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Archeology, heritage and 3D technologies have been at the heart of Archeovision’s activity since 1993.

Since then, we have been working closely with industry and innovative companies to experiment with new devices and find their interest in researching or valuing our past.

Whether in the fields of modeling (rendering, BIM, SIG3D), scanning (lasergrammetry, photogrammetry, SLAM) or visualization (collaborative systems, VR, AR), we are continually looking for new solutions to bring to our partners and customers the most relevant and innovative solutions.

Communities, research centers, universities, museums, archaeological sites …

We support you throughout your project, both in your research or expertise issues as in those of promotion or scientific mediation.

The double structuring of Archeovision (a public laboratory / private structure) allows us to respond effectively, appropriately and with rigor to all requests from heritage and archeology professionals.

Our strong and strategic point is that all 3D projects considered or initiated by Archeovision are led by researchers or heritage professionals.

Priority is always given to scientific objectives and the promotion of knowledge, the only way to escape the technological bluff.

Thanks to this positioning, the biggest institutions have trusted us and we have participated in more than one hundred projects, both national and international.

In recognition of our work, the CNRS, through the TGIR Huma-Num, asked Archeovision to be a pilot and coordinate the Consortium 3D SHS (2014/2021), as well as to operate, always as part of the 3D Consortium, the Conservatoire National des Données 3D for Huma-Num.

Archeovision Production is ISO9001 certified since 2013 for all its management, legal, administrative and financial activities.

It brings neutrality and rigor in its exchanges with its customers.

Located in the heart of Bordeaux campus and Bordeaux Montaigne University, we have, in addition to our production platform, a virtual reality center dedicated to 3D projects (a room with 100 seats with stereoscopic projection on 8m screen).

In Archeovision / Archeovision Production they trust

Universités – CNRS

Université Bordeaux Montaigne / Université de Bordeaux / Université d’Evry / Université Paris Nanterre / Université Paris-Sorbonne (Paris-IV) / Université François Rabelais, Tours / Université du Mirail et Paul Sabatier / Université de Montpellier / Université d’Haiffa, Israël / Université de Liège, Belgique / UMR 5060 IRAMAT CRP2A / USR 3155 IRAA / UMR 5199 PACEA / UMR 5608 Traces / UMR 5607 Ausonius / UMR 8533 IDHES / UMR 8167 Orient et Méditerranée / Ecole Française de Rome / INRIA / LaBRI/ USR 3103 CNRS INHA, Unité In Visu/ UMR7302 CESM/ USR 3172 CFEETK/


Musée Rodin, Paris / Musée d’Aquitaine, Bordeaux / Musée de Vienne, Vienne / Musée du Louvre / Musée du Louvre-Lens / Musée d’Art et d’Histoire de Genève / Musée Vesuna, Périgueux / Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Cabinet des Médailles / Musée-Prieuré, Ville de Mimizan/Musée Bardo à Dax/

Public institutions, territories and private actors

Conseil Général de la Gironde / Région Nouvelle-Aquitaine / Région Pays de la Loire / Conseil Régional d’Indre-et-Loire / Conseil Général de la Charente / Ville de Bordeaux / DRAC Nouvelle-Aquitaine / DRAC Poitou-Charentes / Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication / INRAP / CAUE de Dordogne / Communauté de communes des 4B Sud Charente / Communauté de communes Moutierrois-Talmondais / Entreprise HADES / Entreprise Atemporelle / Société Immersion / Entreprise SNBR / Entreprise Cazenave / Entreprise Icanfly / Entreprise Skybirdsview / Entreprise Cheminées Martranchard / Entreprise Archeodunum /Holoforge Interactive/

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