Could Assassin's Creed assist in the rebuild of Notre Dame?

Started by Æon, Apr 16, 2019, 10:49 PM

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Æon

So a number of news outlets are commenting about how Assassin's Creed Unity might be an unexpected valuable resource during the reconstruction of the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris which was gutted by devastating fire that also consumed the wooden roof and iconic spire. Instead of linking to those articles (which hardly have anything of substance), I will link you to the original interview article in the Verge from 2014:

https://www.theverge.com/2014/10/31/7132587/assassins-creed-unity-paris

Caroline Miousse, a senior level artist for the game, spent 2 years studying Notre Dame alone, spending 80% of her time modeling the cathedral in 3D, fussing over details to the point of making sure every brick was where it should be.


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