was a double page spread of the aerial view of the city from the v.1 model, re-rendered using new settings.

 

Ancient Mysteries. (2016).

S1 E5 | King Tut’s Tomb: The Hidden Chamber | Documentary | Channel 5

Updated aerial animation from the Amarna V.1 model

Opera by Philip Glass. Semi-stage version. | conductor Dante Anzolini | video direction Luca Scarzella | set and lights Gianni Carluccio | photos Andrea Micheli |singers: Rupert Enticknap, Gabriella Sborgi, Valentina Valente, Giuseppe Naviglio, Mauro Borgioni, Marcello Nardis | actor Walter Malosti|orchestra and chorus by Teatro Regio, Turin MiTo Settembre Musica – 13 september Auditorium del Lingotto, Turin – 15 september Teatro Strehler, Milan Auditorium del Lingotto, Turin – Teatro Strehler, Milan

Information on the performance can be found here and the programme can be downloaded here.

The video sequence used during the performance included a number of images taken from both the v.1 and new version of the city. The sequence was edited by Luca Scarzella of Studio Vertov.

 

 

Docherty, Paul. “Il Quartiere Dei Palazzi E Dei Santuari Di Aton.” Armijo, Teresa. National Geographic Storica. Issue 71 January 2015. 44-45.

This was a double page spread of the aerial view of the city from the v.1 model.

 

Docherty, Paul. “El Distrito De Los Palacios Y Los Santuarios De Aton.” Armijo, Teresa. National Geographic Historia. Issue 127 July 2014. 42-43.

This was a double page spread of the aerial view of the city from the v.1 model.

Docherty, Paul. “Akhetaton La Ciutat Del Sol.” Rotger, Agnes. Gonzalvez, Luis Manuel. Sapiens, Descobreix La Teva Historia. Issue 93 July 2010. 52-53.

This was a double page spread of six views of the city from the v.1 model including a previously unreleased aerial angle of the city. Unfortunately I was not credited in the magazine. They did apologise and offer to post a notice in the following issue.

Engineering an Empire: Egypt. (2006). History Channel.

Sequence flying over the city. Original air date October 9, 2006

Engineering an Empire received critical acclaim with the premiere “Rome” winning two Emmys after being nominated in four categories.

 

Digging for the Truth: Nefertiti: The Mummy Returns. (2005). History Channel.

This was a short animated sequence flying over the city. It was broadcast on the History Channel then released as part of the DVD series Digging for The Truth Season One.

Docherty, Paul. “Amarna Royal Key.” Elemental 1. 2004. Ballistic Publishing. 166.

Titled the world’s best Discreet [Autodesk] Art. Three aerial views of the city from the v.1 model.

 

Docherty, Paul. “Amarna Royal Key.” 3D World Magazine. Issue?? c.2003

3D World magazine were the first to publish an aerial view of the city from the v.1 model. This was circa 2003 I believe but I need to verify.

 

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