Martin Blazeby

Martin Blazeby


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Biographical details

Martin Blazeby is a core member of King's Visualisation Lab (KVL) located in the Department of Digital Humanities. His main area of research focuses on architectural and archaeological visualisations of heritage sites. Martin has assisted with excavations at the BSA in Greece and has conducted on site research at Pompeii. His 3D illustrations have been featured in numerous books, articles and online publications; he has also produced interactive museum exhibits in the UK and his visualisations have been displayed in exhibitions around the world and featured on television documentaries.

Research interests

Martin has worked on many research initiatives including THEATRON, a virtual-reality-based teaching and research tool in theatre history funded by the European Commission. The Skenographia project, an analysis of theatre stage sets depicted in Pompeiian wall paintings, funded by the Leverhulme Trust. The Olpontis project, an interactive visualisation of the largest and most sumptuous Roman villa ever to be discovered, funded by the NEH and Leverhulme Trust and the Roman Villa at Boscoreale visualisation projectfunded by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.  


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